2020 Book Resolutions

Happy New Year! Another year of reading and adventure is upon us and I couldn’t be more excited! I always look forward to my yearly bookish resolutions post not only because it gets me excited for the new year but also because these ‘guidelines’ motivate me to read more books out of my comfort zone. […]

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Festive Season

It is finally December, which means time for me to start listening to Christmas songs on repeat and watch all of my favourite Christmas films! I think I love the expectant build up to Christmas more than I actually love Christmas day, probably because that feeling of having something to look forward to adds some […]

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The Starless Sea || Book Review

“Strange, isn’t it? To love a book. When the words on the pages become so precious that they feel like part of your own history because they are. It’s nice to finally have someone read stories I know so intimately.” Imagine a place where stories are inscribed on autumn leaves or carved onto rocks. Stories […]

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Summer Classicsathon Diary

The lovely Lucy from @lucythereader [both on Youtube and Instagram] hosts a summer readathon that focuses solely on classics.  The only challenge for this year was to read at least one classic during the month of August. I am happy to say that I managed to read more than one and enjoyed most of them! […]

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IV. Favourite Book Quotes

It has been such a wonderful reading year so far and my notebook is already brimming with beautiful and inspirational quotes, so I thought I’d share with you a couple that have truly resonated with me. ☆ “If someone asks you how you are, you are meant to say FINE. You are not meant to […]

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2018 in Books

What a year! These 365 days have passed like a blur and I cannot seem to fathom how time is speeding by when the clocks are still ticking in their slow hypnotic way! It’s been an incredible year, full of new experiences, adventures and obviously some wonderful books as well! 2018 is the year that […]

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I. Classics

One of my main resolutions of 2018 was to read more classics. Now I know that it sounds absolutely cliched, especially considering how this goal has been cropping up in every yearly resolution while never showing any inclination to do anything about it. However, something has changed this year. I guess you could say that […]

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