As you know, I am a huge fan of musicals and overall of Broadway. It has been a part of me for many, many, many years and I always look out for more musicals to listen to. 2019 has been a great year and I ended up with four new favourites, which I’ll now talk about a bit more, and one I always loved but have been listening to a lot in last year. But after all, I am a book blogger…
So that’s why I’ll be recommending one book which is in some ways similar to each musicals I loved back in 2019!
(I listened to many more, some old favs as well, some new ones, but those five are the ones that I immediately think of when someone asks me what did I love listening to last year.)
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I am back with my last part of my winter recommendations! For every season I recommend a few books, each separated in three parts. I did it for summer (contemporary, fantasy and classics), autumn (cosy, spooky and academic moods) and now I did it with winter. The first part was about books to read on a snow day and the second part was about books to read to feel joyful!
Now I’m here with the third and final part: three books to read this winter if you want to read more classics!
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I am back with my recommendations for Winter! I know I’m a bit late, I haven’t posted in a while and I don’t really have any excuses. I’ve been very busy and somehow very anxious, which prevented me from doing anything. Writing this I’m still anxious but I wanted to force myself to do something in hope to get me out of this mess. So, I’m back!
Without further ado, here are three books to read this winter to feel joyful!
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During summer and autumn I wrote three different blog posts recommending you three different books according to a different mood, as we are all different and looking for many different things as the seasons go by. I decided to keep writing those and for this winter I’ll recommend you three books to read on a snow day, three books to read to feel like in a cheesy Christmas movie and three books to keep reading classics.
Without further ado, here are three books to read cozied up at home while it’s snowing outside!
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Now that December started I can finally post all my wintery and christmassy blog posts, though it is not winter yet. I always adored this time of year and end up being even cheesier than I usually am.
To kick off the jolly season, let me start by presenting you five books on my wish list which would be perfect for the month!
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I am not American nor Canadian, and therefor I do not celebrate Thanksgiving. But as I am only talking with English speaking bookworms, I have been seeing this holiday everywhere and thought I, too, could write a little bit of something for it.
This is why I am giving you today five books I’m thankful for!
All the images for the aesthetics have been found on Pinterest.
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I am finally writing the last part of my Autumn recommendations!
For some people, Fall rhymes with cosy times and for others it goes with everything spooky. But October also is all about school and overall an academic mood. We’re usually still motivated to rock at school because it only started a month ago, and we want to learn everything we can.
Whether you’re still at school/university or not, here are three books to read if you are in an studious mood (and therefor want to read more classics).
Continue reading Three books to read this Autumn | Part 3, academic mood 📙🎃