Bookish List · End of the Year Post

The Best Books We Read In 2020: YA Edition

Hello friends! Today Sabrina and I brought you another end of the year post, this time one about our favorite young adult reads of the year. While 2020 was, by all accounts, a horrible year, we found many new favorites and we can't wait to share them with you today. So, without further ado, let's… Continue reading The Best Books We Read In 2020: YA Edition

Book Recommendation

Book Recommendations Based on Taylor Swift’s Evermore

While the release of folklore was shocking - after all, Taylor Swift tends to meticulously plan her releases, sharing all kinds of easter eggs with her fans in the process - I think I can speak for the both of us when I say that evermore came as even more of a surprise. I don't… Continue reading Book Recommendations Based on Taylor Swift’s Evermore

End of the Year Post

A Reflection on Our Year, ft. Life, Blogging, Reading

Hello friends! As we get closer and closer to the end of this wretched year, we decided to share five end of the year posts with you. We've been working on these for a few weeks, so we're excited to see your reaction to them. 🤎 Today, we brought you a sort of general recap… Continue reading A Reflection on Our Year, ft. Life, Blogging, Reading

Book Recommendation · Bookish List

Short Reads For the End of the Year

Hello friends! Vera here, and I'm ready to flood your to-read lists with shorter books you can consume extremely quickly. In the past couple of years, I've been known to set my yearly reading goal to a number I can easily reach, however, as someone who used to aim for a challenging number, I know… Continue reading Short Reads For the End of the Year

Book Recommendation · Non-Bookish

Recommending Books Based On My Favorite Albums

Hello friends, Vera here. As I was working on our folklore blog post, I thought about all the other albums I adore and how I've never had the chance to showcase them on here. I wanted to change that and thus the idea for this post was born. Unlike in our folklore post, I won't… Continue reading Recommending Books Based On My Favorite Albums

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Recommending My Favorite Podcasts

Hello friends! Back in March, right around the time the lockdown kicked in in Hungary, I discovered the wondrous world of (fictional) podcasts. I've talked about some of them on the blog before, particularly about my favorites, however, I felt like it was time to bring you a full post where I can introduce my… Continue reading Recommending My Favorite Podcasts

Book Recommendation · Bookish List · Seasonal Event

Holiday Gift Guide for Book Lovers

Hello friends! Vera here, this time with a holiday gift guide for those of you who would like to spoil your loved ones with books this holiday season. Or yourselves.. it's 2020, we all deserve to spoil ourselves, me thinks. 😊 For those of you who do not celebrate Christmas, this list can also work… Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide for Book Lovers

book review

One of the Most Intricately Plotted Novels Ever: Plain Bad Heroines by Emily M. Danforth

Hello friends! I'm breaking our usual schedule a bit by giving you an extra post today, outside of our usual schedule, but I couldn't not write a review for this magnificent novel. I really hope you'll enjoy this review and that I can convince you to pick up Plain Bad Heroines or discuss it with… Continue reading One of the Most Intricately Plotted Novels Ever: Plain Bad Heroines by Emily M. Danforth

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{Mini Reviews} Two Hollywood Romances

Hello friends! Vera here, and I've brought you two Hollywood romance novels I really enjoyed back in August. They gave me lots of comfort and made me happy as hell, which is why I wanted to share them with you today. I think we can all use a bit of those things right now. 💛… Continue reading {Mini Reviews} Two Hollywood Romances

book review · Seasonal Event

A Rundown of All the Spooky Books I Read During October

Hello friends, Vera here! Even though Spooky October is over (booo) I still want to discuss the spooky books I read last month. I think horror, mystery, and thriller are genres well suited for cold fall and winter days / nights when you can curl up with a mug of tea and a warm blanket… Continue reading A Rundown of All the Spooky Books I Read During October