Modern Greek Authors #1: Dionysios Solomos

In my February Book Haul I told you that, in my opinion, there is no better author to start studying Modern Greek Literature than Dionysios Solomos. I also said that I was going to explain why in my post about him. Well, if you are still interested in the answer, then read on and find out. Continue reading

January Book Haul

The first month of 2017 is already over and I still have not realized how quickly 2016 went by. Anyway, this month I have bought some really amazing books for myself and I have also received a few books as gifts from my mother. I won’t bore you with my non-existent news, I will get straight to the book haul part. Enjoy…!

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November & December Book Haul

I have no idea how long it’s been since I posted anything. It’s now 2017 and I just can’t believe how quickly time has passed! I was hoping for some R&R during the holidays, but that was all it was and nothing more.

Anyway, this is my first post for the new year. Happy 2017 my dear readers!

The Book Haul

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Review: The Tears of God

I decided to buy a couple of Chrysiida Dimoulidou’s books, because I had heard really good things about the author and I wanted to find out whether she was as good as everyone said. Having read three of her books, I can say that she is now one of my favorite authors. Continue reading

#AZDiverse Read-a-thon Wrap Up

This is the last day of the #AZDiverse Read-a-thon. The Read-a-thon is hosted by Annika at Hidding Books and Ezrah at I Heart Romance & YA and its theme is diverse literature. You can check out their blogs for more information about it. Also, I have a TBR post for the Read-a-thon, so you can go on ahead and read that as well.

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Review: Demons Don’t Have Names

I won a copy of Demons Don’t Have Names from a giveaway on the publisher’s website. I was not really sure whether I would truly like it and it’s size intimidated me a little bit. I did read it, however, and I can honestly say now that this is the best and at the same time the worst book that I have read this year. Continue reading

#AZDiverse Read-a-thon & #AYearAThon & July TBR

It’s been a while since I made a TBR post and even longer since I participated in #AYearAThon and there’s a reason for that. I am really bad at reading the books I have planned to read instead of other books that have nothing to do with my TBR list. Also, I have a really bad history with Read-a-thons; whenever I decide that I’m going to participate in a Read-a-thon something happens and I just cannot find the time to do it. Continue reading