The Book Sacrifice Tag

Back in April I was tagged by Amy from Curiouser and Curiouser for the Book Sacrifice Tag. It asks us which books we'd like to sacrifice in certain situations which sounds interesting.  It has taken me some time because I always forget to plan in these book tags. ⚜ An Overhyped Book Situation: You’re in … Continue reading The Book Sacrifice Tag

Bookshelf Tour 2016 – Part 1

It is July 1st and here I am with, as promised, the first part to my bookshelf tour of my main bookshelves. I am starting with the right book case and its first 3 shelves. These shelves are more themed and author focused.  I will also be comparing each shelf to what it looked like … Continue reading Bookshelf Tour 2016 – Part 1

Bookshelf Tour 2016 – Intro Main Bookshelves

Over the last few months I already hinted a few times at this coming. A bookshelf tour for 2016 in pictures. Last year I did it in four parts thoughout August. This year I am will again do four parts for my main bookshelf tour. But I will also bring you this small introduction towards … Continue reading Bookshelf Tour 2016 – Intro Main Bookshelves

Book Review – Peter Pan

Book: Peter Pan and Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens by J.M. Barrie Release Date: 1904 Genre: Classic/Fantasy Rating: 2 out of 5 stars   Goodreads Synopsis The magical Peter Pan comes to the night nursery of the Darling children, Wendy, John and Michael. He teaches them to fly, then takes them through the sky to … Continue reading Book Review – Peter Pan

Six Pretty Covers of Classics I Own

Publishers like to publish books with different covers. Just look at how many different editions of Harry Potter or The Hunger Games are currently out there. Often classics have even more different editions out. It can be hard to choose which edition to buy. Some don't choose and just buy them all of their favorite … Continue reading Six Pretty Covers of Classics I Own