Reading goals of 2019

Happy new year, everybody! 01st of January means two things: recovering from a long New Year’s Eve and the start of new year resolution lists. I was quite satisfied with myself when I reached my 2018 goal of 15 books, in December, so that I decided to aim a little higher for the new year: 20 books. With the busy life that I lead, I would say that these many books would make me really happy. So, here is the list of what I plan to read: Writing Down the Bones – Natalie Goldberg (Birthday gift that I already started

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Charming holiday in Guernsey

Charming holiday in Guernsey

A surprise is always magical. It gives you that strange feeling under your feet, like the ground disappeared. When, instead, you know that you will get a surprise, but you have to wait for it, you have that sense of emptiness in your stomach, until you finally find out. When the surprise is the destination of your holiday, the emptiness is later filled with constant excitement, especially if you find yourself being with your favourite person in one of the places of your “To visit” list. My amazing boyfriend surprised me, taking me first to London, which is amazing to

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A week in Scotland

A week in Scotland

It’s only been a little more than two weeks, but I already miss Scotland quite a lot. This country made a really good impression in my eyes, and I can’t wait to go back there and spend a little more time walking around the streets of Edinburgh and Glasgow, visit museums, get to know more about the history of this amazing place and hike around its desolated green carpets of grass. Day 1 After our 2 hours flight from Copenhagen to Edinburgh, we landed in a cold but sunny country. We were quite lucky, since it never rained during our whole

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The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society | Book Review

The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society | Book Review

Title: The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society Authors: Mary Ann Shaffer & Annie Barrows Publisher: Bloomsbury Date of publication: 2008 I was in Glasgow Train Station when I spotted this book on a shelf in Waterstones. I already saw the movie trailer and I was waiting for it to be available in my country, but when I saw the novel I thought “I have to read it.” Luckily, I have. It’s been an amazing reading that I’m definitely recommending. Disclaimer: No spoilers for who hasn’t read it yet. All written in letter form, this book takes us back to 1946. Juliet Ashton is

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Using ads on your writer platforms

Using ads on your writer platforms

Hello everybody! DISCLAIMER: Why would you share your insights to other people? Brief answer: even if the competition among wannabe published writers is high, I still feel like we should all help each other. Facebook page & Instagram profile A couple of days ago, I finally decided to start working on my author Facebook page. When trying to get your name out there, using a blog and social media is the best way to promote yourself. So, that’s why I decided to use a Facebook page and use that platform to share my writing on the web. When I created it, a

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