How's your Monday going? Today, August 20 is a national holiday in Hungary, so we have a long weekend! (I know, you hate me now. Sorry.) This is Saint Stephen's Day, our very first king's, who made his people practice Christianity (forced actually), and made other changes to the work of these pagan tribes, thus … Continue reading Monday Moodlifter
As you may already know, I have this weekly post where I share what books are released during the current week, and I also include your reviews about them. Would you like to join the ride? It's very easy! These are the rules: To be featured, you don't have to do anything else, but to … Continue reading This Week’s Book Releases And Reviews – if you have one, say so and I’ll share 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! ☺️
So, as I see some interest in this according to last week's post (and I hope it will even increase), I'm doing this post this week as well! Those who don't already know: I post every Monday about the books released during the current week, and I share your reviews about any books that meet this requirement!
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!
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's the time for a coffee and my review of this psychological fiction novel by Deborah Reed! It's so beautifully written and interesting! (Goodreads / Amazon) Discovery: I read it a while ago, and it was my choice of the month's Samsung Book Deals on Kindle. I wanted to read it because I like when a story … Continue reading ‘Things We Set On Fire’, by Deborah Reed