I have been very inconsistent with posting for many months now. There is no excuse other than that life got busy and I lost motivation to write. Since its summer vacation now, I’m trying to get back to posting on my blog and bookstagram.
Since I haven’t done a monthly wrap-up recently, I decided to make a post of the best books I’ve read so far this year.
Hi everyone! Happy New Year and I wish you all a great year 🙂
Do you all remember me? Its been months now that I’ve been very inconsistent with posting. I started college in August (studying English Literature :D) and life has become very hectic since then. I still need to figure out how to keep up with blogging and bookstagramming.
Here are my most memorable reads from 2018 in no particular order.
I’ve seen a lot of readers say that they don’t like classics. They find them boring and difficult to read which is completely okay. I admit that classics or basically any book can be boring for them and interesting for others. However, I do feel like sometimes readers want to start with or like classics but they don’t know how to. My recommendation is to start with the ones that are most simply written and this post is about that.
Please note that I am no expert on classics and I’m not claiming to be. This list is just recommendations among the ones I have read. Feel free to add some suggestions of your own in the comments. Continue reading “8 Easy Classics To Start With”→
First of all, I’d like to apologize for not actively posting here. I didn’t plan on falling into a blogging slump especially at a time when I do have time to write and post. Anyways, the reason is that I have just started college and things have been busy and stressful and I’ve also been very busy. But I plan to let go of all that and focus on being productive.
Hi everyone! A book haul on this blog is long overdue. So today I’m sharing with you the books I acquired in the last few months.
Stacking The Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga Reviews. It’s all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course Ebooks! If you want to find out more about Stacking The Shelves, please visit the official launch page! Continue reading “Stacking the Shelves #3 ||First 2018 Book Haul (Jan-April)”→
Its that time of the year again when we look back and decide which books we loved the most among all others. For this year, I picked my favorite book from each genre that I read. There are a total of 10 books on this list and they are roughly in order of least loved to most loved. I obviously recommend all of these books. Continue reading “My Favorite Books Of 2017”→
Before I post my favorite reads of the year, I thought it would be fun to show you guys all the books I read in 2017. Since there are 65 books, I’m only going to tell you their names. I have categorized the books according to their genres.
I have been reading longer than I’ve been blogging and because of that, there are many books I’ve read but haven’t mentioned them here. So I went down the reading memory lane and made a list of books I read a long time ago. I have divided them into parts and the next one will up soon as well.
The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants series by Ann Brashares
For the last year or so, I haven’t been big on series. I have started a few series but haven’t completed any. I used to binge read series but I guess I have just lost the patience to do that and I simply read more stand-alones now. So today I’m gonna share with you all the series that I do plan to finish.