Reading 4 books in a single month is a personal record for 2020! And what an interesting blend: non-fiction, dystopia, murder mystery, and science fiction. Cheers to many more months like that!
Hello and welcome to my August 2020 reading status - last reading status of this summer (from the European perspective)! While in the process of writing this post I realized that the monthly updates keeps me accountable of what I read, thus encouraging me to try my best to finish at least one book a … Continue reading What I’m reading in August 2020
We live in strange times, so discussing about the strangest books I've ever read seems to fit in the picture 🙂 The 10 books I selected are strange from different point of views - from weird-freaky books to strange-but-interesting books.
Welcome to a new bookish journey around the world! This post presents book covers of Mrs Dalloway by Virginia Woolf. As it is a well-known classic all around the world, this book has such diverse book covers! It was difficult to choose the most interesting ones, you’ll see there are more examples than usually included in … Continue reading Book covers around the world: Mrs Dalloway by Virginia Woolf
For a long time I've been interested in reading a book by Virginia Woolf. However, I became more aware of her literary importance after taking the online course "How to read a novel", where her novels were mentioned during discussions about flashbacks / flash-forwards and pace. That's how I found out that she is most … Continue reading Reflecting on one’s own life while preparing a party: Mrs Dalloway by Virginia Woolf (book review)