It’s almost midnight over here, which is a ridiculous time to be blogging, but I really wanted to get this done today. I bought Dragon Age: Inquisition for the PS3 yesterday, and I am officially obsessed, so that has been taking up all of my time. Hence, no blogging has happened! But today I am bringing to you my favourite things I discovered in March, so let’s get straight into it.
I kind of ignored the fact that I have a blog for the last few days, but today I thought I should finally get around to writing this. I mentioned in one of my posts that I discovered a lot of exciting things at uni, and I already published a post with my new favourite music, so today I’m going to finally share the movies and shows that I have watched recently!
As I mentioned recently, there are a lot of things I discovered in the last few months, and I really want to share those new favourites with you guys! I thought I’d start by showing you some of the music I discovered in my first semester at uni, and leave movies, TV shows, and other stuff for a different post. I hope you enjoy!
2016 kind of happened in two parts: the first half I was reading so much I could hardly believe it, and the second half I barely read anything at all. But I still had a lot of favourites, so I thought I would share my best reads of the year! (These are not necessarily books that were released in 2016, just ones I happen to have read during the year.) Continue reading “Best books of 2016”
2016 has been an … interesting year. A lot of bad stuff has happened world-wide, but there were lots of exciting and amazing changes for me. So here is an overview of the best days I had the past year! (You can thank my great organisation skills for having kept a list with all the dates of these events.)
If you’ve read my last post, you know that I didn’t read anything this entire month – I am one hell of an example for all prospective literature students. I do have other favourites to share though, mainly lots of music and some TV shows, so let’s get started!
Ayunda @ Tea and Paperbacks posted this about a month ago and I thought it looked like a lot of fun and an interesting topic to write about. Definitely check out her original post, without it this one wouldn’t exist after all! (I hope you don’t mind that I’m doing this, I have no intention of stealing your idea, just thought it really looked fun!)
If you don’t know what a book hangover is, it’s that feeling you get after finishing a really good book, like it’s all you can think about and you feel terrible because it’s over, and a part of you is convinced that you’ll never be able to enjoy another book again.