One of my big bookish goals is to find THE Chick-Lit novel. Some may find this task very easy, since all Chick Lit is for them is fun, entertaining and quick. And yes, obviously that’s why I like Chick Lit too, but for my ultimate Chick-Lit novel I would like to have a little more… Read More Stereotypes and Tropes in Chick Lit | Analysis
I was very excited starting my poetry book club. Now, two months left, I am feeling very underwhelmed. Just like in those relationships you jump in way too quick, because you are so excited, but then you realize, it‘s just not working. I was hoping that having this poetry book club would be extremely rewarding.… Read More Breaking up with Dead or Alive Poets Society | A Reflexion
Everybod knows I am a huge supporter of modern poetry, so I am giving every rising poet the chance they deserve. And as much as I can see Rupi Kaur develope in this collection, it’s just not enough for me. I wish I could have given it 3 stars, but looking at all the other… Read More the sun and her flowers by Rupi Kaur | Short Review
I would like to thank everyone who asked me questions (as I forced them to on Twitter, so sorry guys!), I do feel like it could be very interesting to answer questions other than from tags! So let’s start! My lovely friend Amy asked me some very interesting, very Amy-like questions 😀 : What is… Read More Q&A | Because I just really like to talk about myself
I was just tagged by my boo, Hélène, to do the “When I Grow Up Book Tag” like an hour ago. And because my Saturday nights consist of writing and reading anyways at the moment, I thought I would do it immediately. Here’s Hélène’s fantastic version: (She also linked the creator which I was too… Read More When I Grow Up Book Tag | aka I was a weird kid.
So, I will not go into my usual talk on how I am surprised how they can get better and better with every box, but HONEY, do they get better and better! Also, I will actually try and link something from the artists from now on, which honestly, how did I not? Let’s start now,… Read More October Zine-O-Matic Subscription Box | Review
I just finished “The Humans” by Matt Haig. It’s a little wonder. And it taught me a lot: It taught me …that a book can make you laugh and cry, sad and happy within a change of seconds and you will adore this emotional rollercoaster. …that we need to stop tryin to put things into… Read More What “The Humans” taught me | A Musing