May 2019 Wrap-Up

It's June 2nd and you know what that means. Monthly wrap-up! I haven't read a lot in May. Must've been the reading burnout from  the OWLs Readathon. Darkwood by Gabby Hutchinson Crouch Humorous and witty middle-grade novel that is also perfect for adults.     Extraordinary: a story of an ordinary princess by Cassie Anderson … Continue reading May 2019 Wrap-Up

April 2019 & OWLs Readathon Wrap Up

April has officially come to an end. Wow. I don't even know where the days have gone. This month I have read a lot of graphic novels, which is a format I seldom reach out for. However, they where a big help to complete my OWLs exams Nimona by Noelle Stevenson. First book I have … Continue reading April 2019 & OWLs Readathon Wrap Up

February wrap up

100 days of solitude by Daphne Kapsali I bought this book on a whime, back in December, because it was on sale (I think it's still is in the Amazon's monthly deals section or somewhere). It was 0.99€ sounded intriguing. It's a collection of essays, wrote during the 100 days the author spent on a … Continue reading February wrap up

January wrap-up

Adulthood is a myth by Sarah Andersen Sarah Scribbles is a famous web comic series, written by Sarah Andersen, of which this volume is a selection. It's all about becoming adults, and sometimes not being really good at it. It's about the anxiety you sometimes feel, hidden truths about life and the idea that we're all … Continue reading January wrap-up