It's time I write about this historical fiction book that I've actually read a while ago now... Grab your smelling coffee, and run through my thoughts! This is not going to be very long, I think. It's... compact. 🙂
Another Monday has come! How do you cope with? I'm actually feeling way more energetic than before, because for me, it is the heat that's not so bearable. I feel alive in the autumn and in the spring the most! So, it IS possible to be enthusiastic! How do you feel about autumn? And autumn Mondays? How is your day going? Let's see what there is to be happy about!
As we approach the middle of autumn, the long dark evenings and frosty days, books just can't stop coming out! It's all so we can curl up with a hot coffee or tea under a blanket and get lost in other worlds and times. Take a look at what books are getting released this week, and what bloggers have to say about them!
Guys, imagine, this time I was able to finish a book for a blog tour!! After last time I tried really hard not to fall out of schedule, and I managed! Yay to me. So, this time this blog tour post contains everything possible: first of all, my review, and then every available information on the book and the author!
There was a quote on my mind for a while now, I don't know why exactly. It's some lines written by Shakespeare, and was one of my favorites sometime in the middle of my teenage years, but I haven't think about it for years now. It just came to me today, and I decided to share it with you.
Well, looking at the cover, one ought to feel like 'Excellent Intentions' would be a nice autumn read! It was first published 80 years ago, but recently it was selected to be part of the British Library Crime Classics series, and it's published (with the new autumny cover!) again on the 2nd of October, 2018 - a.k.a. today!! If you feel like hearing about a crime story from the Golden Age in the company of your freshly brewed coffee, read my review about it!
I don't have to seek motivation so much today, because this Monday here is a beautiful sunny one (though it's very cool and a bit windy, too).