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Top Ten New-to-me authors from 2022

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According to my theStorygraph wrap-up I have explored the works of 93 new authors last year. Considering I read 130 books, that’s quite something! This weeks TopTenTuesday by thatArtsyReaderGirl is just about all these new discovered authors. Below is a list of well, eight, authors I would like to read more of. I decided to not-include any authors I’ve already… Read more »

My physical 2023 TBR – aka all the unread books on my shelves

Last year, I started the year with 23 unread physical books. And I’ve read 130 books in 2022, so you would probably think, this list has grown a lot shorter… but Dear Reader, it has not! 😅 Most of these I have bought, found or received during 2022, but a couple are still from the previous year(s). Apparently now that… Read more »

My recommendations from 2022

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The year is over, another has started! And we are still here and reading. I hope you had some wonderful holidays and I wish you a great 2023! During 2022 I’ve finished reading 130 books, across 44,417 pages. I got wrapped up in intrigue, went to dark places, and explored new worlds. I read 94 new authors, had 9 rereads… Read more »

What have I read in November 2022?

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Last month of the year is ahead! And… I have reached so many of my goals, that I will be throwing all the others out of the window and only read Christmassy books. To gamify this a bit, I have joined the Reindeer Readathon by Breakeven Books and designed a Christmas bingo board for our IGGPPC Bookwyrms. Yay! But first,… Read more »

Non-fiction books I want to read (but never do)

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It’s Non-Fiction November, and even though I did read a couple of non-fiction books this month, there are some on my TBR I never seem to get to. They are either too challenging, and scaring me or they are meant to teach me something, while I don’t feel like learning because books are there to relax me. Some are just,… Read more »

Books I’ve read in which nobody died

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So, this is an ongoing thing in our house. Whenever I read a book, my husband asks if anyone died yet. Also, whenever he gifts me a book, he does because he read in the blurb, that somebody died. He’s quite convinced I only read about people (or other creatures) dying. Having this conversation again recently, made me look at… Read more »