I tried different authors, settings and storylines, but I still kept hitting upon these patterns. Did you notice them too? Continue reading Am I imagining things or these patterns do happen in modern female-authored literature?
I’ve officially been to and returned from my first blogging slump! Continue reading New blogsistential questions
It’s a book catalogue in a form of fiction, it’s also a story about a book store owner and the way his life changes when an item disappears from his store. Continue reading Not only did I not drop The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin, I actually quite enjoyed it
How I tricked my brain into not buying more books. Continue reading Wishlist as a life hack for buying less books
They are not typical audiobooks but they are great entertainment. Continue reading Audio shows: Lunch and Victorian Secrets
A very entertaining and beautiful book that I generally liked but still very much disliked at some places. Continue reading The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Starting my journey from the shores of Africa to discover lives, generations and history. A post about a new saga inside a marvelous cover. Continue reading Teleported to the Zambezi river while reading The Old Drift by Namwali Serpell
A review of the book about women who got themselves into an impossible situation but still managed to drag through it without any memorable events or adventures. Continue reading A River of Stars and other unnecessary details
This day last month I wrote my first post. It feels a lifetime away. There have been fifteen titles altogether. Five of them are actual books and ten of them are audiobooks. The recap of the first month is in the post. Continue reading My blog is one month old!