Hello dear readers! Lots of new things from me lately, I figured it’s time to make some changes here. For starters, I should read more. 🙂 July is almost over and I’ve read hardly anything, so lo and behold I did a thing. I joined The Reading Rush readathon! I will try to read seven books in seven days.
Hello lovely people! Another weird month of 2020 is behind us, and we’re left wondering what the heck is going to happen next? Is this how we’re going to live from now until the end of the world? Should we just chill and read a book amid this apocalypse?
Hello dear readers! This is probably the first time since I started blogging that I know most of you have spent the past month same as me.
Hello lovely readers! How did your first month of the year go? After so long, I’m finally happy to say I’ve had a good and fulfilled reading month! Not setting a tbr was freeing and enlightening for me, so I think I’ll continue doing that.
Readers, bloggers, friends, I am back! Yet again.. But this time, and from now on, I’ll stop apologizing and putting myself on the pillar of shame, because while I DO love blogging, I’ve come to realize a stupidly simple thing – we’re all human, and sometimes we just can’t. That’s it!
Hello everyone! We’re already a week in September, and I’m doing my round-up post this late because, honestly, I’ve got nothing to show. September was a slow reading month for me, and I’ve only managed to complete one whole book, and one graphic novel, yikes.
Here comes my first real round-up since forever! Now I actually have something to round up! This whole month was a hell for me – as in way too hot. I don’t do well under pressure, or heat, and I don’t have an AC. So I’ve mostly been up late
Hello dear people! All of you know I’ve been gone for a long while, and I can’t say it enough – I’m terribly sorry for that, but anxiety just took a big toll on my daily life and habits. I won’t whine, quite the opposite – I firmly decided I want to live and enjoy my life much much more.
Hello readers old and new! It’s been such a long time I imagine most of you guys have forgotten me, and you’ve had every right to do so! I’m still here though, lurking in the various corners of internet as always, and I humbly ask for your forgiveness.
Hello loves! I hope you’ve had a terrific weekend with a lot of great books to pass the time! I didn’t read much, and not because I was busy, so now I feel guilty, especially because I’m doing a buddy read with Kara @ Bernard’s Book Blog.
Yet another month is over, and cheers to September as I actually quite enjoyed it! I had my first true vacation since 2016 and came back relaxed and renewed and ready for new victories attempts at things.
I was tagged for this by the amazing Orangutan Librarian months ago (sorry), and I’m finally getting to my old tags! In case you somehow managed to miss her blog, I suggest you go and check it out immediately because it’s filled with great content!
Hmm, it seems as though I’ve done one of these round-ups only two weeks ago, time flies eh? Well, not much happened in August, I can tell you that. I went to one party, one festival, went to the beach, and booked my summer vacation.
Oh well, no wonder I’m doing a July round-up so late because I haven’t been blogging that much either. Plus, there’s not much to round up, at least in book section.
Hail June, cause June was a good month! I’ve finally managed to pull myself out of the reading slump, and I have some awesome books to thank for that!
Another month flew by and of course I accomplished nothing! 😀 I keep making promises to read more, and since I’m running a book blog here, that would be a good idea, but life just gets in the way.
This last month went by so quickly I haven’t even noticed it’s May, so I’m a bit late with my roundup, oops. 🙂 A lot of stuff happened during April, so I didn’t get as much time to read as I originally planned to, but I hope to compensate in May.
I’ve decided to do a post to sum-up this past month, to let you all know what I’ve been doing, reading, watching, what I’m about to read, etc.
Once you learn to read,
you will be forever free.