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 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.
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 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.
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.
I was tagged for this very scary tag by Gerry @ Book Nook UK, who knows all about my TBR issues and pains and she’s probably now wickedly laughing somewhere in London.