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‘Friends’ book tag

I know people that say they have watched 'Friends' like 10 times, but let me tell you, I LITERALLY have watched the show like 15 times. Every time I hit the last episode I just start over - the cycle never ends! So it came as a surprise to me that there was a 'Friends' … Continue reading ‘Friends’ book tag

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The end of the year book tag

Are there any books you started this year that you need to finish? - I've started the Mistborn and I'd like to finish the first trilogy this year. I have to read book 3 soon. The next three books I will read later on, when I have more reading time.  Is there a new release … Continue reading The end of the year book tag

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Tag: Favorite and relatable book quotes

I've originally posted this on my main blog (check it out HERE), but also wanted to post it here. I love book quotes and it's hard not to share. I also thought that this would be so much fun as a tag -  if you are reading this - you are tagged. I personally tag: Elise , alwaysbooking and Carrie. … Continue reading Tag: Favorite and relatable book quotes

November reading goals + October wrap-up

Hello November! I know November can be very bleak, cold and depressing and I agree, but November is also my birthday month! So every year I try to make the best of it (and fail every year, but that's a different topic). If you want to check my October Wrap-Up here's the LINK. I read 10 … Continue reading November reading goals + October wrap-up

Monday bookish hang-out (Orphan trope)

Don't know about you, but I definitely had a lot of coffee today. Yummmm. I have an interesting topic in mind: orphan tropes! 90 percent of books we read have a major character who lost his/her parents. Why is that? Orphan characters - overused trope or a character development necessity?  For me it's both: it … Continue reading Monday bookish hang-out (Orphan trope)

WWW Wednesday (October 25)

WWW Wednesday is hosted by Sam at Taking over world of words . The Three Ws are: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next?  Currently reading: The language of thorns by Leigh Bardugo , The inexplicable logic of my life (yuppp, still... I think I'm going … Continue reading WWW Wednesday (October 25)

Monday bookish hangout (DNF)

I feel like I skipped quite a few Mondays - and that's because I'm not good at sticking to the schedule and also I've been busy. So yes, those are my excuses. So get your coffee and let's chat! How do you handle book DNF's? I've asked that question on my GoodReads and I'm asking … Continue reading Monday bookish hangout (DNF)

Am writing: again (October 20)

But no really, I am actually writing. Again. But shhhh, you might scare this phenomenon away. I wrote about 3000 words yesterday! That's huge for me. Today I wrote about 300, but I will take 300 over 0 words any day. Yesterday I also wrote a villain in. And I wasn't even having a villain. … Continue reading Am writing: again (October 20)

Overused phrases in (mostly YA) books. Part 1

We all been there - reading phrases in books over and over, and over again. Rolling our eyes so hard that our eyeballs hurt - no, just me? Is there a universal "overused phrases" dictionary that authors constantly pull from? Here are some of the few that I find most annoying.  "She/he released a breath … Continue reading Overused phrases in (mostly YA) books. Part 1

WWW Wednesday (October 18)

Wednesday always sneaks up on me! Weeks fly by so quickly.  WWW Wednesday is hosted by Sam at Taking over world of words . The Three Ws are: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next?  Currently reading : Unbelievable (Pretty little liars #4) . Which by … Continue reading WWW Wednesday (October 18)

WWW Wednesday (October 11)

WWW Wednesday is hosted by Sam at Taking over world of words . The Three Ws are: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next?  Currently reading: And then there were none by Agatha Christie. This is a re-read for me and I am loving it!  Recently finished … Continue reading WWW Wednesday (October 11)