Inspired by an old Top Ten Tuesday topic (from June 2018), I decided to look into my recent reading history and put together 10 books that awaken the travel bug in me.
How can I resist a tag that involves recommending books? Isn't this what all bookworms enjoy to do? 🙂 Thank you Ally for creating this amazing tag! Let's go!
A list of amazing women from fiction books. Fighters and scientists, mothers and carers, these women shaped the imaginary words from which they come from. Happy 8th of March! 💐
Inspired by Top Ten Tuesday, today I share with you a list of books to read this fall. All these books remind me of autumn - either I read them during autumn-ish days, or the mood of the book takes me to autumn land. If any of the books catch you attention, you can read … Continue reading Ten books to read this fall (Top Ten Tuesday)
Mangoes and books - how could I resist doing this tag? It was super educational and fun to write this post, as I learnt so many things about mangoes in India! ❤
I do not usually read series and I like to experiment reading new authors, so there are not many chances to read many books by the same writer. However, there are some exceptions, as you'll see in this post.
If you want to find out what I'm reading in April, keep on reading this post. Spoiler: historical fiction and mystery adventures 🙂
The Cemetery of Forgotten Books is my favourite series and it charmed my heart with a great mix of intrigue, mystery, gothic fiction, and unexpected plot twists.
If you want to find out what I read in March, keen on reading 🙂
What would you say about a literary holiday this summer? A useful tool for planning bookish holidays is The Book Trail - a platform that matches destinations with books. Each book trail has a literary map with selected points of interest that you can visit to get immersed in that particular story. Just like a … Continue reading When travelling meets literature: Book Trails in Europe