I love a spooky read when it also has a gorgeous cover! When I saw this book around, it definitely attracted my attention and couldn’t resist. It has a beautiful design with copper details, and it will take its precious place in my library 🙂 Also, the headline on the blurb says: “Some houses are … More Happy Halloween with The Lost Ones!
Hello friends! Here’s my compressed wrap up again, for the month of September, for those of you who just want to have a quick look through what I read in the month. I love looking at these very condensed and crisp wrap ups on Instagram. So, I’m carrying it over to my blog every month. … More September Wrap Up, 12 books!
Hi friends! Today, I’m here for another book review that I’m excited about, because it’s one of those books you keep thinking about. Also, it’s one of the most beautiful cover designs of the year in my opinion. The reason is not because it’s so pretty only, it’s because it reflects the book so well. … More A story of 2 siblings, a childhood home & secrets behind: The Dutch House
I’ve been lucky enough to escape cold weather waiting in London, going through my unread summer books lately 🙂 This one took me by surprise, so I couldn’t resist writing a review right away. Although it was quite hyped, somehow I didn’t expect this book to affect me this much. “Havana is like a woman … More A visit to Cuban history: Next Year In Havana
I remember my reactions when I started this book, all the questions I asked myself during the first pages: “Which genre is this? Oh, it’s a coming of age story! Hmmm, also lots of historical references…But, I know there will be some magic…Interesting” “Is this her FIRST book? Who’s this author? (checks the background…)” Because, … More A cross-genre beauty: The Ten Thousand Doors Of January
‘After all, there are only a few things truly worth fighting for: freedom, of course, and all that it brings with it. Poetry, perhaps, and a good glass of wine. A nice meal. Nature. Love, if you’re lucky.’ I love this quote and many others from the book 🙂 Benjamin Myers is a favourite author … More A 5 star novel for 5 senses: The Offing
Hello friends! One more month passed and here is my quick and compressed wrap up for those of you, who just want to have a quick look through what I read in the month. I love looking at these very condensed and crisp wrap ups on Instagram. So, I will do these there and on … More August Wrap Up, 9 books!
I read The Diary Of A Bookseller by Shaun Bythell last year and fell in love with it. Of course, as a book lover, I’m always on the hunt for books about books. And, when I saw this book with its beautiful, playful cover, I couldn’t resist. Since then, I was waiting for Confessions Of … More A Book lover’s must read 🙂
Hi friends! Today, I’m happy to announce another giveaway I’m hosting on my Twitter. The Bean Bar, A Chocolate Lover’s Guide To Britain by Andrew Baker is a beautiful non-fiction book for chocolate lovers. This book is a celebration of chocolate-making, designed to locate and bring to a wider audience the fascinating people making good chocolate … More Book Giveaway alert! From Bean To Bar
Well, it’s been ages I haven’t done one of these. I actually had fun making this quick and compressed wrap up for people who just want to have a quick look through what I read in the month. I love looking at these very condensed and crisp wrap ups on Instagram. We were talking with … More July Wrap Up, 15 books!