Three books to read this spring | Part III: classics πŸ“™πŸŒΌ

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Dear reader,

As you know I love recommending books according to seasons. For this spring I already recommended you three contemporaries and three fantasy novels to read, but now I am back with a new recommendations post.

Without further ado here are three classics to read this spring.

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Three tv shows to binge watch this spring πŸŽžπŸ’

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Ever since Autumn I’ve been recommending you three tv shows to binge watch each seasons. You can find my blog posts about Autumn and Winter. I am not someone who watched ton of tv shows but I used to, I simply stopped because of my studies (and especially my competition last year) because it was either that or reading, and I chose books. However I do have some favs and I’m always excited to talk about them.

Without further ado here are three tv shows to binge watch this spring!

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Three books to read this spring | Part II: fantasy novels πŸŒΏπŸ“—

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Dear reader,

Spring is very different this year, as the whole world is in lockdown. Even though I cannot enjoy the blooming trees in Paris and drinking iced coffee near the Seine, I still like to match my books to the season we’re currently living. That’s why I am back with another seasonal recommendation posts.

Without further ado, here are three fantasy books to read this spring.

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My Spring 2020 bucket list πŸŒ»πŸŒΏ

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Dear reader,

For the past few years I’ve been writing seasonal bucket lists and I have always loved to do so, as it gives me a few goals for the months to come. However this Spring is different as we are all in lockdown. This bucket list is completely hypothetical and I do realize I probably won’t be able to do many of it, but anyway a girl can dream, right?

Without further ado here is my (dreamy) Spring 2020 bucket list!

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Three books to read this Spring | Part I: contemporary novels πŸ“’πŸŒ»

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Dear reader,

In 2019 I started a new recommendation series where I recommend you different types of books for each seasons, usually in three different blog posts. Last year I therefor recommend you contemporary books, fantasy books and classics for summer, books with a cosy mood, a spooky mood and an academic mood for autumn, and books to read on a snow day, to feel joyful and to read more classics for winter.

Obviously I am now back with three contemporary novels to read this Spring!

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Seasons & Books | My favourite pastel covers πŸŒΈπŸŒΏ

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Dear reader,

Last year I started a new blog post series which is all about matching covers with seasons, not because of what is on them but because of their colours. I already did it for Autumn and for Winter.

Today I am back to it, ready to match book covers with Spring! And because Spring means everything delicate and flowers starting to bloom for me, here are some of my favourite pastel covers.

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