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March wrap up

March started as an incredibly busy month. I was swamped with work and by the end of the month I thought I was barely going to finish two books. 161 more words

What an amazing storyteller is Roald Dahl

When I was seven years old (probably eight), I watched one of my absolute favorite childhood movies: The Witches. I remember being mesmerized by the Grand High Witch and terrified to see the little girl trapped in the painting getting old. 182 more words

A Cat, a Man, and Two Women, by Jun'ichirō Tanizaki

I read this book because I signed up for the Kitty Lit Reading Challenge, and this was one of the first books I found. I’m so glad about this challenge, I have found a bunch of books about cats that I want to read, and I’m also incredibly happy about this choice. 171 more words

Books Read (So Far) In 2018 & Update On Book Reading Challenges 📚

My 2018 booklist (so far): 


So I made a list of my book reading challenges I set for 2018. So here are what I’ve completely so far. 197 more words

A girl reading Jules Verne in the 21st Century

So I remember reading Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea when I was a little girl. I probably read it a couple times before I was 12. 348 more words

February wrap-up and why is it okay to not read much sometimes

I almost decided not to write this. In a way I find it shameful that I was only able to read ONE book this month… But the truth is that February was a hectic month. 618 more words

Readathoning in March

Well, guess what? I hit a slump at the end of February, and I am desperate to get out of it. And the thought of readathons always cheers me up. 375 more words

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