End of the year | book tag

I recently saw Danielle @ the chronicles of danielle doing this tag and I since it's a brilliant tag I decided to do it myself. The End of the Year Book Tag is orginally created by Ariel Bissett. You can find her video and the questions here. Are there any books you started this year that… Continue reading End of the year | book tag


autumn aesthetic xvii

Hello! Long time no see, but I'm here to tell you about a super-fun challenge me and Ester @aninkworld did. It's a bingo formatted photo/reading/general-living-challenge and it's all inspired by the aesthetics and lovely feelings of autumn. The challenge is based on Instagram in the hashtag #autumnaesthetic17, but it continues over at Pinterest, Spotify and… Continue reading autumn aesthetic xvii

Top Ten Tuesday: First books I find in my Instagram feed

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every week there's a theme that lets you share your top ten something. This week is a Throwback Freebie, so I thought I'd go all the way back my Bookstagram feed and see what I find. I'm not sure where the… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: First books I find in my Instagram feed

Recension: Allt jag inte sa

Allt jag inte sa av Yrsa Walldén Utgiven: 2017 av Vox Hur berättar jag om den här fantastiska boken? Någon slags sammanfattning så att det blir tydligare med vad jag pratar om till att börja med kanske.     Tänk att flytta till en helt ny stad utan att känna en enda människa. Tänk att… Continue reading Recension: Allt jag inte sa

Bookish “past-present-future” tag (#2)

Yup, it's that time again. I haven't posted in weeks and don't *really* have anything to write, so I'm crawling back to the tag I only do for absolute emergencies. A few months ago I came up with the PAST-PRESENT-FUTURE book tag, and now, here we are again. This tag is basically just about writing about… Continue reading Bookish “past-present-future” tag (#2)