5 albums I’m looking forward to

5 albums I’m looking forward to

I haven’t really talked about music on here in a while, it’s been all books. Which is great, since I love books, but today it is time to talk music again. There a couple of albums coming out really soon that I’m extremely excited about. It’s been a while since that happened – December to be exact when Fine Line by Harry Styles came out. I just love that feeling of getting excited about an album and then listening to it front to back when it releases. It’s just special. And I’m pretty sure that the albums on this list…

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Binging Gilmore Girls

Binging Gilmore Girls

I’m so sad right now! And when I tell you why you’ll probably think it’s silly, but I can’t help myself! This morning I finished watching the last episode of the last season of Gilmore Girls… And I’m so emotional… Last September I was chatting with someone in my DMs about a show called Good Witch; a show that I really love. Said person than recommended me Gilmore Girls; she said it had a similar vibe. Well, I listened, started watching it, and now 6 months later I’ve finished all 7 seasons… So for those of you who have been…

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Book club: Serpent & Dove/ Heks & Jager by Shelby Mahurin

Book club: Serpent & Dove/ Heks & Jager by Shelby Mahurin

It is already that time again… time to discuss the book club read of the month! In February we read Serpent & Dove/ Heks & Jager by Shelby Mahurin. I’ve been wanting to read this book ever since it came out, it’s one of those hyped books that everyone seems to love. Now that it has been translated into Dutch as well, I figured it was the perfect time to pick up this book! Heks & Jager by Shelby MahurinPublished by Harper Collins YA on January 21st 2020Dutch edition432 pages ★★★★☆ Bound as one to love, honor, or burn. Two…

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The book that almost got me in a reading slump again..

The book that almost got me in a reading slump again..

January was such a good reading month for me, I finished 5 books. Which to some of you might not seem as much, but to me it definitely. is. They were also 5 books that I thoroughly enjoyed, every single one of them. February – so far – has been very different. I started this book which I thought I’d read in like a day since it is so short, well it’s now the 19th and I have just finished it… Didn’t read anything else yet. 2019 was the year that I would describe as one big reading slump, this…

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5 Romance books I want to read ♥

5 Romance books I want to read ♥

Happy Valentine’s Day! If you celebrate it that is. I personally don’t, but I did want to share some books that I’ve got on my TBR list that kind of goes with the Valentine’s theme. One of the goals that I set at the beginning of this year is to read more thrillers. Well, I’m doing pretty good with that goal, but I’ve added one. I also want to read more romance. In January I participated in the Romancetheque Bookclub and read Outmatched by Samantha Young and Kristen Callihan. I loved the book so much and it made me wonder…

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Chitchat: My reading month

Chitchat: My reading month

So, as you may or may not know last year I didn’t read that much. I only read 11 books and the year before it was only 13. I told myself 2020 would be the year for me to finally read more books. That’s also why I started my book club – the Oh My Book Club, if you don’t know about that yet, you can read all about it here. Anyways, January has actually been quite successful on the reading front. I read 5 books. And maybe that doesn’t seem like much to you, but it definitely is to…

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4 Netflix shows you need to watch

4 Netflix shows you need to watch

January was a great reading month, but also a good Netflix one because I watched some great series. I thought it only fair to share them with you. So, if you’ve been looking for a good show to binge, I’ve got you covered! Dr. Foster This is a show that got me intrigued. First, it starts out with a woman finding out her husband is cheating on her. But then it turns into so much more. It’s quite a dark series. I’d say it’s more of a psychological thriller. I really liked it. There are two seasons, but both only…

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Book club: The Lost Night by Andrea Bartz

Book club: The Lost Night by Andrea Bartz

It seems like just yesterday when I announced that I was going to host a book club. Where has the time gone? Because it is already the 1st of February, which means it’s time to discuss the January Oh My Book Club read! So, the first book was The Lost Night by Andrea Bartz; a mystery read that takes place in NYC. Let me tell you my thoughts. The Lost Night by Andrea BartzPublished by Crown on February 26st 2019314 pages★★★☆☆ What really happened the night Edie died? Ten years later, her best friend Lindsay will learn how unprepared she…

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Bookreview: Silent Scream by Angela Marsons

Bookreview: Silent Scream by Angela Marsons

After getting into the Detective Erika Foster series I got very much into thrillers. Right now it is definitely my favourite genre. So when Dutch publisher Boekerij (which is the publisher of the Erika Foster books) reached out to me and asked me if I wanted to be an ambassador for another thriller series I said yes immediately. Give me all the thrillers! This particular series is the D.I. Kim Stone series by Angela Marsons. The first book Silent Scream has just come out in Dutch; titled Stille Schreeuw and oh my god it was so good! Stille Schreeuw by…

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