Sunday Post. It Smells Like Autumn

Sunday, 14 October 2018

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How's everyone doing? I've been feeling better (I still have a few downs, but I'm fighting all this whirlwind of emotions) and thankfully Autumn has arrived in full force. Beautiful leaves fall from the trees, rainy nights, warm tea and my cats are already fighting for the better spot on my bed (the closest to me, the better... but only because I'm a source of warmth not because they are also fighting for my love). It finally smells like Autumn!

When Books Glow by Midnight. Halloween Reads

Saturday, 13 October 2018


Well, well, well, what have we here? Obviously, all my Halloween-related posts will heavily feature The Nightmare Before Christmas. I promise will try not to gush too much about all its nightmarish amazing-ness. As I promised yesterday, I'm sharing with you all the creepy stories to add to your Halloween book pile. Okay, not all the creepy reads or this would be a very-long-and-certainly-infinite article. I'm just sharing some of my favourite books that give me Halloween vibes (some are hidden gems that deserve more hugs) and hopefully I'll ruin someone's book ban. *evil laugh*

Cover Reveal. The Whatever End

Friday, 12 October 2018

I'm so excited to share with you the cover of The Whatever End by Lindsey Frydman. So bummed this book hasn't been released yet because it would be such a perfect Halloween read - a girl that can see the end to someone's life with a simple touch?! Screams Halloween! (Visit my blog tomorrow if you want to add to your Halloween book pile all the creepy reads). Before we get to the cover, I would like to thanks to YA Bound Book Tours and Entangled Teen (it's becoming one of my favourite publishers) for this opportunity. Now, the cover *drum rolls*

Blogoween. Halloween Creatures Tag 2.0

Monday, 1 October 2018


This is Halloween! This is Halloween! Halloween! Halloween! Hallow-een! I love the creepy atmosphere, so I couldn't resist joining the Halloween Creatures Tag 2.0 hosted by Anthony @ Keep Reading Forward. I haven't officially joined Blogoween (sadly, I'll never be able to post thirteen times in a month), but I'll try to be part of some of the challenges because Halloween and talking about books is a match made in heaven.

Disclaimer: "All hope abandon ye who enter here."

Sunday Post. Hello Autumn, Goodbye September

Sunday, 30 September 2018

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Hello Autumn. Goodbye September. Let Halloween begin! 👻 I'd like to start today's Sunday Post by thanking to everyone who sent me encouraging and comforting messages - Nicci, Evelina, Sam, Becky, AJ, Samantha, Brittany and Nicole. Thank you for taking your time to read my depressing post. Your kind words and support meant a lot. 💕 Some days are better than the others, but slowly I'll recover from this bad place I've fallen in.

And the Books Came Tumbling Down. Autumn Reads

Thursday, 27 September 2018

Cozy nights wrapped around a fluffy blanket, drinking a warm tea and reading a good book with a cat (or two) sleeping on my feet screams Autumn perfection to me. I believe this is the favourite reading season for many bookworms. After all, this is the ideal season for reading long stories with intricate plots and enthralling worlds. It's a season for mysteries, ghosts and nightmarish monsters, and all the magical places that give anyone a bad case of wanderlust. Well, I guess I live in the Autumn all year long. To celebrate the arrival of this magical season, today I'm sharing with you some books that I believe to be perfect Autumn reads.


Sunday Post. Hidden Gems, Deadly Bees and Gloomy Days

Sunday, 16 September 2018

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Another week flies. Soon September will be over and Halloween will be upon us (would anyone be interested in joining a Halloween book bingo? Also, would anyone be interested in a book tag inspired by Spyro?). Anyway, this has been a terrible week for me. I'm sure you're tired of reading about my gloomy mood and I'm so sorry about it. I've no strength (physical and mental) to do anything. All I want is to curl with a blanket around me and a book and forget everything.