Ultimate Blog Tour: ‘Catalyst’ by Tracy Richardson

I was supposed to post this a few days ago, but as ever, life intermitted.
Anyways, I finally read the book, so here’s my review – with other fun stuff thanks to the book tour.

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Monday Moodlifter 2020/3

Hey everyone,

Have an awesome Monday!

What are you doing today?

Are you working? Are you at home? Are you struggling?

Here’s some things to lighten your mood a little bit! πŸ˜‰

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Monday Moodlifter 2020/2

Happy Monday!

What are you up to today?

Here’s your regular Monday Moodlifter! πŸ˜‰

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Monday Moodlifter 2020/1

Good news: the Monday Moodlifters are back!

I was thinking a lot about this before deciding to bring these posts back, because it takes a lot of time to have a weekly recurring post, and my schedule is pretty hectic. I decided to do it anyway.

I think in these times, which are hard for everyone, everywhere around the world, it is even more important than before that we’re taking at least a couple of minutes for light, uplifting thinking, even if it’s only once in a week. So, here it is: Monday Moodlifters are back!

‘Diary of a Somebody’ by Brian Bilston

Last week I got something magical with my mail: a sweet, warm and comfortable afternoon in a box.

As I told about it before, last month I finally decided to join a book subscription box, and it’s been a delight so far!

The first book I got was ‘Diary of a Somebody’, written by the popular “Twitter’-poet, Brian Bilston.

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Global Book Blogger Directory – Announcement!

If you follow me on Twitter you probably already know that I’ve been playing with the idea of creating a new book blogger directory: one that features bloggers categorized by their geographical place.

Update at Times of Corona

All our lives has been drastically changed in the matter of weeks, if not days – mine just as yours, all around the globe. It’s sad, scary, but hey guys – we’re all in this together! Anyways, my plans can change, or rather be forced to change, in any minute, though right now I’m in my home, just like so many of us.


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