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!
Continue reading Christmas 24h readathon announcement 📕📗
I know this blog is mostly dedicated to books, and I do love reading more than anything in the world. I take pictures of books, I write reviews, I look for new releases, I track my reading and so on… But I do have other hobbies, just like anyone does, and I really wanted to write a blog post about it for once.
Without further ado, here are three of my favourite hobbies that aren’t reading!
(For full disclosure, this post is being sponsored by Skillshare.)
Continue reading My favourite hobbies that aren’t reading 🖤
October has been, overall, a great month. It was my month birthday, so I had tons and tons of fun. The only problem is that my depression also wanted to be a part of the party and joined me at the end of the month to… well, it hasn’t left yet. But I’m working on it and I don’t want to let it ruin my life like it used to do, so here I am, still fighting! And that’s mostly why I still think October has been great, because I’m stronger than ever.
Anyway, here is my wrap-up for my birthday and the spookiest month, October!
Ps: THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH FOR BEING 500 HERE!!!!
Continue reading October wrap-up, favourites and others 🌧🍄
Halloween isn’t a big thing in France. It was a bit celebrated when I was a child because for years I dressed up with my sister and went trick or treating in our street. But times passed and now almost no one opens the door to children anymore, which is super sad. There aren’t tons of Halloween parties thrown either, whether it comes from friends or from pubs. Over the years I then learned how to celebrate by myself, as I always adored Halloween.
Without further ado, I give you my guide to throw yourself your own Halloween reading party!
Continue reading DIY your own Halloween reading party 👻🎃
A few days ago, Olivia @ Liv’s Library, Desi @ Pastel Pages and Mackenzie @ Mackenzie Lane announced that they were hosting a two weeks long Gilmore Girls readathon. I’ve been loving this tv show for years now (the joke is that after watching it for more than five years I still haven’t finished it, but I’m finally eight episodes away from the end) and have been meaning to do another fun readathon after loving way too much the Magical Readathon 2019.
On this post I’ll tell you all about my TBR for it but also all the fun activities I planned next to it!
Continue reading Gilmoreathon: My TBR and others ☕️
I am officially back, and I missed you all so much!
I had a very busy summer and I’m so glad to be back in my real life, blogging and reading and more. I hope that you all had a great summer and that you are all excited for September, because I AM! This year I’ll be both a student and a teacher (a literature teacher) and it’s all so terrifying but also super exciting for me.
Without further ado, let’s jump right into my summer wrap-up!
Continue reading My summer wrap-up, favourites and others (July and August) 🌻
For two days in May, my friend Roxanne and I decided to re-read the first Harry Potter book. We had so much fun doing it that I thought of writing a blog post about why I love re-reading books so much, as I re-read at least one Harry Potter book per year and have re-read my favourite book Lady Midnight six times already.
So lock your sit belts and get ready to discuss everything about re-reads!
Continue reading On re-reading books