It’s been a while since I had a book tag done so I thought I would bring you one on this fine Monday. I saw this tag on Brody’s Youtube channel and on Aoife’s Youtube channel, definitely do check out their videos! The tag was originally created by Jan Agaton, which you can find here. The moment I heard the questions I knew I wanted to do this tag, because the questions make you reflect back on last year and think a little bit ahead to this year’s plans. So without further ado, let’s see the questions and my answers!
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Been a while since I did a review. And been quite a while since I’ve done an ARC (advanced read copy) review. But I received one after a long time and it made me even happier that I could get one from an author that I’ve been wanting to read more books by and support. And I’m so happy that I was lucky enough to get an e-ARC of it. If you are looking for a diverse read, look no further! I definitely do recommend everyone to read this book if you want to read more queer books!
Rating: 4/5 star
(Editor’s note: I really wanted to review this book so here we go, I do not take any responsibility for the quality of the review as my brain is a mess at the moment, but I really did want to talk about it! Also I don’t know if I’m going to translate it to Hungarian, if yes, that’s definitely coming later, I am very sorry!)
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I know, I know, I am very late with this post. Normally everyone does it like around the end of December or the very beginning of January but I like to take things slow and spread out it evenly. You already had the chance to see my yearly TBR for 2022. Probably this post should have come faster than that, but hey, my blog, my rules. So… 2021 wasn’t exactly the best reading year for, in fact it was even worse than 2020. I finished the second university course in the first half of the year, which was honestly a horrible experience and put me in quite a bad mental state. I barely could look at books, so much so that in May I did not read any book. Which hasn’t happened for years. I had some other personal things going on, which taxed my mental health significantly, which I am not going to talk about here but I hope 2022 will be better in all aspects. In 2021 I got around reading 51 books, 14337 pages. I will include some stats at the end of the post as well, if you also like stats like I do!
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It is at last the new year and so I am back with my yearly TBR. Sadly last year’s TBR wasn’t as successful as I would have hoped, the reading slump made it sure that I only read 9 of the 30 books I put on my TBR. Hopefully this year is going to be a little more successful, I am also trying to prioratize series that I started and enjoyed the first books of.
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I posted my top 21 list of my favourite k-pop title tracks and it would be fair if I didn’t make a list for my favourite b-side songs, because there are a lot! I actually found myself listening to more b-sides this year than last year, there definitely have been albums where a couple of b-side songs could have been title tracks (I’m looking directly at CIX especially). And I feel like we often end up just talking about title tracks and not pay as much attention to b-sides as they deserve. So here I am with a whole list of 21 songs! As with the other list I ask you not to be offended if your favourite artist or song is not on this list, these are all my personal favourites and it pains me already to choose just 21 songs when there are so many great b-side tracks. And unlike with the other post, where I tried not to have multiple songs by the same groups, I’m not even going to try here, especially when the groups released more than one album during the year. With the disclaimer out of the way, let’s see my favourite b-side songs!
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I know I am very behind on all year end posts, to be honest I just wanted to focus on Christmas so far because I was forced to socialize on the 24th, the 25th and the 26th as well. But I read Lina’s post about her own top 21 list and decided I should do mine as well! Putting together this list ended up not being so easy because turns out, I enjoyed b-side songs so much more than title tracks, and all that made it to my list here are all very well loved so it lowkey pained me to put them in order (order, which might change with time honestly). But without further ado, let’s see my top 21 favourite k-pop title tracks of the year. I will try my best not to put on multiple songs by the same group, but I can’t make any promises really. This is really just based on my own personal taste, please don’t get mad if you don’t see your favourite here of if your favourite isn’t higher up on the list.
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The other day I was looking at the stats of my blog and I found out that someone found my blog through searching for wat books Leo from VIXX has read. Thus it inspired me to start a new series on my blog, in which I will compile the books an idol read or recommended. This isnt going to be a review post, I just want to share with you all the books an idol read. From the title you can see who the first post is dedicated to, its none other than my favourite bookworm idol, Juyeon from The Boyz. There is actually a whole Twitter account dedicated to his book recommendations so I urge you all to check it out! And for that reason I am not going to include all the books he has recommended so far, you can go and check the rest out on the account mentioned before! Instead I am going to go with 5 books, just so you can get a little taste of Juyeon’s reading preferences. I will include the covers and the synopsis for each books!
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This tag was created by Rosina @ Lace and Dagger Books and I did it last year too so I thought it would be a fun thing to do it this year as well. You can find my post from last year here.
The challenge is to put your spotify playlist for 2021 on shuffle, and then match the first 5 songs that come up with a book that you’ve read this year! If you know me, you probably know that I mostly listen to k-pop songs so this challenge is going to be extra fun! I will link the Spotify links for each of the songs too!
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November is already ending and I thought I would bring you what I read during this month. It feels like this month too just flew by and it’s already time for the last month of the year. To be honest, I am ready for this year to end because it has been very hard mentally. Anyway, this month I read 5 books and 2046 pages. In number of books this is less than last month but page count wise it’s more so I’m content with this reading month!
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It’s nearly December so I thouht I would bring back this post that I first did in 2019. Getting gifts for loved ones can be hard, I know I struggle a lot with them (especially when it comes to my brother). But I think books can make a very good gift, especially if the person likes to read (because there are cases when your friend doesn’t like to read in that case it’s probably not going to be something they will be happy about). Anyway, here are some books I definitely think would make good gifts.
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