Sharing the books of authors I've read before that are being released in 2019 - and I CANNOT. WAIT. OKAY. Want to find out what books? What authors? Then this is the post to be!
If there's one thing I always loathe doing, it's creating wish lists. For some reason, people are never happy with the things I put on them. "Why, Kathy! There are only books on here!" or "Can't you want something that doesn't have to do with reading?" are the most common ones. This means I've had to perfect the art of balancing bookish items with non-bookish items - and I'm going to prove to you it's possible! Or try to..
As I did last season, I'm back with some seasonal goals, a winter bucket list and a seasonal TBR. There's not THAT much on here and I feel like most is achievable so.. Let's take a look!
I honestly didn't really know what to do with today's freebie until I looked at all the post ideas I listed a while ago and.. decided this is the perfect time to look back at this past year. Since starting my blog in June 2017, a lot has happened and changed in my life but.. there have also been changes blog-wise! What better time to look back at those things and cherish them a bit more than at the end of the year with this post, am I right?
Feeling those winter-vibes coming your way yet? Or maybe it's summer drawing nearer and nearer? Whatever the season, there are always those reads that give us all the fluffy feels and that's exactly what I'll be sharing today!
I'm back to doing my own thing with this TTT - yay! Honestly, I simply didn't feel the topic again so I decided to figure out something else.. and.. what's better than having to look through your owned TBR and confront yourself - once more - with all the books you should've read a long time ago?
I don't celebrate Thanksgiving at all. It isn't even all that known in Belgium, as far as I know. We mostly hear about it through television and social media but.. that's about it? I wish we celebrated it over here though. A holiday to be thankful on? To actually show your gratitude? I really think we could all benefit from that.