Do you have good reasons for being afraid of reading a book? I think I do. What do you say?
June sounds like the perfect month for a quiet, cozy TBR. That's why I'm joining the JuneReReadathon! The goal? Re-read at least four of my favorite books.
I have to admit it, I prefer ebooks to physical books... ➵ Paperbacks or hardbacks? Judging a book by its cover? My honest opinions!
Pairing first dates with books I've read depending on their vibe? That's totally something I can do ➵ Check which read was my session of dreamy stargazing, or which one I associated to amusement park adventures
My March TBR list is entirely based on the WHMR and includes books published before I was born, with a female villain, set over 100 years ago, by a trans author, etc.
Alice the Clairvoyant predicts (and gets it all wrong, most surely) her future in books! ➵ 5-star read, 1-star read, next fictional love interest, etc.
Got no self control, and I don't mean cigarettes and alcohol, 'cause when it comes to books I can't say not... ~ Original by Bebe Rexha, spinoff by me.
I should have read those books. I'm judging myself because I haven't. I'm also giving lame excuses to explain why I haven't.
Big fact about me: I am a fan of that sweet, sweet something about a man falling in love. So imagine when there's TWO, and they fall for each other. Here are my five favorite times this happened in a book/series.
It happens to me quite often to stumble upon "doppelgängers from another fandom" when I read new books or watch new movies. In this post, I've gathered some of my favorites, coming from Harry Potter, Six of Crows, Monster Inc., The Night Circus, etc.