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What I read {October 2017}

Hi there! Another month is gone and there are only two more. So it is time for another recap on what I read last month. I’m going to be very brief this month because my laptop’s screen has broken and … Continue reading

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What I read {September 2017}

September is already gone and that leaves us with only three months left to live, laugh and love throughout this year. That’s barely ninety days, give or take one here, one there. Ninety days to read everything that’s still gathering … Continue reading

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What I read {July + August 2017}

I haven’t read much lately and most of the books I’ve been diving in have been travel guides. I read a bit about Andalusia first, to get ready for my summer holidays, then some about Britain, just for the pleasure … Continue reading

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What I read {May 2017}

I know, I know, I’m a bit late this month with my reading round-up. So, let’s agree on these posts being a first-Sunday-of-the-month feature and pretend that nothing happened. Now, onto brighter things, I set out to read at least … Continue reading

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What I read {April 2017}

April has been quite a mixed-up month around here. It started out nice but then the weather took a chilly turn and we even saw snow a couple of mornings. Snow, in April, in the city. A bit late but … Continue reading

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What I read {March 2017}

Can you believe it is already April? Well, you better do because this is no April’s fool prank. Yep, we’re already that far into 2017 – a quarter of the year is gone and I don’t know where. The last … Continue reading

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What I read {February 2017}

February has gone in┬áthe blink of an eye and in spite of all the time I spent waiting and doing nothing around the house, I didn’t manage to read as much as I would have liked to. However, less is … Continue reading

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