I thought I cancelled OUABC this month but apparently not on time so here we go with my second unboxing of the Adult box! Just finished reading the book/unpacking all of the gifts and I can say that this box wasn't as great as the previous one.. Bookish items (cat not included 😁) were: 🌸A … Continue reading Unboxing Once upon a book club Adult Box April 2018
Every day social media overwhelm us with info about climate change, animal abuse, mass extinction, child labour and so on. Horrible facts that make us sad and helpless with rage. Luckily, because of social media, people are made more and more aware of these things and awareness is the first step to change. But does … Continue reading All the little things that help this planet..
So for those of you that didn't read my last blog about my new and exciting hobby (I guess that's all of you *whap whap whap whaaaaaap* ((insert sad and awkward tune)) I do Aerial silk! But my studio (aerial studio Arnhem) asked if I wanted to join a hoop workshop and since I … Continue reading Aerial hoop workshop!
What-a-wonderful BOX! 😍 I loved everything about it! First things first, for those of you who don't know OUABC, it's a little different from the usual boxes like Owlcrate or Fairyloot. First of: they have different types of boxes. Adult, YA and one for little kids 😁 The items in it are giftwrapped and signed … Continue reading Unboxing Once upon a book club Adult box: March 2018
Rating: 4/5 stars This series was it for me from the beginning. The pattern of words woven into an intricate piece of sentences that would mark my reading and writing experience forever. I WAS HOOKED. So naturally when the fourth installment was announced I was ready and set to go. The story continues when Juliette … Continue reading Review Restore me by Tahereh Mafi
Rating: 3/5 stars I liked this book! It isn't a heartstealing pulse racing kind of book (well, at the end it did keep me captivated) but an overall good 3 out of 5! At first I thought the author must be male because of the typical no nonsense thinking pattern of the male main character … Continue reading Review Ink and bone by Rachel Caine
Rating: 2/5 stars So The Hazelwood... One of those books that leave me unsure if I liked it or not 😅 maybe by the end of this entry, I'll give you a conclusive answer. It starts really, agonizingly, interminably, time-consumingly slow. It couldn't keep me engaged in the story so I had to … Continue reading Review Hazelwood by Melissa Albert