Hello, this is the week I fooled myself into thinking I had more money than I initially thought. Oops.
It wasn't planned but that's how it turned out. So here's the longlist for the Women's Prize this year. Despite me having read none of them yet. Yes, I am ashamed. I do have a few planned though.
I finally have some of the books I have wanted for a long while.
January was a good month for reading, not so good for my health.
Yep, these are the books I am eagerly waiting for.
These are the books I have to read. Not want to read, I have to read them or else I will have failed my already low expectations. So, there's that.
The German House by Annette Hess; Elisabeth Lauffer Title: The German House Author: Annette Hess, Elisabeth Lauffer Publisher: 4th Estate, HarperVia Published Date: 12 December, 2019 Length: 336 pages Genre: Fiction, Historical Fiction, German Literature, Translated Lit. Rating: 3.75/5 Set against the Frankfurt Auschwitz Trials of 1963, Annette Hess’s international bestseller is a harrowing [...]
What happened on this blog and with my reading during the month of September!
I need to read at least these ones before the end of the year.
I had a good month, I think. (insert surprised pikachu gif)