April will be here tomorrow, and so will be the OWLs Magical Readathon 2020! If you don’t know, last year I joined this readathon and had the most fun. It was absolutely amazing and I rocked it, becoming successfully a portioneer. If you want to go back to my Magical Readathon 2019 journey, here are my wrap-ups for the OWLs and the NEWTs.
Anyway, let’s talk about my TBR for the OWLs Magical Readathon 2020!
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We all have this awful and way too long list we call “TBR” or “wish-list”, about all the books we are planning on reading someday (“someday” being the key word and meaning a time between tomorrow and the next ten years). But on it we usually have a few books we do intend on reading sooner than others, those books we simply cannot wait to put our hands on.
That’s why I’m presenting you today five books I really want to read right now!
Continue reading Five books I really want to read right now 📚⏳
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 👻🎃
Let’s jump right in and end this series of blog posts dedicated to Mental Health Awareness Month with those five books I can’t wait to buy and to read which deals with mental health or a mental illness!
Continue reading MHAM | 5 books from my wishlist, mental health edition
April is a very exciting month, but it’s the month the O.W.L.s readathon is taking place. If you don’t know what it is, I didn’t know either before last month. I saw everyone talking about it last year but wasn’t curious enough to really look for it. Well, now that I know what it is I can assure you that I am obsessed with it.
Without further ado, let’s jump into my TBR for the O.W.L.’s Magical Readathon 2019.
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The other day, I received four books – my entire book budget for the month of February. I spent a whole day thinking about what I could buy, what I somehow needed to buy and it finally arrived. Was I excited to receive them? Yes, of course – I love the idea of coming home to a package waiting for me. Was I happy when it finally was in my box mail? Not at all, and here’s why.
I know a lot of bookworms out there who love to have tons of unread books on their shelves. Maybe it’s because it makes them feel as if they are living in their own library, maybe they just don’t care about how many books they still have to read – the thing is that I know that some people have more than 100 books to read and are completely okay with it. And of course it is, but it‘s not working like this for me.
Continue reading Unpopular opinion: On hating huge TBRs
I cannot believe that it finally is October. You may not know, but it actually is my favourite month of the year. As for someone who hates the heat and who is literally allergic to the sun (I swear, I am a nightmare), Autumn is my paradise. Seeing all the leaves on the floor, being able to wear my sweaters again, walking home while it’s dark outside and working with the sound of the rain make me more than happy and I now feel alive again. In a few days, it’ll be my birthday then Halloween and I can’t wait to properly enjoy this month.
This year, however, October is even more special to me, and it’s because I’m participating in #Victober.
Continue reading My #Victober TBR | 2017