What I’m reading in May 2022: British and Romanian contemporary fiction, and a classic post-apocalyptic sci-fi story

In the past month, reading fiction felt like a much-needed escape from the real world. However, focusing on something else than reading the news from Ukraine was tough ... so the 2 books I managed to read are a real achievement! Let's get the sharing started!

My most anticipated book releases of 2022

2022 comes with so many amazing new books! Here I am sharing which are the five stories to be published in 2022 that I am super excited to read πŸ™‚ The Last Wild Horses by Maja Lunde I've been waiting for this book with so so much enthusiasm! The Last Wild Horses is part of … Continue reading My most anticipated book releases of 2022

Books I (want to) read because bloggers recommended them (Top Ten Tuesday)

Fellow bloggers inspire me so much to read and explore books that I wouldn't have thought of myself! I join this week's Top Ten Tuesday with a 5+5 formula: 5 books I already read and 5 books I want to read soon, all recommended by bloggers.

When travelling meets literature: Book Trails in Europe

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

Every woman is the architect of her own fortune: The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton (book review)

Don't you love the feeling when you read a book review and you think "oh, this sounds like a book I must read"? That's exactly what happened when I read Izzy's review of "The Miniaturist". And here I am now, writing my own review of this lovely book.