I've been considering for a while to occasionally post about a Hungarian book, since I've noticed that we're not very popular among the international audience. I find it extremely difficult, because there's very few Hungarian books I know of that are translated to English.
This week's quote is not from a book I've read this week, but from one of my favorites, Hearts in Atlantis by Stephen King. It summarizes very well what I think about being a reader. It's basically my Reader's Ars Poetica. 😊
So as I said before, I want to start a new series of posts, a weekly list of newly released books. I would also like to feature reviews about them, and that's where your part comes to the picture: I'd be happy if you let me know in the comment section if you have a … Continue reading This Week’s New Book Releases & Reviews – write a comment if you have one and I’ll share it!
Another Monday has come, and as you probably already know, I try to make it a little better every week. We already missed a bus with my boyfriend today, so we arrived late to the dentist (his appointment, not mine! I'm still only trying to get myself to do a check-up...) I'm trying not to … Continue reading Monday Moodlifter
Come on, drink a tasty iced coffee, and read what I finally say about a historical fiction book called 'Sweden'. (It took me more time to read than I thought it would be, but it was worth it!)
This quote is still from last week, not because I haven't read anything good enough to quote this week, but because I felt like this one's very powerful. I thought it deserves to be posted, even though I already chose another one for last week.
Take a couple of minutes break and treat yourself with a nice coffee! And why not read my review awhile? It's about a collection of poems. Not usually my cup of tea, but these last two weeks were like this somehow. I felt like reading poetry.