I was tagged by my lovely friend Kylie @notsotwentysomething to participate in the #FavoriteThingsStack 🤗 I have The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake and Kitchens of the Great Midwest because I love baking & food 😋 I love flowers 🌸- they make me so happy. Obviously books and a book about bookstores had to be there, and a book featuring wine/vineyards because wine tasting is one of my favorite pastimes and vineyards are my happy place🍷 Lululemon because I love running and working out! And finally The Southern Side of Paradise because my family is all from the south and I love visiting that area ☺️ All wrapped up with a cup of tea and my favorite little succulent- 🎶 these are a few of my favorite thiiiiings 🎵 I tagged a few people- join us!!
BOOK REVIEW!! 3.5 🌟
I gave The Aeronauts Windlass by @jimbutcherauthor 3.5 stars even though i liked the book. The main reason i gave it 3.5 stars was because it was a lot longer than i prefer a book to be, i also was left with a lot of unanswered questions about the book.
How did they become a Spire civilization among other questions. I am assuming these things would be revealed throughout the rest of the books in this series. I personally loved the protagonists and their dynamic that grows throughout the storyline.
My favorite would have to be Rowl, his indifferent attitude and absolutely unshakable self importance fits him perfectly. I don't want to give anything away about the book but he is an unexpected addition to the POVs and i thoroughly enjoyed the commentary and banter he provided.
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My stomach has been messed up after two bad allergic reactions these past three weeks. Pouring through every resource I know to find some good natural tips to calm the inflammation in my gut and body. Anyone hear of chewing fennel, coriander and cumin seeds?? Trying it today 🤪
Do you consider yourself a forgiving person? For me, it depends. But if someone throws me under the bus to try to get ahead, I have a hard time with forgiveness.
This book explores that theme and impact of betrayal.
For one family, a series of events (both tragic and nearly so) lead them to a new life in Maine. But can they escape the secrets they've tried to bury? That's the overall premise of this story that had my mind searching for answers throughout.
The story itself is told from three POVs.
This is main narrator of the story, who details the family's transition to their new-to-them home. They left Chicago for a variety of reasons, which we later learn about, but the main one being that her husband, Will, has gained guardianship of his sister's home and is now the primary caregiver for her daughter, Imogen. Things seem far from ideal from her perspective.
- The house is old and cold.
- She doesn't really like her new job, working in a family doctor's office.
- Imogen hates her.
- And she still doesn't trust her husband following the discovery of his affair.
From this woman's perspective, we learn of how she first met Will and how he slipped through her hands. But this woman is determined and doesn't give up on going after what she feels is hers.
✨if you could meet one fictional character, who would you want to meet?
this is a hard question because there’s SO MANY !!! first of all i’d want to meet ALL the dregs because of course, and then it would be so cool to meet hermione & ron & ofc harry. then there’s mia from nevernight, which i’ve only known her for a solid 80 ish pages but she’s already ones of my faves. in conclusion, I basically just can’t answer this qotd 🙃
reading update: making my way through nevernight and loving it!! it’s definitely confusing but i think i’m getting a better understanding of the authors writing style. but just so i know i’m not alone (maybe i’m a terrible person but): did anyone else skip over the footnotes? because they’re kinda just dragging to me and i’m not a fan 🤷🏻♀️
Today was such a beautiful day! A little chilly, but we had clear skies and a bright yellow sun ☀️ it just filled me with so much joy, I’m tired of this weather I need spring to come 💞. Anyways I’m currently reading behind a mask and it is absolutely amazing!!!! I’m reading it digitally because my copy hasn’t arrived yet, but once it does I know I’m going to devour it!! What are you guys reading?
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Thank you to EVERYONE who voted for the 20th Anniversary Dresden Files Pentacle!
The votes are in and Demonreach Black is the crowned Fan Favorite!! The Limited Edition Demonreach Pentacle will be available This Spring once the stones arrive from our supplier.
Well.... I found my camera battery and charger so I’ll just wait until March for a TBR!
However, March is also my birthday month so I may go on a book shopping spree. We’ll see!
QOTD: what books are on your TBR
The Scent Keeper by Erica Bauermeister
Synopsis: “Emmeline lives an enchanted childhood on a remote island with her father, who teaches her about the natural world through her senses. What he won’t explain are the mysterious scents stored in the drawers that line the walls of their cabin, or the origin of the machine that creates them. As Emmeline grows, however, so too does her curiosity, until one day the unforeseen happens, and Emmeline is vaulted out into the real world—a place of love, betrayal ambition and revenge. To understand her past, Emmeline must unlock the clues to her identity, a quest that challenges the limits of her heart and imagination. —
I loved that the setting in this book was based off of Broughton Archipelago in British Columbia (when the characters went to the “city” I pictured it as Vancouver which made reading this book a very happy experience since I LOVE Vancouver). I felt that Emmeline’s guilt and shame around events in her childhood and the betrayal she felt later on were properly explored. If I hadn’t JUST read Where the Crawdads Sing this probs would have been a 5/5 but since Emmeline and Kya’s circumstances are fairly similar making me feel like I had recently read this book. The writing is so lyrical and the sense of place so strong this was an easy love for me! Also Reese Witherspoon liked my comment on this book which is pretty kewl. —
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QOTD: How do you like to spend your birthday?
Yesterday was my 21st birthday and for once I had a really lovely time. I had a pretty low-key day, I had a couple of friends over but it was so nice to just spend time with them and they both made me feel incredibly loved which is ultimately the most important thing. One of my friends made me an apple pie to look like the pie made in Kiki’s Delivery Service (with a fish made of pastry on the top) and my other friend gave me this Hamilton shot glass. I fell in love with Hamilton back in 2016 and have wanted a shot glass with this exact quote on it ever since so it’s safe to say that both of their gifts meant a lot to me. I actually didn’t get any books for my birthday for once, instead I asked my mum if she would get me a Nintendo Switch which I was lucky enough to get along with a couple of games! I did get some money for my birthday however so I think I’ll have to use some of that to get myself a few books! Despite having a fairly quiet birthday I spent my whole day feeling very lucky and loved and honestly I can’t think of a better way to spend my day! .
E Se Formos Nós | Adam Silvera & Becky Albertalli
Livro 11 de 2020 ✔️🔝💪🏻📚📖
Mais do que uma história que aborda a temática LGBT 🏳️🌈 este é um livro de amor e de amizade e de miúdos a serem miúdos e de pessoas boas e de miúdos muito bem resolvidos e que só querem ser felizes.
Li o Eleanor & Park antes deste e embora sejam livros diferentes têm uma coisa em comum que não posso deixar de destacar: Os Pais. Pais presentes, compreensivos, interessados, inclusivos, preocupados, atentos e respeitadores das escolhas dos filhos.
Como mãe há coisas que naturalmente gosto mais que de outras mas de certeza absoluta que estarei sempre presente para os meus filhos, para os guiar e apoiar sempre em todas as suas decisões com o amor incondicional que só os pais conseguem dar. ❤️ Gostei muito deste livro, é despreocupado e leve ao mesmo tempo que transmite mensagens importantes, no entanto, não posso deixar de achar que já sou “velha” para algumas piadas e temáticas com as quais não me consegui identificar tanto. 😂 #Bookstagraam#goodreadschallenge#shelfie#livros#books#bookaddict#bookaholic#pilhadelivros#instabook#ilovebooks#bookish#bookphotography#booksof2020#booklove#bookshelf#estantedelivros#hmbookgang#topseller#2020
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This books ad had popped up on my Facebook feed. Instantly I was like oh yeah, sounds good. Went to my Kindle store and seen the cover ....I faced palm. I knew it was a romance novel just by the cover. (It showed a different picture on Facebook). I don't really just pick romances but it's got fae so sign me up📝▫️
🔸So I'm like eh 240 pages on the first yeah I can do that. Binged it in a day. Second one like 100 something pages. YUP binge. ▫️
🔸I swear this book is just court of mist and fury - 400 pages lol. And if rhy was a little bit more open about like "yo ya my mate and we gonna fuck " 😂😅 but I really like them....had to cut myself off because I know I'm just procrastinating the books I have chosen to read this month. But I give 👍👍 would read again.
Hollywood Park ( #partner@celadonbooks) is a memoir by Mikel Jollett, frontman for The Airborne Toxic Event. He was born into the Synanon cult, and escaped with his mother and brother when he was only 5. From there, he grows up between Oregon and California, surrounded by poverty, an older brother who doesn’t know what to do with his anger, his mother’s severe depression, substance abuse/addiction, and emotional trauma.
I have a lot to say about this one so please see full review on GR (link in bio)
The writing in this book is exceptional and brutally honest. The style changes as Jollet begins the story from the perspective of his 5-year-old self, and shifts as the years progress. I am most astounded by how he managed to write that angle without coming off as irritating or juvenile - it was so well done.
I found his relationships with his parents to be the most intriguing. I’ve seen many of his mother’s behaviors in people in my own life so it was interesting to read how Jollett handled and processed it throughout his. As to his father, I could feel the love he had for him jump off of the pages. I didn’t expect that when the first glimpse of the man was as an ex-con, heroin addict who was highly esteemed in a cult.
The book is lengthy, and I did start to feel it in the middle. The pace had slowed, and some of the events described were more of the same, which didn’t lend any further insight for me.
Conversely, the college years and beyond seemed to accelerate. I assume this is because this isn’t intended to be a memoir of a rock ‘n roll star, but that of a man who’s been through a lot, and is trying to heal. I respect the choice to address his celebrity in this way, and not in one of those sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll tell-all’s that lack depth. This also makes the book appealing to an audience beyond the hardcore fan. I have a few of the band’s songs in my iTunes library but could’ve never named Jollett until I read this book.
I really enjoyed this memoir, especially the writing. I could feel Jollett’s wisdom floating off the pages, along with his fierce love for and loyalty to his family and friends.
Hollywood Park releases 5/5/20
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Deel 6 van 'De Zeven Zussen' reeks is eindelijk hier! Heb jij hem al in bezit? Deel 6 gaat over Electra en het boek brengt je al lezend van Manhattan naar Kenia. Wij zijn erg benieuwd naar jullie mening over dit boek! Laat het ons in de comments weten. Veel leesplezier! 😄📚
Today's excert comes from page 7 in our book of the week, Deadly Intent by Camy tang.
The man who walked into Naomi's father's day spa was striking enough to cause a female riot.
Dark eyes swept the room, which happened to be filled with the Sonoma spa's staff at that moment. She felt his gaze glance over her like a tingling breeze. Naomi recognized him instantly. Dr. Devon Knightley.
For a wild moment, she thought, He's come to see me. and her heart twirled in a riotous dance.
Read more in your own copy: https://www.storybookem.com/product-page/deadly-intent-by-camy-tang
🌴PUB DAY BOOK REVIEW - SAINT X BY ALEXIS SCHAITKIN🌴 .
Overall rating: ⭐️⭐️💫
Writing style: ⭐️⭐️
Would I recommend buying? Borrow it!
Drink rec: Sex on the Beach🍹 .
Fav quote: “We see so little of people. We forget how much sucker he’s darkness there is around us at every moment. We forget until we are forced to remember.” (p. 91) .
This book is a slow-burn mystery that focuses on the lives of two characters- Claire and Clive. Claire is trying to find more information about her sister, Allison’s, murder that took place on a family vacation many years prior. Clive is one of the main suspects in that case. When their paths intertwine, the reader is taken on a meandering path to the truth. .
To be honest, I found this book to be a super slow read for me and it was difficult to keep my interest. I didn’t find any of the characters particularly likeable, however I kept reading because I wanted to know what happened to Allison! One aspect that I enjoyed was how the author touched upon racial and class differences throughout the story. As someone that has been on tropical trips, it made me consider my role in the tourism industry. Overall, this book wasn’t what I was expecting and I think that’s why I’m a bit disappointed. Slow-burn, character driven books have never really been my thing, but if you like those then definitely give this one a try! .
REVIEW - The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern ☆☆☆☆☆ '𝑯𝒆 𝒘𝒂𝒔 𝒏𝒆𝒗𝒆𝒓 𝒂𝒕 𝒕𝒉𝒆 𝒃𝒆𝒈𝒊𝒏𝒏𝒊𝒏𝒈 𝒐𝒇 𝒕𝒉𝒊𝒔 𝒔𝒕𝒐𝒓𝒚. 𝑻𝒉𝒊𝒔 𝒔𝒕𝒐𝒓𝒚 𝒊𝒔 𝒎𝒖𝒄𝒉, 𝒎𝒖𝒄𝒉 𝒐𝒍𝒅𝒆𝒓 𝒕𝒉𝒂𝒏 𝒉𝒆 𝒊𝒔.'
A spellbinding & intoxicating story puzzle inside a story maze which begins when Zachary discovers an authorless book of tales including a memory from his own childhood.
“Sometimes, the thing we want is right in front of us, and we’re the last ones to see it.”
Millie has always been one of the guys. And she just as her four male best friends is single. They make a pact to join a dating site to find dates, but after making the pact, Millie and Reid, one of the guys, spend the night together.
So far I’ve only heard good things about this book and I’m so glad I finally read it, I loved it so much.
I just couldn’t put the book down, the story is sweet, sexy and with plenty of funny moments and lovable characters.
A new favorite from this duo!
“(...) Fico muito feliz em lhe fazer um favor. – respondi.
Um pequeno favor. O tipo de pequenos favores que nós, mães, fazemos umas para as outras o tempo todo.” #SPLResenha
Emily e Stephanie são amigas que se aproximaram graças aos seus filhos. Por isso, quando Emily pede Stephanie para buscar Nicky na escola, ela imediatamente concorda. Porém conforme as horas e dias se passam, e Emily não volta, Steph sabe que há algo errado.
Quando Emily é encontrada morta, parece que a angústia do desaparecimento chegou ao fim, mas entre inúmeras reviravoltas, Steph descobre que seus pesadelos estão longe de acabar...
“Um Pequeno Favor” foi a leitura que eu precisava para lembrar do quanto gosto de thrillers. Com muitos plot-twists, reviravoltas e revelações em cada capítulo, a história prende o leitor e o mantém interessado em desvendar os mistérios apresentados.
A narrativa é alternada entre 3 narradores, além dos posts no blog da Stephanie, e descobrimos desde cedo que a verdade não tem só um lado e que nem todos são confiáveis.
Apesar de todos os elementos que poderiam formar um livro perfeito, a história não me agradou no desfecho, deixando um final aberto e muitos questionamentos. O início é promissor, mas o encerramento foi decepcionante... porém a leitura realmente me lembrou de como gosto de thrillers e pretendo ler mais desse gênero ao longo do ano. Até porque nem todo livro precisa ser perfeito para se ter uma boa experiência de leitura, e foi bom ser lembrada disso.
Uma adaptação em filme foi feita em 2018, e assisti logo após ter terminado a leitura. O final é diferente e me agradou MUITO mais! Sinto que resolveram as coisas que me incomodaram ao longo do livro e ficou ótimo!
Mas e vocês? Já leram também? Ou assistiram ao filme? Quais outros thrillers vocês me indicam? Vamos conversar! 💙
My favorite is definitely dragons so naturally I was thrilled to get this Tea Dragon woodmark from @the_bookish_den! It's so ornate and pretty and I love the different color options. Use OWL10 to save on her website!
Nada nuevo que decir de El amor en los tiempos del cólera, pero sí comentar dos cosas que me parecieron enormes.
Primero: Es un libro de historias de amor que ya no podrían suceder de la forma en que suceden en estos días. Es un libro desaforado y de sentimentalismo rabioso. Uno que de hecho ha envejecido muy bien porque el mundo del que habla existe por sí mismo. No importa nada que este mundo nuestro gire y cambie porque el suyo permanece intacto.
Segundo: Pese a que la mayoría de la novela narra la juventud y madurez de Florentino Ariza y Fermina Daza me deja la sensación de ser más una historia sobre la vejez y como cambia esta nuestra perspectiva, como nos obliga a transformarnos. Estos personajes, hacia el final de la historia, a fuerza de estar de vuelta de todo revelan un mundo interior riquísimo.
DJINN PATROL ON THE PURPLE LINE (Deepa Anappara): I loved this one enough to screw with my instagram color scheme.
DJINN PATROL is dense, detailed, chaotic, pacey, and heartbreaking. deepa anappara nails main character jai's child's narrative voice, rambling and matter-of-fact, as children disappear from his corner of a(n unnamed) large indian city, considering elements of classism, religious strife, gender roles, and so much more along the way. this one is out as of a couple weeks ago, so go forth, my friends. 💖
🐟 LA VIRGEN CABEZA 🐟
Gabriela Cabezón Cámara
Uf. Qué libro! Me costó bastante hacer la reseña. No quiero que haya malos entendidos o “cosas mal interpretadas”.
Creo que es uno de los pocos o primeros libros que leo en donde abarca mucho la religión, pero centrada en una virgen, “La Virgen Cabeza”.
Es una narración bien Argentina, de pueblo, con su lunfardo, en donde cuenta la historia de una periodista que va a hacer notas a la villa, y ahí es donde se encuentra con todas las miserias, pero hablo de las miserias humanas, esas en donde los niñxs son asesinados, violados, maltratados, donde no tienen luz, no tienen donde dormir. La esperanza de los pobres, golpeados, humillados, sin embargo, dispuestos a creer que hay salvación para ellos: el escultor, los travestis, los albañiles, lxs pibxs chorros, convencidos de que la Virgen los van a proteger. En donde reclaman justicia (los travestis, que se respetaran sus derechos, y creo que tienen toda la razón, porque son como vos y como yo, como cualquiera en éste mundo tan hostil y forro que siempre critica todo, bah.. el mundo no.. las personas).
Y ahí en esa parte del libro, es donde me enoja tanto pensar en nuestra sociedad, en cómo siempre juzgamos (y me incluyo) porque ¿quién alguna vez no juzgó?, pero por suerte a medida que uno crece (por lo menos yo) voy tomando la vida de otra manera y voy creciendo también de mente y me parece perfecto que cada uno haga lo que se le canta en la vida, porque la vida es para ser felices y para ser lo que queremos ser. LO QUE SEA: cambiar nuestro sexo, nuestra sexualidad, creer en la Virgen, no creer en nada, cantar, estudiar, lo que sea. SIMPLEMENTE SER FELIZ.
También está el otro lado de ese lugar, están los que roban, los que fuman porro, los que matan a sangre fría, los que violan, todo eso dentro de un mismo lugar. Pero que te hace ver que de ahí dentro (como tan prejuiciosamente muchas veces lo vemos), puede salir gente buena. 👇🏻 SIGUE EN LOS COMENTARIOS 👇🏻
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“On a remote island in the Pacific Northwest, a Hello Kitty lunchbox washes up on a beach. Tucked inside is the diary of a 16 year old Japanese girl named Nao Yasutani. Ruth– a writer who finds the lunchbox– suspects that it is debris from Japan’s 2011 tsunami. Once she begins to read the diary, Ruth quickly finds herself drawn into the mystery of Nao’s fate. Meanwhile, in Tokyo, Nao, uprooted from her home in the U.S., bullied at school, and watching her parents spiral deeper into disaster, has decided to end her life. But first, she wants to recount the story of her great-grandmother, a 104 year old Zen Buddhist nun, in the pages of her secret diary...” #ataleforthetimebeing
This book took a lot longer to read than anticipated and it’s because of the heavy topics covered and I’ll admit, I did cry a couple of times or more lol. (WARNING: attempted suicide, sexual harassment, bullying). The book is divided into 2 perspectives: Nao and Ruth. Nao’s diary entries were written well and I immediately just wanted to read all her parts. While I was intrigued to keep reading about both, Ruth’s lack of character development at the end fell flat for me. The ending overall did leave certain questions unanswered and went in a whole different direction that I didn’t particularly like.
Nao, however, is a complex, multi-dimensional and well written character that you can’t help but feel sympathy for. Her great grandmother is also so cute and one of my favourite parts of the book. If you do like reading books that portray the struggles of mental illness with a range multi-dimensional characters, this is for you!!
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“The world has been under attack for hundreds of years.
An alien race called the Krell leads onslaught after onslaught from the sky in a never-ending campaign to destroy humankind.
Humanity’s only defence is to take to their ships and fight the enemy in the skies.
Pilots have become the heroes of what’s left of the human race, and Spensa has always dreamed of becoming one of them.
But the chances of that happening were slim to none...at least until the Krell doubled their attacks. It’s possible that humanity’s desperation to survive will finally take her skyward...” #skyward#starsight#brandonsanderson
So I was originally gonna post these 2 separately but I ended up finishing the sequel a lot quicker than anticipated ahaha. I’ll start off with the first one, its action packed as well as being funny and heart warming! Though Spensa can be a little frustrating at times, there is a lot of personal growth she goes through and she instantly becomes someone you want to be. Also, this book is very refreshing in the no romance central department that is quite popular in the whole world is ending sort of theme lol. If you are a sci-fi fan, this is a series you definitely need to pick up.
Now on to Starsight, while this book didn’t go in the direction I thought or expected, it was just as intriguing and great as the first one. It is at a slower pace than Skyward, but still manages to keep your attention. And like the first, Spensa goes through a lot of personal growth and it is not romance central, but still manages to include a tad bit of it. I can’t believe I’m going to have to wait 2 years for the sequel ahaha kill me :) also can we talk about how I have a paperback and hardback lmao this will annoy me
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I’m late to Valeria Luiselli’s essay Tell Me How It Ends—it came out back it 2017, when I’d just returned from a backpacking trip around Mexico and Central America. It jumped straight to the top of my tbr list back then, but somehow I haven’t got my hands on it until now.
After all the waiting, it didn’t disappoint. A moving but unsentimental account of the plight of the undocumented child migrants travelling from Latin America to the US that’s necessary—so necessary. All I can say is: read this, read this, read this.
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📌Moja ocena: 6️⃣/10
Przyznam, że wizja końca świata w połączeniu z morderstwem i walką o ludzkość zapowiadała się całkiem dobrze. Jednak po przeczytaniu książki do końca, widzę kilka niedociągnięć, które nie mogły umknąć mojej uwadze. Samo pojęcie "końca świata" kojarzy mi się z totalną destrukcją i zniszczeniem planety ziemskiej. Gdy czytamy o tym, że przeżyli ludzie, zwierzęta, drzewa czy można mówić o prawdziwym zakończeniu istnienia na ziemi? Coś mi nie zagrało w tej historii ale już sama myśl, że wybuchło kilka bomb nuklearnych powoduje u mnie gęsią skórkę. Ludzie którzy boją się choroby popromiennej, kończącej się żywności i pitnej wody.. W ciekawy sposób przedstawione też zostało zatarcie się dobra i zła oraz trudne decyzje, takie jak zabicie drugiego człowieka dla dobra całej grupy. Całość historii jest przedstawiona w postaci pamiętnika Jona Kellera, który pisze dla poznania prawdy dla jego żony i dzieci. Przy końcu książki akcja strasznie spowalnia. W pewnym momencie miałam ochotę otworzyć ostatnie strony i dowiedzieć się zakończenia. Muszę przyznać, że finisz też mnie lekko rozczarował, nie tego się spodziewałam. Jednak nie skreślam tej książki całkowicie, ponieważ gdy przymkniemy oczy na pewne nieścisłości, całość czyta się dobrze i szybko. Jak dla mnie brakło też większej ilości akcji. Może w dwóch momentach miałam uczucie, że naprawdę akcja mnie wciągła i nie mogłam się oderwać, co do reszty, niestety słabiutko. Uważam, że ogólnie pomysł na książkę był bardzo dobry ale w procesie jego realizacji czegoś zabrakło i coś poszło nie tak.
A jak tam Wasze wrażenie po przeczytaniu „Ostatniego”?🤔 #bookstagram#bookstagrampl#recenzjaksiazki#wydawnictwoczarnaowca#ostatni#bookphotography#pandazksiazkapoleca#booklover#bookaddict#bookaholic#czytambolubie#czytaniejestfajne#czytam#nowypost#recenzja#vintage#kochamczytać#kochamksiazki#thrillerpsychologiczny#l4l#thrillerbooks#instaphoto#goodvibes#czytanieuzależnia#współpraca#zaczytana
One of my intentions this year is to read more non-fiction. I were never really into memoirs before, but ‘𝐁𝐞𝐜𝐨𝐦𝐢𝐧𝐠’ by Michelle Obama forever changed the way I think of them.
I just picked up ‘𝐄𝐝𝐮𝐜𝐚𝐭𝐞𝐝’ this morning, and I’m already hooked by its spellbinding narrative. ‘𝐈𝐧 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐃𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐦 𝐇𝐨𝐮𝐬𝐞’ is literally everywhere these days, and I can’t wait to know what the hype’s all about.
Q: I would love to know your favourite non-fic books!
Back at home with all my favorite things. And I read exactly zero pages while I was traveling, even though I brought 2 books. 😂
Do you have an easy time reading on vacation? I almost never manage it because I’m either too tired or too distracted.