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    Write and Read in August: A Reading Challenge for Me by Me

    I am crazy and I know it!!! So, today is 1st August and last year I started to create random reading challenges for myself, because I wanted to increase my reading. Now, 1 year later, I decided to do something even crazier that the last year and push myself until I reach my limits. For this year I decided not only to read more, but also to write more. I have lots of books planned, I’m going to participate in a read-a-thon, which I’m actually hosting. It is the first round of “Inked-LadyBugs-a-Thon”, which I will write more about in a post this or next week. Special about this monthly…

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    BookTube-A-Thon 2017 TBR

    So I decided to participate in BookTube-A-Thon! Hey, readers! Here I am with my TBR for this BookTube-A-Thon. I’m perfectly aware that I’m not BookTuber, or at least not right now, but Ariel said that everybody can participate, so I decided to give this a go and try to read as many books as possible. So, I’m going to write the reading challenges and my pick for them. Also you can go visit the BookTube-A-Thon channel for more! So, let’s go. Reading Challenges: 1. Read a book with a person on the cover For this challenge I’m going to read “Slide” by Jill Hathaway. It have a person on the…

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    Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone: Editions

    Happy 20th Anniversary, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone! Yes, I know, I’m a little bit late, but as a huge Harry Potter fan I decided to acknowledge this huge anniversary by creating some posts about the book and following later about the whole series. I’ve been a fan for 16 years already! I can’t believe how the time flies. 20 years are a lot and as we know it, there is tons of different editions of the books. In this first post I’m going to showcase some of my favorite covers and some iconic covers. I know that I can’t show you everything – they are just way too…

  • Lady Midnight
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    Cassandra Clare – Lady Midnight

    Lady Midnight Author: Cassandra Clare Date read: 24 May 2017 Times read: 2 Book page After the second reading, I can finally write a review… Yes, it took me a whole year to write a review of Lady Midnight. A few days ago, I finished the second reading of the book to prepare for the release of the second book of the trilogy, and I’m glad that I did it. Although it is the first book of a new series, “Lady Midnight” definitely requires you to read the other books of the world of Shadowhunters. Here we get acquainted in detail with Emma and Julian, whom we met in “City…

  • The Goblins of Bellwater
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    Molly Ringle – The Goblins of Bellwater

    The Goblins of Bellwater Author: Molly Ringle Date read: 9 July 2017 Times read:1 Book page ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Really different take on goblins, it must be read… As recently I fell in love with “Wintersong” by S. Jae-Jones, I decided to read more books, which feature goblins and are inspired by them. Luckily, I’ve been approved to receive an ARC and I was so happy, I started it almost immediately. So, in the synopsis it is said, that this book is inspired by the poem “Goblin Market” by by Christina Rossetti, which I never read and I had no…

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    Ashley Poston – Geekerella

    Geekerella Author: Ashley Poston Date read: 17 May 2017 Times read: 1 Book page I loved this book! What can I say? I was so hooked with it and I finished it in 2 sittings. I saw it on BookTube – it was the Booksplosion’s book of the month for April and Jesse, Kat and Christine were talking about it that much, so I decided to pick it up. And I don’t regret at all. It is said that this book is a Cinderella retelling, but I must say that this is the best Cinderella retelling ever. Mix some geeks, some glitter and Cinderella – and voila, a great book…

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    Top 5 Wednesday: Favorite “Unlikable” Protagonists

    Yup, I decided to participate in Top 5 Wednesday. This is my first time and I’m excited to do it from now on. If you don’t know what Top 5 Wednesday is, I suggest you go check the original group in Goodreads. For this week the top 5 is about favorite “unlikable” protagonists, which gave me hard time to think of, but here I am! So, let’s start! Number 5: Cole Emerson (Branded) I knew it from the beginning that there’s something wrong with him, but this doesn’t stopped me to like him. He’s badass in his own way and I want to know more about him for sure. Number…

  • And I Darken
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    Kiersten White – And I Darken

    And I Darken Author: Kiersten White Series: The Conqueror’s Saga, Book 1 Date read: 14 May 2017 Times read: 1 Book page I remember seeing this book on so many BookTube channels – it was in one of Owlcrate’s boxes last year and I heard so much good things about it. And I must say I was very tempted to read it as soon as I saw Bulgaria on the map. I should tell you, guys, that I’m from Bulgaria and I was excited to read YA book, including Bulgaria and East Europe territory. I’ve been obsessed with buying this book for months. But now, I’m glad that I didn’t…