Category Archives: books

21st Century Books I Think Will Become Classics

I’m kind of excited about this weeks Top Ten Tuesday, it must hold many great books! I’ll probably add a lot of them I haven’t read to my TBR, but most of that, I’m curious about how different everyones take will be. To make my own list I looked at what makes something a classic. I mean, I know what… Read more »

Books On My Spring 2022 TBR

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I normally don’t make TBR’s, except for my yearly reading list. But now with both that and the FNLC2022, I do have a long list of books I want to read and I discovered I could make a spring TBR with some of the books. And that’s a good thing, because todays Top Ten Tuesday by Artsy Reader Girl is… Read more »

What have I read in February 2022?

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Well well well, that goal of reading 100 books this year starts to look like a bit of a laugh really… Will you believe it, when I write you I have now read 25 books this year. TWENTY-FIVE! Already. In just two months. I could read nothing next March and still won’t be behind. My average rating this month dropped… Read more »

Books I enjoyed, but have never mentioned

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For todays Top Ten Tuesday I will postpone my reads of February till next week and write about books I have enjoyed (and given 5 stars) but have never mentioned on my blog. Into the drowning deep by Mira Grant I have read this book in 2019, after receiving it as a surprise book in a book swap. I am… Read more »

Reading Challenges: FNLC2022

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Besides watching more booktube and finding a couple of favorites last year, I also found a Dutch Fanatic Readers Goodreads group last year. Even though I am not a fan of Goodreads and only use theStorygraph these days, this group moderators organise a very interesting, motivating and diverse reading challenge. And this year I could join from the start. Yay!… Read more »