Tagged with Jane Austen

Reading Update: June

Reading Update: June

Novels: 7 Novellas/short stories: 0  Graphic novels: 0 Total: 7 Total: 2 524 pages Finished series/trilogies/duologies: 0 Started series/trilogies/duologies: 2  Completed challenges: 1  A classic romance – Persuasion Written in the 19th century by the queen of classic romance, Jane Austen. 3 Favourite Covers: Half Bad The Wrath and the Dawn More Happy Than Not … Continue reading

Book Haul: February

Book Haul: February

I’m a little bit late, I know (sorry about that), but here you have all the books that I got in February :) First of all, my lovely friends gave me Percy Jackson’s Greek Gods by Rick Riordan, as a belated christmas gift. :D If you saw my February wrap-up, you know that I read it … Continue reading

Reading Update: August

Reading Update: August

Ah, another month has gone by, and a new batch of amazing books has been read. Nothing could make me happier. :) Novels: 8 Novellas/short stories: 1 Total: 3 331 pages Finished Series/Trilogies/Duologies: 1 Started Series/Trilogies/Duologies: 1 3 Favourite Covers: Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe Isla and the Happily Ever After … Continue reading

Reading Update: June

Reading Update: June

Hey guys :) The first month of the summer is over, and it’s once again time for another update on what I’ve been reading these past 30 days. :) Novels: 8 Novellas/short stories: 0 Total: 3352 pages Finished Series/Trilogies/Duologies: 1 Started Series/Trilogies/Duologies: 1 3 Favourite Covers: Since You’ve Been Gone Wonder Struck Jellicoe Road 3 … Continue reading

Beautiful Covers and Indecision

Beautiful Covers and Indecision

I’m pretty sure that all of you are well aquainted with the fact that there are some pretty darn lovely book covers in the world. This in itself isn’t a problem (no problem at all)…until you have to choose one out of many different, but equally gorgeous, editions. *Le sigh* For a while now, I’ve been … Continue reading

Quote of the Day

Quote of the Day

“Vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used synonymously. A person may be proud without being vain. Pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves, vanity to what we would have others think of us.” – Jane Austen (Pride and Prejudice)

Day 10 – Favourite Classic Book

Hello fellow readers :) This is actually really easy, mainly because I haven’t read that many classics. I would like to try more in the future, but for now, my favourite classic book is… Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen For those who don’t know, Pride and Prejudice was written 1813 by a woman called … Continue reading