Here we go back with my seasonal recommendations! During summer I wrote three recommendations posts, one with contemporary books, another one with fantasy novels and a last one with classics. I decided to go with moods for Autumn as we all have a different one at this time of the year: those who want to get cosy, those who want to get spooked and those who want to study all day every day.
Without further ado, here are three books to read this Autumn if you are in a cosy mood!
Continue reading Three books to read this Autumn | Part 1, cosy mood 🌧🍂
Over the past month I’ve been nominated not only once, but twice, for the Liebster Award. Needless to say I’m incredibly grateful! I’ve been nominated by two amazing book bloggers who are Noémie and Marta, and I would highly recommend for you all to go and read what they are writing. I’m following both and have been loving all their blog posts and recommendations! Thank you again, girls!
Without further ado, let’s answer some questions for the Liebster Award!
Continue reading Bookish tattoos and my favourite tv show | The Liebster Award 🌰🍂
At the end of July the sweet Alexandra @ Reading by Starlight nominated me for the Sunshine Blogger Award and it made me the happiest! I still can’t believe people actually think of my blog from time to time and I’m extremely honoured to be nominated, though it took me a long time to write this blog post. The biggest thank you to Alexandra for this honour, and please check out her blog!
Anywho, here is my contribution to the Sunshine Blogger Award!
Continue reading My Peter Parker playlist and my fictional team | The Sunshine Blogger Award 🍁 🍄
As a white straight (though on the ace spectrum) cisgender woman, I always felt represented in literature. Growing up on the Internet I soon understood that it wasn’t the case for many, many people. Ever since I started my own book blog and bookstagram I’ve been trying to present tons of diverse books so people can see themselves in it. I also try to let those people speak for themselves, as I did two years ago with a blog post in which readers part of the LGBTQIA+ community recommended some books. (I wouldn’t want to make it all about me and to erase anyone, I only want to promote others voices as I can.)
Today I decided to highlight five diverse books which I believe are perfect reads for this Autumn, all with aesthetics!
(All pictures come from Pinterest.)
Continue reading Five diverse books to read this Autumn with aesthetics 🎃🖤
October is my far my favourite month of the year. It may be because I was born in October (it’s Libra season!), but I always loved the ambiance of it. Halloween is my everything and I live for those cold and rainy mornings, the dead leaves on the ground, the sweaters you can wear and so on. Obviously I had to make myself a special TBR for the month, alongside some books I want/need to buy. (Those aren’t all the books I want to read this month, just some which are extra spooky!)
So here are some books on my spooky TBR for the month of October!
Continue reading My spooky TBR for October 👻🎃
September may have been my favourite month of 2019, even though it did have some bad parts to it and more. It has been a really challenging month because I started my new job, my first real job with real responsibilities, because I started my last year of studies, because I didn’t have a lot of money (I think we need to talk about money more) and it wasn’t always easy to manage to it all, because I had to deal with my depression once again. Yet I had the best time ever and I can’t wait to share it with you all.
So without further ado, here is my September wrap-up and everything that made it so special!
Continue reading September wrap-up, favourites and others 🍁🍄
If you don’t know, Dracula by Bram Stoker is one of my favourite books of all time, which is kinda funny as I hated it when I first read it (I was 12 years old and had to read an abridged version for school). But it all changed when I had to read it for university, the whole text this time. I fell in love with it and then have been re-reading it quite a few times over the years. Obviously, I have to re-read it this October and surprisingly a lot of people told me they wanted to join me.
That’s why I’m officially launching a Dracula readalong for October, called “A Vampire at Notre-Dame”.
Continue reading My Dracula Readalong #AVampireAtNotreDame 🦇🧛♂️