A case for e-books and e-readers

It’s not about comparing and saying that one is better than the other. Of course, reading physical books has its own unique charms. The rustling of pages. The smell of books both old and new. The feel of actual paper, something you could actually touch. But in the end, it basically boils down to one thing: convenience. One cannot deny the unparalleled convenience e-books and e-readers have brought to us – at least, to my reading life, that is.

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Review: An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson

One notable thing that I must truly commend is how atmospheric this book is. I feel like this is how stories about faeries should be written. I was swept away by the story – something that was told, maybe a couple of times before already, but executed so beautifully it’s hard not hold your breath and let it unfold.

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On mental health and reading

I recently got into therapy and, boy, am I being forced to confront all these uncomfortable thoughts head on. One interesting bit that came up is how my habit of reading is negatively affecting my mental health – and that’s what I wanted to discuss by writing this post.

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Straight from my BuJo: My 2019 TBR List

It may be bit late in the year to be sharing TBRs but today, but here I am still sharing with you guys a page in my bullet journal: in which I’ve decided to go a little extra and draw an actual bookshelf!

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Review: The Black Tides of Heaven (Tensorate, #1) by J.Y. Yang

Unique, innovative and insightful, J.Y. Yang wasted no time from the very first paragraph to immerse us in their world. It honestly felt like I’ve been accidentally pushed in deep waters. It took effort but it was too interesting not to love the process.

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