Top Ten Tuesday: favorite places to read

It’s Tuesday everyone and that can only mean one thing: another Top Ten Tuesday hosted by Jana @thatartsyreadergirl. And today is a great topic: I’ll be counting down my top ten fave places to read!! Finding good comfy reading spots is soooo important, so here we go!

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Let’s Talk Bookish – what makes a book a five star read?

It’s been a while since I’ve discussed something and since Let’s Talk Bookish has always been my favorite tag, I am beyond excited to write this post! The tag is hosted by Rukky @eternitybooks and  Dani @ Literary Lion. Today’s question What makes a book a five star read is not actually today’s topic, but I didn’t really know what to write for today’s question and so researched a few older ones and found this AWESOME question by M.T. Wilson @ The Last Book on the Left – so let’s get into it!

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WWW Wednesday

It feels so good to get back into the game and restart all the weekly book tags and WWW Wednesday has always been one of my faves. I am currently in Vienna visiting my family, sitting on the terrace and looking at the garden and I am planning to stay right here and read a LOT OF BOOKS. I hope that works – but for now, let’s look at my current reading situation!

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Reading update – I’m back!

Hi everyone, it’s been quite a while! I graduated high school which was quite a ride: so many good byes, parties and now I am finally able to relax and never think about school ever again (until I start Uni in October). Now I am on holiday with my family and I finally have the time to continue reading. I’m back and better than ever and so first things first: here’s a reading update!

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First Impressions: Chain of Iron

I guess first impressions are a bit wide-fetched since I am 200 pages in and the story is already super developed. But since the book is 600 pages long, I guess I’ll write one anyways because I have MILLIONS of thoughts…

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A Court of Thorns and Roses – Review

Wow – I’m back after five months and it feels awesome! If you were wondering, I took an extreme break because of my high school finals, but now they’re over, I’m on the train to take a mini vacation with my best friend and is there a better way than to use this opportunity to start writing again? Anyways, I have not read much, but I did finish Sarah J Maas’ amazing book A Court of Thorns and Roses, so here’s a review!

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Normal People – Review

After three weeks of complete silence, I have managed to show myself again. Online school started again, I only have my main courses and exams in school and that was such a stressful arrangement for me… So I didn’t have any time to read for three weeks up until Tuesday after finishing my last exam: and then I power-read Normal People by Sally Rooney in two days. Here are my thoughts!

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2020 Reading Wrap-Up

HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE!! I hope you all had the chance to celebrate with your loved ones, with or without lockdown. I spent my evening at a friend’s house and so that was great, but we went to bed waaaay to late and so all I’m doing today is watching How I Met Your Mother for the hundredth time and writing this post. Anyways: here’s my bookish year, favorites, disappointments, and everything else that happened on this blog!

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Let’s Talk Bookish: reading resolutions

Well, 2021 here we come – happy new year everyone! And with a new year, we all have our new year’s resolutions and sphere we go with my bookish (and personal included as well) resolutions! And not to forget: the discussion is as always hosted by  Dani @Literary Lion and Rukky @Eternity Books!

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