Eight Blog Posts I Think Give You the Best Glimpse of Me / #toptentuesday 186

Another top ten tuesday (as always hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) post, another day where I struggled with the initial prompt. It was about inspirational and thought-provoking book quotes. While I am sure I have come across plenty during my reading over the years, I just don’t keep track of them.

Instead I once again looked at the old list over on The Broke and the Bookish and settled on an old prompt. This prompt, as you can guess by the title of this post, is blog posts that give you the best glimpse of me. So basically blog posts that share what kind of person I am or the things I like I take it. Some of these go as far back as 2016 which is kind of interesting haha.

Heiman Travel Group

Kopie van Ontwerp zonder titel My Fantasy A to Z

Kopie van Ontwerp zonder titelPlaying the Number Games with My Shelves 2018

Kopie van Ontwerp zonder titelThe Hound of the Baskervilles – From Nightmares to Favorite

Kopie van Ontwerp zonder titelSome of the Things I’ve Learned While Reading with Merijn – Up to 2 Years

Kopie van Ontwerp zonder titelWhy Historical Fiction Scares Me These Days (Confession)

Kopie van Ontwerp zonder titelTells That Your Partner Is a Book Buying/Hauling Enabler

Kopie van Ontwerp zonder titelDutch or English? International Reader

Kopie van Ontwerp zonder titelHow I Read Multiple Books at the Same Time



Kopie van Ontwerp zonder titelAn extra question to you all. Every year I do a book shelf tour and this year I’d like to start that off with any questions you might have regarding my shelves and the books I own. Please fill in any questions here. You can totally leave it as a anonymous question.

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23 thoughts on “Eight Blog Posts I Think Give You the Best Glimpse of Me / #toptentuesday 186

  1. Love your take on this week’s topic! Really liked the posts about Sherlock Holmes and an enabler husband. I don’t’ have a partner myself but having one who enabled my reading addiction would just be perfect!

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  2. I didn’t know people had difficulty reading more than one book at a time.

    Okay, this is from the person who reads books in four languages and dabbles in about a dozen, so maybe I’m not one to talk. I guess the skill sets overlap in a way?

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