It's officially summer! I've decided to do these seasonal TBRs, because I love planning and though most of the times the books I list in my TBRs are still not read, it's still a nice way to show you the books I'm excited to read, or make me more excited for the books I own. … Continue reading Reducing my unread books: Summer TBR!
We're already halfway through 2019, and that's crazy! I have so many books I want to read, and I'm only on 47% through my Goodreads Reading Challenge. Anyways, I don't remember if I was ever tagged in this tag, but I think it's a fun and timely one to do today. Let's jump right into … Continue reading The mid-year freak out tag
I cannot believe we're in June already. Time flies and suddenly 2019 is almost half of the way! In this post as usual I will tell you everything I'm loving and enjoying here and now, from books to crochet, and anything in between. I have been barely catching up with my Goodreads Reading Challenge lately. … Continue reading Here and Now: June
Set in Japan, written by an Indonesian author who lives in Singapore, this book was known as the new emerging Asian mystery novel that is atmospheric with an amazing writing style. What I stumbled upon instead was a main character who is a wet blanket, a mystery that fails to entertain nor intrigue me, and … Continue reading Rainbirds by Clarissa Goenawan
The Muiden Castle, locally known as the Muiderslot, is a daytrip away from Amsterdam, and not a very known trip destination for international visitors. As a person who has been living in Holland for over three years, even I myself did not know this place existed until only recently. However on an uncommonly warm spring … Continue reading Muiderslot: a travel back to Medieval times