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    Kindle, is it worth it?

    Español más abajo – Spanish below *Disclaimer: This post has not been sponsored by any company mentioned here. I’m writing this voluntarily without any sort of compensation.* Let’s make it clear. We all love physical books. I don’t know about you, but I’ve NEVER met someone that says: I love digital copies by far! No, we all love printed books. But is it really worth it to buy a Kindle? Like you, I love to hold the books in my hands. To feel the texture of the paper. To smell that unique smell, and to have it among my other babies. So, for many, many years I resisted and didn’t…

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    P.S. I LOVE YOU

    Español más abajo Hullo, my little bookworms! How are you? Today I bring you a review of P.S. I love you. Which is by now a Classic if you love romance. I mean, How hasn’t read it? or at least watch the movie, right? well… me. HA! I knew the book of course! And it was on my TBR, buuuut, it was like those books you know are good, and you know you’re gonna like, but still never grab it. I watched the movie sooo many years ago that, honestly, I didn’t even remember much. (I watched it again after reading the book) But now, I was in the mood…

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    A beautiful debut you must read

    Breathtaking by Courtney Turcotte Bond Hello again, my beautiful bookworms! How was your week? Mine was fine. It wasn’t the best but neither the worst. So, today I bring you a review of a beautiful contemporary fiction YA debut that, in my opinion, you should definitely read. First of all, I want to thank Courtney Turcotte Bond for kindly give me a copy of her book in exchange for an honest review. Therefore, this review it’s my honest, true, and voluntary opinion. *takes a deep breath* Honestly, I’m not even sure how to write this review. All that I know it’s that this book took my breath away (literally, because…

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    Bookstagram? Should I have one?

    hello my little bookworms, how are you today? So, today I’ll talk a little about Bookstagram and answer the question many friends ask me. Should I open a bookstagram? I’ll give you 4 simple reasons why you should open a bookstagram if you’re a book lover. First of all, bookstagram (booksta for short) is the informal term given to Instagram accounts that post only bookish related things. This is books, book reviews, recommendations, lists, book trailers, cosplay, characters edits, memes, and so much more! I opened my bookstagram last December, and even though I’ve been there for only 4 months, it has been one of the best decisions ever. Bookstagram…

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    A review of the trilogy everyone is talking about

    Hello, my little bookworms! here I am again and today we’ll talk about the very acclaimed-soon-to-be-a-Netflix-show fantasy trilogy… The Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo!!!! First of all, I’m going to say that I’m very excited about the upcoming show even though I didn’t find the trilogy that good. Of course, my excitement it’s absolutely and utterly because of the plot… …well, the cast it’s not that bad either. Anyway, the books. OK. So, this trilogy was on my TBR for quite a long time. It was quite hyped over bookstagram. Hence, I wanted to read it and see if it was as good as everyone said. Just then, a…

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    Relationshipper Book Tag

    *This post contains spoilers for the series ACOTAR, TOG, and Shadow and bone trilogy* I was supposed to write this tag so but so long ago, but hey better late than ever, right? I was tagged by the lovely Karley from Bookish-fawn. Thank you so much, Karley! This is such a fun tag! So without further ado, let’s get on with it. I have to say I’m a tad nervous about this, but super excited. 1) If you could date a fictional character who would it be and why? This is so hard! But I think I’ll go with Azriel from the ACOTAR series. He’s just my favourite. I love…

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    One Day by David Nicholls Review

    How to even start to write this review? I’ve thought this a couple of days because I’m genuinely conflicted. I decided to read this book because I loved the movie. I usually like to read the book before watching the movie, but, I had no idea it was a book until the movie finished. So it has been on my TBR for quite some time. So here I am. Torn. via GIPHY I know many people hated this novel, and I don’t blame them. I love it and hate it at the same time. So here is what I think: I loved the dynamic of storytelling. The same day every…

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    THE MOST EXCITING BOOKS OF 2021

    THE MOST EXCITING BOOKS OF 2021 2021 is here! wow! is it just me that thinks 2020 went by in a blink of an eye? Well, it was an extremely weird year (if that’s the most accurate word) Hopefully, this one will be different, for the better that is. And what better way to start the year than with the most exciting upcoming releases of 2021!!!! Just imagine all those beautiful books this year will bring. All those worlds and stories to immerse into. ah! I can’t wait. I warn you though, most of the books in this list are historical fiction or romance. Sorry not sorry. So, without further…

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    Jane Austen, we love you

    “The person, be it gentleman or lady, who has not pleasure in a good book, must be intolerably stupid.” Jane Austen, we love you  On a day like this 245 years ago was born the one and only. The Queen. Our beloved Jane Austen. And today, we celebrate her birthday by loving her art. I can’t tell you how much I love Jane Austen! She is  OUTSTANDING! via GIPHY I came to know Jane Austen rather late (12 yrs). And it wasn’t even by her books! It was by the beautiful Pride & Prejudice (2005). I went to a friend’s house and this movie was on the TV and I…

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    Last Christmas in Paris Review

    It’s review time! And of course, it’s necessary to talk about a Christmas book during Christmas season. As you know, this book was in my Christmas TBR this year. And I CAN’T TELL YOU HOW MUCH I LOVED THIS BOOK!!!!!!! I had really high expectations but it surpassed them all. I read the prologue and I was already in love with it. So, first thing first. This book is written in an epistolary format, that means, the story is told only by letters. However, there are some short parts written in first person as a normal book. And it makes it even more lovely. This format makes it impossible to…