Three books to read this winter (part 1) | To read on a snow day πŸŒ¨πŸ“˜


Dear reader,

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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Five winter books on my wish list β„οΈπŸŽ„


Dear reader,

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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November wrap-up, favourites and others πŸŒ¨πŸ“•


Dear reader,

I disappeared last week for one reason only: I’ve been awfully sick. I have been ill ever since the 28th of November and haven’t stopped, meaning I went to a book fair, to my job, to my university and so on… And so I got more and more sick, and I couldn’t do anything. It has been a wasted week but I’m ready to get back on track now!

And so we are here to talk about November, which overall has been a great month! It has been filled with bookish events which I can’t wait to talk to you all about, and I rewatched tons of Disney movies.

So without further ado, let’s wrap-up November!

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Five books I’m thankful for, in aesthetics πŸ


Dear reader,

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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My autumn bucket list 2019 | A recap πŸ“πŸ‚


Dear reader,

At the beginning of October I posted my Autumn Bucket List, which I do every year. I received a comment asking me if I could ever post a recap of it, telling you if I ended up doing all those things or not. So… Here it is!

I present you my Autumn Bucket List 2019 recap!

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Christmas 24h readathon announcement πŸ“•πŸ“—


Dear reader,

I am finally back with another 24h readathon! I have been hosting some over the years and always had so much fun. The last one I hosted was back in July and it was the most amazing experience ever: I read so much and so many people joined. And as I love the Christmas holidays so, so much, I decided to make it even more fun…

And that’s why I decided to host another very festive 24h readathon!

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Three Christmas movies I can’t wait to watch ❄️ πŸŽ„


Dear reader,

I never said it here but I always loved Christmas movies. What I mean by Christmas movies, of course, are the ones which are badly made with a poor storyline and bad acting. I’m always happy to watch a good and well produced Christmas movie, but I’m mostly here for the cringy ones! And I know I’m not alone with this.

Today I wanted to present you three Christmas movies I am dying to watch this Winter!

Ps: Excuse me for not posting last week, I am under a lot of work and needed a quick break from blogging!

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