Harry Potter Illustrated Editions

As you may very well know, I'm a true Potter head at heart. It took my a lot of time to finally acquire the illustrated editions by Jim Kay and I have to day, I don't regret them. The illustrations are truly beautiful and only true Potter heads can appreciate them. I understand that everyone [...]

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JULY TBR

I'm back with one of my favorite type of post, July To Be Read! July is going to be a fairly busy month for me, both work and study wise. But this won't stop me from trying to squeeze everything in my schedule as I find that I am more productive when I have a [...]

Beautiful Spines

I didn't always pay attention to the cover but in the last two years collecting editions has become like a hobby to me. I know it's not always the most sound idea to spend money to books that I may already have or to editions that are costly, but Bookstagram has really "forced my hand [...]

Short stories

I wasn't familiar with the short story world up until the moment I started my studies.  I acquired my bachelor's degree in English Language and Literature in 2018 and I really got to learn a lot about storytelling. I used to think that in order to express your self and to convey meaning and hidden [...]

Why I read Wuthering Heights every year 

I have a problem. I recognize this. I try to fight it but it's all in vain. I ready Wuthering Heights every year and here is why: The Moors. I'm so in love with England's countryside and the way the moors are described. Scenery and setting are key in this novel. The characters are so real. They [...]

A Court of Thorns and Roses – Review

"I love you," I said, and stabbed him.  I decide that this book series deserves individual posts or this would end up just one huge babbling run on blog post 😂 So, starting off with the book that had me hooked with Sarah J Maas' writing, A Court of Thornes and Roses (ACOTAR). The book is a modern [...]