Happy Saturday morning! (At least in my time zone that is.) Hi! It’s been a while. Lately, I have been all over the place and I can’t manage my time well. A lot of things are going on and I just wanted to write about what is happening in my life right now. I want to look back in my blog and not only see my growth in reading but also my mind space at that time.
So here I am now with my life update and my blog vision. I have a lot of ideas that I wanted to post but I have yet to sit down and really put my mind into it.
So grab your morning coffee, tea, or any drinks you like, and let’s have a chat.
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Here I am again with another TBR for a readathon. I’ve been lazy when it comes to reading since the beginning of the month, and hopefully, this readathon will be the push that I needed to pick up a book again.
If you did not know, Tome Topple Readathon is hosted by Samantha of Thoughts on Tome and other co-hosts. This round will start on August 08 and ends on August 21 in your timezone. The objective of this readathon is to read books over 500 pages, if it’s below 500 pages, it does not count. Of course, there will be challenges and also Instagram posts prompts if you guys wanted to participate. I will be leaving all the links and other things down below for more information.
So these are the challenges for this round. You can only use one book for two prompts.
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The month of July passed by like a blur. It is a long month, for me, as a lot of things happened that affected me and my work. It was a long and good ride, but somehow I have seen this coming.
Anyway, I am not being sentimental today. I am here to do a wrap-up, which is a bit late. The beginning of the month was not as good as other months, but I managed to catch up with my reading near the end. So for this month, I managed to finish 10 books! However, I will not include the books that I have read during The Reading Rush as I already posted my wrap-up for that readathon. I will link that wrap-up down below if you have not check it out yet.
Also, I have an exciting book haul to show you guys. I only hauled 3 books for this month but they’re so beautiful.
Without further ado, let’s get into the wrap-up!
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Published: December 15, 2003 (First published Jan. 06, 1936)
Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks
Format: e-Book & audiobook
When Alice Asher is murdered in Andover, Hercule Poirot is already on to the clues. Alphabetically speaking, it’s one down, twenty-five to go.
There’s a serial killer on the loose. His macabre calling card is to leave the ABC Railway guide beside each victim’s body. But if A is for Alice Asher, bludgeoned to death in Andover; and B is for Betty Bernard, strangled with her belt on the beach at Bexhill; then who will Victim C be?
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Hello, fellow bookworm Swifties! If you don’t know, I am a Swiftie since 2007, when I first heard Tear Drops on My Guitar. Since then, I’ve been a fan. I feel like I grow up with Taylor and it is a fun journey, even with all the ups and downs. So I am surely one of those Swifties who freak out when Taylor announced the TS8 album! I already bought the album.🙈 I did not buy every deluxe edition (that’s too expensive!), only the Hide and Seek edition. It was a tough decision though.
Folklore is already my favorite album of Taylor so far. I like how calm and deep the album is. As a Swiftie, the best part of album releases is the fan theory and decoding the hidden meaning behind every song. I love reading the conspiracy theory about it all.
But enough gushing about this album, time to do this tag. I am so excited to do this when I first saw it. I am not tagged by anyone, but I am doing it anyway because I love Folklore and Taylor Swift. Let’s do this!
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