Non-fiction books that I must read in 2021 – Listed!

Not that I have been the perfect example of sticking to a TBR, I have had a list in my head and have been wanting to check these specific non-fiction books off my list for a while. I have been reading and enjoying more and more non-fiction books, especially political subjects, recently and just find them a great way to broaden my horizon and freshen up on a little knowledge ūüôā – so here’s a list of all the non-fiction must reads for me for the year to come!

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Let’s Talk Bookish: romance as a subplot!

We’re heading into December, slowly but surely, and me and my friends have already baked Christmas cookies and the Christmas playlist has been blasting for more than two weeks (featuring Michael Buble and Motown obviously!). The next two months are filled with exams, we had one today, one next Wednesday and Friday and then like that for the next several weeks – so fun. I hope I still find some time in between: especially for topics like these! Romance as a subplot: I’ll list my faves and least favorites and I guess just about everything that comes to my mind (very structured, right?). And not to forget: the discussion is as always hosted by ¬†Dani @Literary Lion¬†and Rukky @Eternity Books!

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The stuck at home book tag!

I am not actually stuck at home anymore, thank god! We have regular school (even without masks in class!), but the cases are on the rise again in Germany, so you never know what might happen next! Anyways, we all know the feeling too well by now, so let’s get into it! Thanks so much for tagging me, Aria: please check our her awesome blog!!

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Let’s Talk Bookish: the care and keeping of a TBR

October flew by: another Friday, another Let’s Talk Bookish and then I opened my calendar and realized “It’s October 16th”. It’ll all going by too fast, or not fast enough because I am already feeling the Christmas Spirit and have made myself various Chai Lattes with cinnamon and hazelnut milk! But back to the books: here’s all about my TBR! And not to forget: the discussion is as always hosted by ¬†Dani @Literary Lion¬†and Rukky @Eternity Books!

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Let’s Talk Bookish: the pros and cons of book blogging!

WOW – first week of senior year is done and it was super fun, but also stressful and overwhelming. So it’s SUNDAY and I only start writing now. My mom is doing the laundry and we’re watching The Untouchables. Best time to blog, huh: anyways, let’s talk about the pros and cons of book blogging! And not to forget: the discussion is as always hosted by ¬†Dani @Literary Lion¬†and Rukky @Eternity Books!

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Let’s Talk Bookish: wrap up of the latest topics!

It’s been a while since I posted something, so hello September! The tragic truth is that the summer wasn’t as relaxing and blog-productive as I wanted it to be: I worked on (and finished) two presentations and wrote two 30-pages summaries of my main courses for graduation – and so I basically two full weeks with nothing in my head and the rest was work. And so I’ve missed a few things here and one thing I’ve missed the most are the awesome topics of Let’s Talk Bookish, so I’ll wrap them all up: how I encourage others to read, is three stars a good rating and my online persona! And not to forget: the discussion is as always hosted by  Dani @Literary Lion and Rukky @Eternity Books!

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Let’s Talk Bookish: the popularity of YA

WOW, it’s been a long time since I’ve participated in a Let’s Talk Bookish, but this topic is too good to be true not to write a post and so I’ll take a few minutes to write a short post! And not to forget: the discussion is as always hosted by ¬†Dani @Literary Lion¬†and Rukky @Eternity Books!

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Top Ten Tuesday: questions I would ask my favorite authors

I’ve been super inconsistent in posting/checking in on my blog – very sorry for that. I’ve been working really hard on another presentation for school, have been reading Twilight (very guilty of that) and have been living at my aunt’s house for the past week and am having the time of my life alone at home while she’s working: taking hikes, going swimming, reading, working and eating! Anyways, let’s get on with all the questions I would die to ask all my favorite authors!

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Top Ten Tuesday: books I loved but never reviewed!

It’s been quite some time – I’m back. I’ve spent the last week in Vienna, but unfortunately had to work on a presentation for school which had me reading and writing all day long (unfortunately about Presidential Doctrines and not YA fiction!) – and so I haven’t had the desired time continue reading Rivers of London or to create some content for my blog. Well, I managed to take some time off today and so here we are: listing all the books I read and loved, but never reviewed!

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