I am so excited to present my very first blog tour post! This is going to be a review of the psychological suspense/mystery book 'In Servitude', which I liked very much, and I'm so lucky to have been able to read it, and be part of this tour! This book is really something that's worth reading. A huge thank you to both the author and Digital Reads Blog Tours for giving me the opportunity to put my paws on this one! Grab a coffee and see what makes me recommend it! 😉
This time I chose to read something supposed to be a light summer read. Read my review of 'Hot Pursuit' while having a nice-smelling coffee! 😉
Finally I got to write a review again, this time about a historical fiction set in ancient Greece. Let's have a coffee, and see what it was like! ☺️
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!)
Here comes another Monday, and there's just not enough coffee in the world to cope with. I don't know about you, but a Monday's still a Monday for me somehow, even though I'm currently on kind of a summer vacation (meaning I'm in between university and having a job at the moment.).
Mondays are always the monster of the week for most people. It's the first work day, farest from the weekend, and we feel like a it's a whole century that separates us from Glorious Friday we are looking forward to so much. It's a hard day to get through. What is it that people say? Surprise the world, smile on Monday?Yeah, I know. It's easy to say, but who has the energy and enthusiasm to do so? I tell you, my friend. YOU. You have.
Make time for a little coffee break and we can start already! 😉 This review is about a hard-boiled crime story set in Scotland that I liked very much.