Do you ever read a book so good it makes you worried all future reads are going to disappoint? This book did that for me. Here’s my 5-star book review of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo.
You may also like »Book review: Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste NG«
I am an extremely picky person with all entertainment, so
the fact that I eagerly burned through this book in no less than two
weeks, should say a lot. In this week’s post, I wanted to share my review of
Celeste NG’s Little Fires Everywhere with you.
A personal record for me: for 2019, I had initially set my Goodreads reading challenge to 25 books. When I reached this goal about four months in, I set myself a new challenge to read 40 by the end of the year. I can pat myself on the back, because I fully succeeded with an achievement just shy off 50. Here are the 48 books I read in 2019.
Happy Pride month! Coincidentally, I recently realised I’d read multiple books with bisexual/fluid characters in the past year. That makes me Proud with a capital P, because it means representation is growing and (hopefully) stereotypes are being fought. It is also nice to read something relatable every once in a while. So, for this gay post, I thought I’d do a review on bisexuality in books.
You may also like »Looking Back: My Reading Habits in 2018«
In terms of reading, 2018 was a beautiful year for me. It was the year I rediscovered the library and with that reinvented myself a little bit. As a young girl I’d been a massive bookworm, but I lost this trait when over the years school/uni work piled up. Slowly in my early twenties I started to get back into reading – but then the brilliant services of the public library pushed me into a metaphorical pool of books. It was wonderful. Once again, I have become the bookworm I so much cherished as a little kid. Here’s how I did it.
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