How I experienced the start of my first semester back at uni after covid

This is a different post than usual, but I’ve been thinking about this all week as it’s been my first week with live lectures and not online classes. It’s definetely been a huge change and I wanted to share my thoughts with you on how it affects the every-day life and how we perceive things. So no book-related content for today.

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Top 5 Tuesday: five series I haven’t finished yet

Another week, another Top 5 Tuesday, hosted by Meeghan @Meeghan Reads. I’m super excited to write this post because I have A LOT of unfished series because I have the tendency to LOOOVE the first book and then I start the second one and never end up finishing it… So here we go!

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New books I want to read in 2022 – Listed!

I didn’t have much time to read since I’ve started studying because studying Law involves a lot of reading and then after a long day, I often don’t have time and so instead of reading, I just relax in bed and watch Netflix (a very bad habit). However, I was bought a couple of books and have also been gifted some and I really want to read all of them over the course of 2022. Here’s the list!

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Merry Christmas + Update

Merry Christmas everyone! It’s been a while, I’ve been super busy at university and moving to a new city for the first time in my life. Having a blog and sharing what I’m passionate about still remains a huge part of my life as I think about my blog often and wish I had the strength to write reviews, tags and just keep in touch with all my blogger friends, but the new changes in my life just don’t go well together with continuously posting. I will, however, try and write as much as possible over the next months and years and hope to still find the time to read in my free time! Anways, here’s an update!

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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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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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