Autumn might be my favourite season 🍂 Is it a coincidence that it's also the season I'm reading the most? I think not 🙂 During the past month I read 3 books and I enjoyed every minute of reading - from discovering Malaysian heritage to Green mythology, and reading even more stories from the time-travelling … Continue reading What I’m reading in November: Greek mythology, Malaysian heritage, and a bit of Elif Shafak
September and October have been super interesting for me in terms of personal development and changes of perspective. It was like a domino effect that put so many things in motion that I am sometimes scared, sometimes over-excited about the future ✨ Nonetheless, I continued reading, and below I share the lovely books I discovered … Continue reading What I’m reading in September and October 2022: climate fiction, more climate fiction, and Malaysian heritage
The time has come to wrap up 2021! And what better way to think of the past year than sharing the favourite books I read? 📚 With 41 books read in 2021, I am happy to say that it was quite difficult to choose my top 10! As I already wrote reviews for all books … Continue reading Best Books I Read In 2021
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!
5 books read this month, and what a mix of bookish experiences - I "travelled" from the UK (Oxford) and Turkey (Istanbul) to Australia and New Zealand, then to Japan, Uganda, and even North America! Not bad for a month spent entirely at home 🙂
January 2021 was a very prolific in terms of reading, especially reading Japanese authors! As part of the Japanese literature challenge, in this post I share 4 books I read this month, plus other recommendations and ideas.
Hello and welcome to my first reading status of 2021! The new year began with a very prolific reading experience, as I read 5 books this month. A diverse blend of historical fiction, magical realism, and murder mystery! Interestingly, 3 out of the 5 books I read were written by Japanese writers! While I did not consciously choose to focus on books from Japan, I am so happy that I expanded my reading horizon.