I shall see you on Blackfriars Bridge, Tessa. A person who hasn't read The Infernal Devices trilogy by Cassandra Clare, will probably visit one bridge during a vacation in London. And that bridge would probably be the Tower Bridge. However, a person who has read The Infernal Devices series, will head for another bridge while … Continue reading Bookish places: Blackfriars Bridge
On my TBR pile are a lot of books, I've lost the count of them. But what I know for sure is that there are a lot of books which are whether the last books of a series or sequels in general. And I plan to read most of them this year. I thought the … Continue reading Book series I plan on finishing
I'm way too behind on this one due to my holidays which I've spent in London where I couldn't post. I'll try to write these memes in advance, so this won't be happen again. I TRY. For those of you who don't know what this is, it's a weekly hosted meme by Lia from Imaginaryplacesonpaper. … Continue reading Down The TBR Hole Week #7 to Week #11
'Let It Snow' is a book that contains three romance holiday stories written by the authors Maureen Johnson, John Green and Lauren Myracle. The book was published on 2nd october 2008 by the Penguin Group. <WARNING: I try to write spoiler-free reviews but every now and then some things are regarded as spoilers even though … Continue reading Review: ‘Let It Snow’ by Maureen Johnson, John Green & Lauren Myracle
Every year I sit down and make a list. Every damn year. And at the end, I haven't even managed to do half of it. That's why I stopped doing any New Years Resolutions, but this time it feels different. I need to make one or two considering my reading, blogging and drawing habits. So … Continue reading 2017 Reading, Blogging and Drawing Resolutions!
I'm back and so sorry for not being able to post anything. If there's anyone who follows me on Instagram you'd already figured out I've been on holidays in London. Yes. London. (There will be a big post about that!) I thought I could manage some time during my vacation and write one or two blog … Continue reading Has someone missed me?