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Birthday Haul!

Birthday Haul!

Hi :) I guess this is a bit later than I had planned, but better late than never, right? :) About two weeks ago I turned 17, and now I thought I would show you some of the goodies I got (SPOILER ALERT: *whispers* most of them are books). Are You Ready? Are You? You … Continue reading

Tag: The Literary Dinner Party

Tag: The Literary Dinner Party

Hey!  Soooo, I’m having a small break from school (yay! :D), which means I finally have some time to do something actually enjoyable :). I know this tag is kind of old, but it seemed fun, and I really need something bright and shiny right now :). It’s originally from youtube, and was created by … Continue reading

I Have an Addiction

Is it weird that I can spend  hours in front of my bookshelf, staring at the rows of books with a big smile on my face? Is it weird that I sometimes pick them up, feel them, stroke them over their covers, open them up and take a long, slow breath. Is it weird that … Continue reading

Quote of the Day

Quote of the Day

“Without pain, how could we know joy?’ This is an old argument in the field of thinking about suffering and its stupidity and lack of sophistication could be plumbed for centuries but suffice it to say that the existence of broccoli does not, in any way, affect the taste of chocolate.” – John Green (The … Continue reading

Day 28 – Favourite Title

Lets see…. Maybe I should start by telling you what I want need from a title. Shall we start? :) It must be interesting! The cover and the title are the two things I will notice first in a  book. I don’t wanna judge by the cover, but honestly, if it doesn’t interest me the … Continue reading

Day 17 – Favourite Cover

Today I will show some of my favourite covers :D. There will only be covers from the books I have read, since there are BILLIONS of gorgeous covers out there and it would take me all week to choose. Sounds good? :) Let the games begin! So, there you had some of my favourite covers … Continue reading

Day 16 – Favourite Female Character

Hello :D I’m just going to do this the same way I did it yesterday…by cheating ;) My 10 Favourite Female Main Character Right Now Beatrice “Tris” Prior (Divergent) Tris was absolutely one of my favourite heroins last year. She is strong, brave, smart, brutal, kind, selfless and selfish, all at the same time. She … Continue reading

Day 15 – Favourite Male Character

If you have read my previous posts, I think you know were this is going…. My 10 Favourite Male Main Characters…Right Now Todd Hewitt (Chaos Walking) I’m seriously, completely in love with Todd Hewitt…and I don’t know why. He isn’t your usual swoon-worthy male character, but it’s just something about him. I want him to … Continue reading

Day 14 – Favourite Quote

Favourite quote…of like, ever? Out of every written word I have ever read? You know that’s impossible, right? So instead, I have decided you will get one quote I really like, from every book I have on my favourites-list on Goodreads :). Sounds good? Here we go :) “It is a strange thing, but when … Continue reading

Day 11 – Favourite Pairing

Hey :D So once again, since this is not humanly possible, I will list my 5 favourite pairings instead of only one. You okay with that? Good :). They are not in any particular order. Some day I might be able to do that. but that day ain’t this day. Prepare yourself ;) 1. Anna and St. … Continue reading

Quote of the Day

Quote of the Day

“Much of my life had been devoted to trying not to cry in front of people who loved me, so I knew what Augustus was doing. You clench your teeth. You look up. You tell yourself that if they see you cry, it will hurt them, and you will be nothing but a Sadness in … Continue reading

Day 06 – A Book That Makes You Sad

Up until recently, I rarely cried while reading books. I could read about thousand deaths without shedding a single tear. I felt sad, sure, but not cry-my-heart-out-sad. Now I can cry for half an hour simply because a book is over (aka Unravel Me) You know what I blame? I blame the stars… The Fault … Continue reading