Goodreads is a magical place on the Internet for all the book lovers, but do you use it enough? Spoiler alert: I’m a horrible Goodreads user.
Once upon a time, the concept of reading more than one book at once was a foreign concept for me. However, time has changed and now I’m one of those people who read multiple books at one time.
I decided to challenge myself and this time with some European historical books. Let’s take a break from the royal romance fiction and read all about European royalties and how (tragic) their lives was.
Reading slump is the bane of my existence. I’ve encountered some throughout the years and I always want to beat it. These five books have helped me getting through it.
There are a lot of books that I decided to read because of the hype surrounding them in the book community or because of the continuous good reviews of the book, both on blogs or Goodreads.
I prefer reading fiction than non-fiction books. I don’t have any specific reason but I have always been way more attracted to fiction. I also never really interested in what people call coffee-table books until very recently; by that, I meant about 12 hours ago.
The literary world can be very overwhelming with new releases every day. While I’m still looking for ways to find new releases and reads, there are six methods of finding new reads and releases that work for me.
… The super late wrap-up post that I should have posted on the beginning of the month