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 [...]

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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 [...]

Christmas Wishlist – Book Edition

WINTER IS COMING! With Christmas fast approaching, I don't know which books to stock up on, in order to be all set for the Holidays. I have been meaning to buy some series like the Vampire Academy and the Divergent series since I have only read them in ebook and I would really like to [...]

Orlando by Virginia Woolf

I read this novel last year for my English Literature class and I have to tell you, I was not impressed. I struggled to keep up with Woolf's unique -chaotic- writing style. I appreciate the fact that she tries to introduce a being that lives for hundreds of years and that is ultimately gender fluid. [...]

Reading The Classics

If you keep track of my Goodreads and Instagram accounts you will see many of the classics there. Jane Austen, Emily Bronte, Shakespeare, Mary Shelley, Oscar Wilde, Victor Hugo etc. It is not just because I am an English Literature student, I mean of course t played a huge part and I discovered more and [...]

1984

“Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past.” I love dystopias! No secret there, but you didn't know about me is the fact that Orwell's "1984" was the novel that made me love them. I absolutely recommend this book because it is a book that gets you thinking! Similar [...]