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Regency Novels by Mary Balogh

Regency Novels by Mary Balogh

Mary Balogh is my favourite regency novel author. So, I’m sharing today a round-up of the regency novels by Mary Balogh I’ve enjoyed last year and this year as well. Besides these books, I’ve also read the Bedwyn Saga, that boast 8 books. I’ve loved […]

Books on Holocaust

Books on Holocaust

I’ve read quite a few books on Holocaust, so I’m making a round-up of them, with a few details about each one and links to the reviews. In this round-up I included all the books I’ve read on Holocaust and I will update this post […]

Pubs in and around the Yorkshire Dales by Paul Chrystal

Pubs in and around the Yorkshire Dales by Paul Chrystal

Pubs in and around the Yorkshire Dales by Paul Chrystal sounds like a very interesting book, read just before the Summer, so I can pick up some pretty lovely locations to go to in our days out in the Dales. Who knows, I might create […]

Mary Balogh

Mary Balogh

I’ve decided to make a special post about Mary Balogh and update here all the books I’m reading by her, as most of them are in series. It will be also easier for me to link to only one post and update this one instead […]

The big book review 2018 Tag

The big book review 2018 Tag

I’ve made a post about the books I’ve read in 2018, but these questions are different. I did enjoy reading the answers Kezzie wrote on her blog, hence me answering to them as well. Also, very little information from the previous post is mentioned here […]

2019 Reading Challenge

2019 Reading Challenge

It’s early January, so the perfect time to set up a new reading challenge. Last year I had a reading challenge of 30 books, that I’ve updated to 52 and again to 60. In the end I’ve read 85 books. This made me confident to […]

My 2018 in Books

My 2018 in Books

At the begining of the year I’ve made a reading challenge: 30 books. I finished it fast, then raised to 52. After reaching that, I’ve updated the challenge to 60. In the end, I’ve read 85 books this year and this is my 2018 in […]

Allegory of the Cave by Plato

Allegory of the Cave by Plato

Allegory of the Cave by Plato was my favourite thing (and the only one I could remember) I learned at Philosophy in high-school. So, I wanted to read it again. It’s part of Plato’s Republic.  It was hard to decide what to say about this […]

Mary’s household tips & tricks by Mary Berry

Mary’s household tips & tricks by Mary Berry

Mary’s household tips & tricks by Mary Berry. Your guide to happiness in the home. I’ve made a post about the tricks I’ve learned from the book, see here. Now I’m going to talk about the book and why I think it would be a […]

Lost in a Book Tag

Lost in a Book Tag

I recently saw the Lost in a Book Tag on Helen’s blog, at teainthetub. and I thought I should give it a go. I’ve answered a few questions from this Lost in a Book Tag in the “about me” post, but not all of them. […]

Brain Games for Dogs by Claire Arrowsmith

Brain Games for Dogs by Claire Arrowsmith

The main reason I gave it 2 stars is because the name of the book says Brain Games for Dogs. If the book would have had the name Brain Games for Puppies or for beginners, it would have been a 4-5 stars, without any doubt. […]

Philippa Gregory

Philippa Gregory

A couple of years ago I’ve discovered Philippa Gregory. I enjoyed the first book I’ve read written by her, so I’ve continued reading. Now I can say I’ve finished two series by her: The Cousins’ War and The Tudor Court. I though it would be […]

Why I’ve started Coffee and Books

Why I’ve started Coffee and Books

I mentioned in the about me page that last year I’ve managed to read 60 books. This made me consider having a new blog, just for them. I had a lifestyle blog for 6 years, and a couple of years ago I’ve decided to make […]