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Books I actually recommend from my October reading

I read quite a bit this month and most of it was good but some... some I just didn't necessarily enjoy, you know? Read this post to see what I actually recommend from my reads and what I think you should look forward to 😉 Hello, hello! Today we talk about October success stories with… Continue reading Books I actually recommend from my October reading

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October TBR

For some, October means Halloween. For others, it's pumpkin spice frenzy. For me, it's that cliche sweater weather and hot tea and rain and .. did you think I forgot? Books. Books. Hello, hello and happy Wednesday! Ready for a TBR? I always felt sorry for Wednesdays. We hate Mondays, we sober up on Tuesdays,… Continue reading October TBR

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August TBR – your recommendations

Hello, hello! Soooo, I did this thing again where I ask you, my readers, to decide my TBR list ❤ I am super excited to read these 3 books that you came up with and add my own to this list, so here we go! 🌸 To kill a kingdom by Alexandra Christo Asha recommended… Continue reading August TBR – your recommendations

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Just listen | Ascultă-ți inima | Sarah Dessen

“There comes a time when the world gets quiet and the only thing left is your own heart. So you'd better learn the sound of it. Otherwise you'll never understand what it's saying.” That was pretty much the whole vibe of the book. It felt like a confession. Goodreads synopsis (modified): Last year, Annabel was… Continue reading Just listen | Ascultă-ți inima | Sarah Dessen

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Eternal | Craig Russell

Hello, hello! I don't know about you, but I wouldn't have guessed, not in a million years, that I would be reviewing a detective thriller. This book was a recommendation from a friend of mine and I confess I did not want to read it at first. This kind of books are really not my… Continue reading Eternal | Craig Russell

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Goodreads’Reading Challenge so far: wins

The books that left me speechless, teary, books that I want to re-read ( and I never re-read books) or simply books that I really enjoyed in spite of not being marvellous.