I used to watch a lot of tv shows. At one point in my life I was watching as many tv shows as I was reading books. But with my studies becoming harder and my passion for books becoming more and more important I started to watch less series, stopping watching some I followed for years and ended up not making it a priority. It now takes me forever to start a new show, and even longer to finish it. Though I don’t necessarily want to change it in 2020 I still found new tv shows I’m interested in started hopefully soon, and that I wanted to share with you all.
Without further ado here are five tv shows that I want to start watching soon-ish!
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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).
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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”.
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