Well, a little self-care and self-love doesn't hurt when you're always so busy and tired, so, like it already happened before, I fell again in the tantalising pit of the promise of Amanda Lovelace's pretty popular poetry.
Being in quarantine had one big advantage: after long, long years, I finally had time to read longer books. Like, really, really long books. If you're familiar with Ken Follett's writing, you might have an idea how long.
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.
This book was an easier read than I thought it would be, according to the heavy topics and dark promise of the cover.
I have a feeling that these books by Amanda Lovelace should be marketed under self-improvement (I mean like self-help for women with low self-esteem...or simply just women, everywhere in the world). Her topics are important, the message is clear, but not over-emphasized, the structure is logical, the illustrations lightly support the whole idea.
It's a great book.
(Goodreads/Amazon) Another collection of modern poetry where I'm not a hundred percent sure where the actual poetry is. I don't say that this book actually bad is. It isn't. When I started to read it, I even thought these so called poems could raise the feeling inside me that somebody narrated them to me, I … Continue reading ‘I Hope You Stay’ by Courtney Peppernell
Warning! Unpopular opinion is coming.
I was so excited to get the chance to read this book!!
I was part of the first blog tour, for the first volume in the series (and the author's debut) and I was immediately hooked! I couldn't believe how good it was. Like.. where was this author before?? He should've been already around, writing bestsellers.
I'm so happy to have figured out that this was a series, and there's more to come!
I LOVE dogs, so I simply had to read this collection of poems about them.
Romance, in itself, existing only for itself, is definitely not my go-to genre, as probably you all have already noticed by now. The reason I chose to read this novel anyways is that it's set on Santorini.
No, it's not my dream destination.
I've already visited. And LOVED it.
I was thirteen, I was on a trip with my father and it was amazing! Since a while I've been wanting to go back as an adult, though there are so many places to visit in this world and so little time, why would I go back to where I already was...? It's an eternal dilemma.
Anyway, I decided to read this book because I wanted to get back to Santorini a little.
And that happened.