Hello dear readers! It’s Tuesday so ya know what we’re doing today! Listing! Is making lists a legit hobby? If not I think we should make it so! This time it’s a very important list in the book world – the coveted summer TBR. While other people make travel plans for the summer, we the bookish people make our reading plans!
Hello fellow bookworms! This Tuesday I’ll do a shorter post than usual, because I don’t really find this topic engaging enough to write ten paragraphs. If you’ve been reading my blog, you probably know by now that my TBR is in 2000s oops, and yes, that means I have A LOT of books which I either don’t know or don’t understand why and how they found themselves on my TBR.
Hello lovelies, hope you’re having a nice weekend! I was supposed to do this post last Saturday but I was very busy and forgot, so I’ll do it today instead. This time I’m doing one of my all-time favorite series, Outlander.
Hello dear readers! In today’s TTT we’re talking about books that give off a summer vibe, which is weird, because I’m currently freezing to death in my bed. The summer is officially starting in less than three weeks, so the heating is off but Covid ate the sun.
Hello friends! How are you holding up? Are you still quarantined? We’ve been “free” to walk for some time now, but I still haven’t used the opportunity haha. Anyway, it’s Tuesday, and this week’s TTT topic is opening lines. When I think of opening lines, first ones to come to mind are the best ones, the ones that made me fluff up my pillows and grab a large cup of coffee, because I knew I was going on a great adventure, and some of the adventures aren’t done yet, years later.
Hello readers! Are you ready for my favorite TTT yet? This is the one where I talk about my favorite genres and why exactly I love them. The actual topic is “Reasons Why I Love…” and at first I wanted to do Fantasy, then I expanded onto Speculative Fiction, and then I erased it all away and said heck, this is hard!
It’s Tuesday guys, which means it’s time Top Ten Tuesday woohoo!!! Oh I’m actually not that excited, but I need to hype you guys up so you read my post hehehe. This week I’m talking about the books I abandoned, which is not a happy topic, nope.
Hello nerds! I’m a day late as I had a busy day yesterday. This week’s TTT topic is a dream come true for us paper-loving, candle-sniffing, bookmark-collecting bookworms, am I right? This kind of party would be a dream come true for my 29-year-old book loving soul, but in the hard, cold reality, it would be more appropriate for a child, I guess?
Hello dear readers! It’s Tuesday so it’s TTT time! This week’s topic is Books I Wish I Had Read As a Child. Which is a lot of books, because you see, I grew up in a tiny town in Serbia.
Hello dear readers and friends! It’s the last Saturday of the month, so it’s time for yet another fartsy attempt by yours truly! This time I’ll try to evoke one of my favorite fantasy novels ever – Susanna Clarke’s Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell.
Hello dear readers! I haven’t done a TTT in ages, but I really liked this week’s topic. It made me go through all the titles on my bookshelves, and then I got distracted for a couple of hours naturally. >__> Anyway, I randomly chose ten titles out of my favorites, recent reads, and some of my future reads, and I imagined a band, its members, genre, etc.
It’s the end of February, and so I’m posting another aesthetic I made for a book I love! You can see the last month’s mood board here, and you can find the rest of them by going through my home page > bookish > memes, or, through the Saturday Aesthetic tag below this post.
Oh… no. Hello everyone. If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, then you must know that I am not a romantic person. Far from it. I don’t even acknowledge Valentine’s Day. Ummm. I don’t read romance novels and I don’t like romantic movies. I’m as romantic as a horseshoe. So what to do, do I click delete on this one and run away?
Hello everyone! Hope you’ve had a great start of the week and read something great too! Many books we read are good, but what makes a book great, amazing, the best? For me, it’s hitting all points in terms of writing, plot, characters, AND something else. That something is a feeling actually, the one you can’t shake off after closing the book, even days after.
Hello dear readers! It’s Tuesday, so it’s time for another TTT! This week’s topic is a freebie, which I love, because I can add my own spin to it. This one is dedicated to book covers though, so not much to spin there, at least for me, so I decided to do the most obvious thing and present you with 10 most beautiful covers I own.
It’s the last Saturday of January, and as usual, I did a mood board for a book I love. My last month’s aesthetic is here, and you can find the rest of them by going through my home page > bookish > memes, or, through the Saturday Aesthetic tag below this post.
It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means! I’ve missed doing TTT so much, and as I scroll through Jana’s list, I can see I’ve skipped some amazing topics grrr. Hopefully I’ll be able to still do some of those as some freebies are coming up hehe.
Oh snap. Just recently I was complaining how the book titles (Mainly in fantasy) are becoming too similar and/or generic, and how that area lacks creativity. So how should I dig up ten extraordinary titles in a sea of that?
Another Tuesday is upon us, and yet another cool TTT topic by Jana! This time we’re talking about the character traits we love. Or the ones I love haha.
Hello dear readers! This week’s TTT was a bit of a challenge (So I’m late a day, again), but I’m grateful for that because it’s also not a discussion post, so I’ll keep this short. I’ll list books for numbers 1-10, write if I’ve read it or not, and if I liked it/why I haven’t read it yet.