Top 5 Tuesday – Surprising Reads of 2019

Happy Tuesday guys! 🙂 Today was the first really cooold day this year, it was freezing this morning! At least after putting up our Christmas tree I’m slowly getting into the Christmas mood and I can’t wait for my winter break! Anyways, today I’m sharing my top five surprising reads of 2019 (good or bad!) as […]

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April Wrap Up 2019

Oh what a month. I was in a bad reading slump. No idea why. I did finished two out of the three books from my April TBR but the third one was just tough. I think I just wasn’t in the mood for that particular story and because I’m so bad at DNFing or even […]

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WWW Wednesday: Reading Update (17 March ’19)

Hello everybody! I’ve been sick these past days, which has given me less reading time than you would assume. A runny nose and nasty cough don’t really help the cause. I still felt like a quick reading update would be nice! It is pretty consistent with my TBR for this month. Of course you can […]

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Review: Where’d You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple

Title: Where’d You Go, Bernadette Author: Maria Semple Publication Date: August 2012 Genre: Contemporary, Humor, Mystery Synopsis Bernadette Fox has vanished. When her daughter Bee claims a family trip to Antarctica as a reward for perfect grades, Bernadette, a fiercely intelligent shut-in, throws herself into preparations for the trip. But worn down by years of […]

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April TBR 2019

April I am ready! Without further ado, here are the books I plan on reading this month! I will be finishing Where’d You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple from my March TBR! The 7½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle (by Stuart Turton) I’m very excited to read this book! Ever since I saw people rave about […]

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March TBR 2019

New TBR! Last month wasn’t too great, as you can see in my Feb Wrap Up. I hope this month’s different! Here’s the books I want to read in March! I will also be finishing the book I didn’t finish last month (The Humans by Matt Haig)! The Kind Worth Killing (by Peter Swanson) I […]

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