The Liebster Award, a grateful moment and a trip down memory lane 🖋️📔

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Hello everyone! 🍂

Back in June, the lovely Lauren @ twenty-seven letters nominated me for the Liebster Award, which I am so thankful for! Lauren has been such a sweet and friendly presence ever since I started blogging which I am incredibly thankful for. I really suggest giving her blog a read, it’s so worth it!Read More »

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The Taylor Swift Lover Book Tag: talking about books and characters while listening to an album I love 🌸

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Hello everyone!

As you may or may not know, I love Taylor Swift. I’ve loved her music for years, and I have always been excited everytime she releases new music. So obviously, when Lover came out on the 23rd of August, I listened to it once. Then twice. Then three times… Okay, alright, I’m going to be honest here, and admit I’ve listened to it every day since it came out, even several times a day. When I listen to music lately, chances are, it’s going to be Lover.Read More »

Audiobooks, or the story of how they changed my reading habits 📻

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I’d like to start by saying I’m really sorry I was not as present on the blog this month. I thought my many shifts at work wouldn’t impact my blog and my writing, but it did. I was often exhausted, and inspiration wasn’t there, as much as I wanted to write a blog post. I missed it so much and I missed you.  For my new post today, I wanted to talk about audiobooks!Read More »

Blog Tour: A House of Rage and Sorrow by Sangu Mandanna Review & Favourite Quotes (+ INTL Giveaway) 🚀💛

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This a spoiler-free review of A House of Rage and Sorrow but might contain hints and spoilers for the first novel, A Spark of White Fire.

Hello everyone!

Back in May, I read a wonderful novel called A Spark of White Fire, by Sangu Mandanna and it easily became one of my favourite novels of the year. It was the perfect space-opera, with complex characters, captivating world-building and an ending that utterly broke my heart. I was genuinely in tears, reading those last pages, because the way everything unraveled was so masterfully done, I could feel every single emotion on the page. Do you know that feeling when something truly terrible happens to a character, and you just want to give them a hug and tell them it’s all going to be okay (even if you know it won’t)? That was me with Esmae. Read More »

The Netgalley Book Tag, all about my reviewing habits and novels I can’t wait to read 🌷

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I’m so sorry I haven’t been really active the past few days. Work has been hectic, so I mostly focused on reading and relaxing when I could. But I missed blogging a lot, so when the lovely Caro from Bookcheshirecat tagged me in the Netgalley Tag, I knew it was the perfect opportunity. So thank you so much Caro for tagging me, and please check out her blog, I love her posts! This tag was created by Kourtni Reads and I had a lot of fun answering the questions!Read More »