Spring cleaning tag

Hey everyone! Spring is definitely in full swing today - this long weekend has been filled with great sunny weather and I know we all love it! I'm here to give to you the Spring Cleaning Tag. Though I don't often do tags in this blog, I was at a loss as to what to … Continue reading Spring cleaning tag

A deeply moving story of family and love: Pachinko by Min Jin Lee

A gently captivating story, written in an uncommonly simple way that surprisingly was able to bring tears to my eyes, Min Jin Lee weaves years of the life of a family, from generation to generation in this groundbreaking novel. Pachinko starts with a new couple in Korea, in love with each other yet not blessed … Continue reading A deeply moving story of family and love: Pachinko by Min Jin Lee

January reading wrap up

Happy February everyone! January was a month of happiness for me, despite the cold winds and rain here at home I've been busy running my life with lots of eventful things that are making me very excited for the rest of the year. Reading-wise I've been pretty productive, finishing quite some books and getting ahead … Continue reading January reading wrap up

10 books to read this autumn

Autumn is definitely well under way where I am here, with cold crisp air, the trees turning yellow and brown, the occasional rainy days. Rainy days are the perfect excuse to stay at home under the blanket and read, and in this post I have five books with autumn vibes that I'd recommend and an addition five books that I would love to read this autumn. Let's get on right to it!