“The Evening and the Morning” by Ken Follett

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.

‘break your glass slippers’ by Amanda Lovelace

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.

‘I Hope You Stay’ by Courtney Peppernell

(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

Blog Tour: ‘Rise of the Rays’ by Wes Markin

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!

‘The Summer House in Santorini’ by Samantha Parks

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.