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Blogging Break

Hi everyone! I've come to you with sad news. Unfortunately, I have to take a break from blogging and reading. Life has been a bit difficult lately and I don't have much time to do be active here, nor to read any books (and generally enjoy things I've always enjoyed). I am hoping to get… Continue reading Blogging Break

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Book Review: Cormorant Lake by Faith Merino

I finally got around to read Cormorant Lake by Faith Merino, a book that has waiting for me for some time! Everything about it intrigued me, especially the mysterious synopsis, and I happily finished it not so long ago. Do you want to know what I thought about it? And then she saw the skinny… Continue reading Book Review: Cormorant Lake by Faith Merino

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Book Review: Jew(ish) by Matt Greene

Hi everone, and welcome to another book review of mine! I'm coming back with a review of a memoir. Jew(ish) is a book that I was very much looking foward to reading. I like to learn about other religions and cultures, and especially how other people find themselves around those religions. Also, the book cover… Continue reading Book Review: Jew(ish) by Matt Greene

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Let’s Talk Bookish #3: How Reading Affects Mental Health

May is slowly coming up and I'm very happy about it! Do you also think that spring is an incredibly inspirational and warm month? After so many months in lockdown, I do feel we all need some of those sunbeams and flowers blooming everywhere! I think it's also a very good time to start talking… Continue reading Let’s Talk Bookish #3: How Reading Affects Mental Health

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Book Review: Like Streams to the Ocean by Jedidiah Jenkins

I'm coming back with another review, this time it's Jedidiah Jenkins's Like Streams to the Ocean: Notes on Ego, Love, and the Things That Make Us Who We Are. The book captured my interest when I was looking for something more inspirational to read, and so there we are! Do you want to know what… Continue reading Book Review: Like Streams to the Ocean by Jedidiah Jenkins

The Classics Club

The Classics Club: The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

Anne Frank's diary is regarded as one of the most important books about WW2 and of the most important world classics too. February/March is also said to be Anne Frank's death anniversary (her exact date of death is unknown) and I thought I would commemorate it by reading the book. It's been on my TBR… Continue reading The Classics Club: The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank