Book Meme

Let’s Talk Bookish #1: Why Do You Blog

It's the end of January, can you believe it? Time flies by super quickly when you're in once again another lockdown! Luckily, with some more free time, I've managed to slightly update my blog and take care of its visual side. I'm really happy to see me gaining new skills and expanding my blog, so… Continue reading Let’s Talk Bookish #1: Why Do You Blog

The Classics Club

The Classics Club: Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

My second book this year, and this time it's Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. I started reading Little Women shortly before Christmas, to get into this cosy, pleasant Christmas vibe. I couldn't wait to start it as it's one of the books that's been on my very personal TBR list for so so long.… Continue reading The Classics Club: Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

The Classics Club

The Classics Club: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain

My third book from the Classics Club challenge has been finished and this time it's The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain! I read it for the first time when I was around 10/11 year old, so it's been actually the second time I had Tom Sawyer in my hands! I've always found Mark… Continue reading The Classics Club: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain

Review

Book Review: Greek Mythology: Gods and Heroes Brought to Life by Robert Garland

Robert Garland's book found me at the right place and at the right time. I've had Greek mythology on my mind for some time and I really wanted to come back to the famous myths, preferably in a different setting than Percy Jackson's stories 😉 Luckily enough, I've been granted this book for a review,… Continue reading Book Review: Greek Mythology: Gods and Heroes Brought to Life by Robert Garland

The Classics Club

The Classics Club: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

This is my second book from the Classics Club challenge, and this time it's Mary Shelley's Frankenstein! I decided to go for this one due to the spooky season vibes, and also because I haven't been reading a lot of Gothic literature (luckily or unluckily...?); Frankenstein seemed like an obvious choice then. Besides, I've heard… Continue reading The Classics Club: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

Recommendation

4 uplifting books to read during difficult times of second lockdown

Mental health has become such an important issuse since the last couple of months that I decided to make a post about some reading recommendations for all of us who feel a little bit discouraged during this time. I think it's incredibly important now to stay safe and healthy, both physically and mentally, and one… Continue reading 4 uplifting books to read during difficult times of second lockdown

Review

Book Review: The Mermaid from Jeju by Sumi Hahn

Another review of a historical fiction book coming from me today, this time dealing with the history of Korea after World War II. The Mermaid from Jeju captivated me with its description and cover design (once again!) and I'm very happy that I've been given a copy of this book in exchange for a review.… Continue reading Book Review: The Mermaid from Jeju by Sumi Hahn