Keeping in check with my post from some time ago, of filling up our tanks with positivity, today I share with you some bloggers I follow and you should too. From life style to bookish stuff, they are people who bring joy to my days.
The book I bring you today is quite probably one you have already read. I only read it last week but I think I read it at the best of times. Because it turns out to be a glimmer of hope in these times we are living.
You may see a trend coming here and you are right. I plan on bringing in the front line as many people as I can from as many domains as I can, who make a change, who bring good content and can shine a light in these times!
Three people. Three different lives. Three strangers. Nothing connects them, except maybe the fact that they can't seem to get a break, all things bad happen to them and peace seems to be escaping through their fingers. Why put them in the same novel then?
If you're done with all the fake news, panic inducing articles and craze, stop. Click this post. We're gonna talk about some fun and positive things. Shall you join me?
Here we are, talking about the last book of the series. I read the Grisha trilogy really, really late, but in the context of a Netflix series being announced, I think it's for the best 🙂 Let's see what happened in this one and how the series did overall.
I finished this 2 days ago and I am left..... meh? I am however thrilled to have known a new character that, ladies and gents, I have claimed as my fictional boyfriend. Read on to meet him!
Haaaaallellujah, haaaaallelujah, hallelujah hallelujah, halleeeeeeeeeeeeelluuuuuujaaaaaah!!!! You got my excitement? GOOD! Coz it's big and it's great and I am having a moment here. Join me?
It was my birthday this Saturday, I have 26 years to my name and a lot of white hairs. Starting a few years ago, I began taking mom on trips. Part because it's my way of repaying her years of taking care of me, a devilish baby, part because she is one fantastic human being… Continue reading 5 things I learned from my time in Sweden with mom
Reading this book, it dawned on me that the process and act of translation is vital in literature. Why? Because this book is a masterpiece and I want to share it with the entire world, yet it can only be found in romanian, bulgarian and . However, readers from all over the planet, keep your… Continue reading Inocenții (The innocents) by Ioana Pârvulescu, a masterpiece