As always this meme is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. Go and take a look at their blog! Sometimes you are just bored and every book you pick up, you put down after a few pages. Some people only have read books for school and therefore see reading […]
Have you read Me before you by Jojo Moyes? If not, maybe this will change your mind. Sometimes it even seemed like a relief to him that there was someone prepared to be rude to him, to contradict him or tell him he was being horrible. I got the feeling […]
As always this meme is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. Go and take a look at their blog! I am not really into auto-buying… There are some I buy without checking but mostly those are new books in a series I’m liking, so that doesn’t really count. Thriller/Crime […]
This week’s teaser is one day late. I’m sorry for that! But please have a look inside Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. You can expect a review soon. ‘You can say that you love me no matter what happens.’ I thought: I can’t say that out loud anymore. ~ page […]
As always this meme is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. Go and take a look at their blog! Below you can see pictures of my most read authors. I didn’t count the books I have read by them but I am fairly sure about the order I’ve put […]
Or is plain stupid and can’t see abuse if it punches her in the nose.
This week’s teaser gives you a look inside From Out in the Cold by L.A. Witt. There was no one in the world I trusted more than him, and I’d never been as close to anyone as I was to him. I was too young and inexperienced to “get” the […]
Confession time. I haven’t read any fairytale retellings yet. I think?
This week’s teaser is brought to you by Insider by Olivia Cunning. It’s an ARC I am currently reading, so you can expect a review soon. I’m not sure what I thought. I’m not used to worrying about other people, but apparently I begin to think they died or something. […]
As always this meme is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. Go and take a look at their blog! Okay, so… today’s post is a difficult one. I have read books about diverse Characters (a lot of my reviews are of mogai-books) but celebration is… more in my eyes. […]