This greek theme is seeming to go on on my blog these days, and I don't really know which is the cause and which is the consequense, but I'm happy to announce that while being in this mood I've had a chance to realize this dream: I have a little holiday (finally) and I'm flying to Athens for a week with my... well, by the time you read this, he's not my boyfriend anymore...
For a long time I couldn't decide which book to start with from my extremely long unread physical books list. Finally, I decided by 'The Hobbit'. I didn't realize at first, but this is also the book that has been on my shelf unread for the longest time. For 14 years has this book, one that seemingly every other people like me has read already, been sitting on my shelf, waiting to be finally discovered. Not anymore. I finished it, and here are my thoughts about my experience with it!
I really talk about a rather small change, and I'm hoping that it will make things less complicated, and will be no problems anymore.
Welcome to my The Untouched Bookshelf Challenge! As I promised, my crazy long list of owned physical books to be read is here!
Do you have books on your shelves that you haven't read? Not even once? Do you have a lot...? Are there books that you own and would like to read, or you know you should, but they somehow always happen to fall behind on your ever-growing TBR list? The answer for how to finally get to them is here: THE UNTOUCHED BOOKSHELF CHALLANGE!