Let’s Talk Bookish: what makes a good villain?

I’m finally back: the first week of school was a killer and I didn’t have time to read ONE page, or even check up on my blog. So, I’m back, but a day late. Anyways: today I’ll be discussing a good villain – what makes a good villain and personal favorites! Let’s Talk Bookish is as always hosted by Rukky @Eternitybooks!

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Top Ten Tuesday: my bookish party!

Here we go again, two days back in school and it’s a totally different world: I can’t hug my friends, no group work, only some special courses and everything with a great distance. The only two big advantages: one of my best friends is staying at my house because hers is too far from school to drive there every day for only two hours to spend there – and we all get to bike to school together. That’s my corona update, here we go now with the bookish part. I invite you all to my bookish party and will describe it!

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April Wrap-Up + May TBR!

I’m a day late and I haven’t posted much lately: I’ve had a very stressful home-school week as we start school on Monday (the seniors, 2 meters apart and I’m super happy to see my friends again, but waking up at 6.30am again is going to be torture) and I had the worst migraine yesterday – so I was super inactive ­čśŽ But anyways: here are all the books/ bookish things about last month and my reading goals for May!

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The Harry Potter Film Binge Quiz + tag along!

I recently did the Rather Difficult Harry Potter Quiz and I really enjoyed doing it as well as writing the post, so here’s another one! You can tag along here, I’ll always post the question and then you can scroll down a little to get the answer, or do the complete quiz here. Let’s go and see if watching the movies for at least 20 times each payed off!

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Top Ten Tuesday: books I wish I’d read as a child!

It’s Tuesday, I’m currently watching Blacklist with my mother, but just now her friend called and she doesn’t seem to stop talking any time soon – so here we go! Here are the books I wish I’d read as a child – some of them I read later, some of them I never had the chance to catch up on!

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