Monthly wrap-up – April 2019

Hi friends, happy May! It’s that time again to sum up everything that has happened in the last month so… let’s get to it!

in real life

In case you don’t know this just yet, I have two loves in my life, reading and travelling. Because of life and other stupid things happening in the later half of 2018, I hadn’t travelled for over 8 months and…. I had been getting ITCHY, like, really badly, to go somewhere. To walk around, map in my pocket (I’m old school like that) and explore the world.

April came and went and, with it, finally gave me that chance to travel again. April is my sister’s month, because it was her birthday on the 16th and, for the Easter weekend, she and I took our backpacks, suitcases, woke up at dawn on Friday, April 19th and went back to London. We had, as we always do in this city that is probably our favorite in the entire world for now, the best time. We visited, bought books (I couldn’t not get books. I had to), walked a lot and helped English people finding their way (???). As always, it was amazing. My itch to travel never is really gone, but IT FELT so good to travel again. I love London so much.

So this was the highlight of my April, friends. Otherwise it’s been the usual routine of working, commuting and handling work. Thankfully, May brings on a lot of bank holidays for me and it also means being one step closer to June, July, August, hopefully more travelling and more of this. This map in my pocket and that feeling of, just, feeling alive and so, so very content.

on books

I have once again read a little less this month, mostly because of travelling and, well I guess books were a bit longer somehow? Or maybe I just always set a too high reading goal and can never meet it each month. Ah, expectations. That’s fun. Anyway here’s my little mix of new and “old” releases I’ve got through in April.

πŸ“– Books I read

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VOX β˜‚οΈ This book was… well, kind of terrifying to read, yet also so good and it made me think a whole lot, too.

ALL OUR BROKEN PIECES β˜‚οΈΒ  This book deserves way more hype, because it’s an incredible contemporary tackling mental health, with great and complicated family relationships, an adorable romance and it’s just everything I love.
πŸ“– read my full review

GIRLS OF PAPER AND FIRE β˜‚οΈ I finally read this book and…. well I might have hyped it up a little too much in my head. Before you all scream at me, let me say that it was still a solid 3,5 – 4 stars, I really grew fond of the characters and the writing was so, so very beautiful.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TINFOIL CROWNS β˜‚οΈ Now this was a very interesting contemporary, I loved the YouTube celebrity angle and the very complicated family relationships, unfortunately I didn’t love the main character. Still, an entertaining read overall!

I WANNA BE WHERE YOU ARE β˜‚οΈ Hello this is exactly the kind of contemporary I’m complete trash for okay, road trips and adorable childhood best friends and ahlbrebr;zejkznr I loved this okay.

BRIGHT BURNING STARS β˜‚οΈI’m currently reading this book as I’m drafting this blog post and… well so far it has friendship and drama and I can feel more drama coming and HERE FOR IT.

 

  • Goodreads Challenge: 25/60 books : Still 6 books ahead of my goodreads challenge!πŸ”₯
  • Year of The Asian Reading Challenge: 3/10 books.

 

 

 

in-real-life

Since finishing the draft of my previous WIP in late March, I… well I haven’t taken the time to write again, but my brain hasn’t been completely off, either, as I’ve been toying around in my mind with this new idea that’s shaping up to slowly become an obsession and maybe a potential new WIP? I’m not sure, but I’m excited about the possibility.

I hate writing this, but I have to somehow because I just want to rub it in that I haven’t written a word.

  • Words written: 0.

on the blog

I want to take a moment to thank all of you for so warmly receiving my new blog design and appreciating just as much as I do and for all the compliments, thank you so, SO much for everything, it means so much!

It has been an usual month when it comes to blogging, with a small blogging break as I travelled and… it felt kind of good and I’m really hoping this will make me take breaks more often, too, because they are important, no matter how much I love blogging.

πŸ“– Book reviews

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Click on the book covers to be redirected to my reviews.

πŸ’» Book blogging

πŸ“š Book discussions

πŸ“ Book Tags & Awards

πŸ’¬ Author Features

 

 

 

 

 

 

I don’t have anything special planned out for next month, still hoping to entertain you all with some recommendations, lovely interviews and blogging rants.

I took a small break from blog hopping in April yet here I am with a gazillion posts to share. Ooops.

πŸ“š Books & Reading

πŸ’» Book Blogging

πŸ“ Mental Health, Lifestyle & Other Posts I Loved

Is there a blog post you are particularily proud of this month? Feel free to send it along with your comment!


How was April for you? Anything fun happened? Did you have a great month overall?

What were your favorite books this month? Discovered any awesome books? Tell me everything in comments!

 

 

 

 

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96 thoughts on “Monthly wrap-up – April 2019

  1. LONDON?! I remember seeing your IG stories and posts so I’m not surprised but I’m so happy you traveled there ❀ I can only imagine how much fun it must've been. True, sometimes we fret a lot about blogging breaks but they're just as important as writing that blog post we've been stalling for days XD I read Girls of Paper and Fire in January and true, the hype is too much but it was a good read nonetheless. I'm yet to read Tinfoil Crowns but considering you liked it overall, I'm more confident about picking it up πŸ™‚ It was so much fun reading this post! April was great for you and I hope May would be too ❀

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    1. Ahh thank you so much Fanna, you’re too sweet ❀ ❀ It was a lot of fun!
      I'm so glad I'm not the only one feeling this way about Girls of Paper and Fire, I was so nervous to say it, but… well, it was good but not as great as I thought it'd be? :/
      I hope you will have a wonderful May as well, Fanna, thank you so much! ❀ ❀

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  2. That’s awesome you were able to go to London last month. I wish I lived in Europe just for the fact that traveling to cool places would be a TINY bit easier. LOL I don’t have any travel plans coming up, but it would be nice to get away for a weekend or something. I’ll have to see. Hopefully summer will bring some opportunities for both of us!! I need to get back into my WIP too; that’s cool you have a possible new idea though! Thinking about it counts. πŸ˜‰

    -Lauren
    http://www.shootingstarsmag.net

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    1. I feel so lucky for that, to be able to go to other countries so easily since everything is quite close. I hope you’ll be able to travel through Europe someday πŸ˜€
      Thank you so much, Lauren, I hope you will have a wonderful May ❀

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  3. I’m glad you got to go travelling again! I went to London 3 times between November and December last year, and I loved it too. Did you go to Foyles? I could’ve bought all the books in there. *_*

    I hope you have a wonderful May!

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    1. Ahhhh that’s SO great! I went to Foyles, yes and… well I would have bought the entire young adult section if I could hahaha I loved it SO much. So many books ahhhh.
      Thank you so much, Kyra! I hope you will have a lovely May ❀

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  4. I resonated with your descriptions about how traveling makes you feel so much — and I love that you use a paper map! Very classic πŸ˜‰ I feel really antsy when I don’t get to travel too, but that’s a bit hard to do when I’m a full-time student. I’ve tried to satiate that wanderlust by taking some out-of-the-way trips at home, but it’s just not the same as flying to a new place, suitcase and backpacks in hand! I love that feeling of getting off a plane… I can’t even describe that euphoria properly. 😊 I’ve been loving all your Instagram travel pictures this past month & I hope you can travel again very, very soon! πŸ’•

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    1. Ahh this makes me so, so happy to hear you feel the same way, there’s nothing like this rush of happiness when you arrive to a new place to explore. I wish I could travel more, but it’s hard working full-time for me too, so we make the most of it when we get an opportunity for sure πŸ˜€
      Thank you so, so much Zoie, I hope you will have a wonderful May ❀ ❀

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  5. I definitely have the travel bug myself, I haven’t traveled much since November! I’m dying to get back into it! I’m going on a trip at the end of the month, which I’m super excited for! My April was honestly pretty good, with the ending kind of sucking. I ended my relationship of almost a year, and I’m extremely down because of it. I’m hoping May is just the beginning of a wonderful summer? Also, thank you so much for recommending one of my posts! That means the world to me. It was such a pleasant surprise and brightened my day. I hope you have a wonderful May! xxx

    Melina | http://www.melinaelisa.com

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    1. Ahhhh the end of the month, so exciting! I hope you’ll have a great time, I can’t wait to hear all about it πŸ˜€
      I’m so sorry to hear about your relationship, Melina, I’m always here a message away if you ever want to talk or rant or anything else. I hope that May will bring on tons of positive things and the start of a wonderful summer for you ❀ ❀ ❀

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    1. I…. don’t know either to be honest haha, I always feel like I need to do more and more, but I’m glad that I still managed to do a lot πŸ™‚
      Thank you!! ❀ ❀

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  6. What a wonderful wrap-up post! I’m so glad you were able to travel this month. I don’t travel or explore nearly as much as I’d like to, but I’m looking forward to a trip to Colorado in July for my brother’s wedding. I may or may not ever leave once I get there πŸ˜‡

    And thank you so much for sharing my posts! It means a lot to know that my words are appreciated, and that I’m not alone in whatever I’m thinking and feeling.

    I hope you have the most wonderful May possible! <3<3<3

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    1. Ohhh that’s exciting, I hope you’ll have a fantastic time there! πŸ˜€
      You’re so, so welcome Christine, you’ve been on a roll with the incredible blog posts and discussions and I’ve been having the best time reading them ❀
      Thank you! I hope May will be great to you ❀

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  7. ooh, I’m so jealous you went to London! I really want to go back there someday (especially to Waterstones!) I’m happy to see you enjoyed I Wanna Be Where You Are; I’ve been wanting to read that one. I hope you have an equally good May! ❀

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  8. Glad you had a great April Marie! I’ve been having those similar feelings with writing. I’ve been watching Brandon Sanderson writing lectures and the things I’m learning are helping with developing ideas. I hope your goals keep going up from here πŸ˜€ I also love all the discussions that have been happening in the blogging world. I sure can’t keep up but I’m really stoked for all the discussion.

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  9. It seems like you had a good April Marie, I mean I may be biased here but personally anytime spent in London is time well spent! πŸ˜€ You picked a great weekend to come down as well because the weather was just insanely amazing, but hopefully the rest of your May bank holiday weekends will be just as wonderful. Do you have anything planned to fill them?
    There have been months where I haven’t written anything for my WIP either, it happens, but ohh I’m very interested in your potential new WIP. Is it something you may start during July Camp NaNo or November NaNo? I’d love to hear more about it some day when it becomes more than a potential WIP and an actual WIP you know? πŸ™‚
    You may not have anything planned for May but whatever you post will be amazing I’m sure. Happy reading and I hope you have a brilliant May as well. πŸ™‚ ❀

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    1. I know I feel like we were SO lucky with the weather it was amazing that weekend! πŸ™‚
      I don’t have anything special planned out for the May bank holidays so far, unfortunately, no πŸ™‚

      I think I might! I’m still at the point where I’m thinking of the idea, so not sure about July, but maybe in November who knows πŸ˜€
      Thank you so much, Beth, I hope you’ll have a beautiful month!! ❀

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  10. Great wrap-up! It looks like you had an amazing month! I haven’t read Girls Of Paper and Fire yet but it’s on my TBR list. I’m planning to pick up Serious Moonlight this month and I’m so glad you loved it!
    Hope you have a wonderful May! πŸ™‚

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  11. Oh happy belated birthday to your sister, Marie!! Glad to hear you had a lovely time in London. ❀ And I love how you know the city so well that you're able to give directions to English people. πŸ˜€

    Girls of Paper and Fire was a 3.5-ish read for me too, but I did really love the girls' relationship. And I read a bit of Bright Burning Stars and there was already so much tension between the MCs, so I can't wait to see how that blows up. Here's to a wonderful May!

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    1. Thank you so much, Kathy! It is pretty amazing ahah, it makes me feel like a real Londoner and I love it πŸ˜€

      Ohhh I can’t wait for you to continue reading Bright, Burning Stars, I had such a good time with that one and the tension and friendship was the best thing about the book for sure.
      I hope you will have a lovely May πŸ™‚

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  12. I’m so glad you got to go traveling! I am definitely feeling the travel bug, too, but I don’t think I’ll be able to scratch it until the summer of 2020 (but hopefully going to New Zealand, so the long wait will totally be worth it). I love London so much, though. I definitely wish I lived closer to I could visit there more often, because it’s definitely a place in my heart.

    Also, I love your recommended posts section. I seriously opened half of those links. ❀ I hope you have a wonderful May!

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    1. Ohh New Zealand, wow that’s AMAZING, this has to be such a great trip coming ahh I’m so excited for you, Nicole! πŸ˜€
      Oh thank you, this makes me so, so happy, I hope you found posts you love! Thank you so much Nicole, have a beautiful May ❀

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      1. I am SO HOPEFUL that it happens!! I am determined to make it happen, so fingers crossed that it does! I’ll definitely blog all about it if it does, though.

        I hope you have a wonderful May, as well, thank you! ❀

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  13. I’m so happy that you got to travel this month! I really want to tour Europe at some point! I’ve been thinking recently about where exactly I’d want to go first. I’ve technically been to England, but I was 2 years old at the time, so I have zero recollections of that experience!

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    1. Thank you so much Malka, I really hope you will someday ❀ there are so many gorgeous places there, but since I am very biaised I will most likely say, PICK FRANCE FIRST πŸ˜€

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  14. I started a new job in January, so I have NO vacation time right now! I miss traveling, but we’re planning some trips for later in the year. I really hope to get to London one day!

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    1. Ohh but congratulations on the new job, Angela, and vacation will be all the more amazing when you can finally go again πŸ™‚
      Thank you so much, have a beautiful May! ❀

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  15. I’m glad you got to go back to travelling this month– travelling is really fun. It time where you just get to be in the moment and experience new things!! And you came at the right time to London with the blue skies.
    I’m sorry GOPAF didn’t live up to your expectation– that is the danger with hyped books but I’m glad you did still enjoy it. I haven’t read it myself yet!!
    I’ve haven’t done any writing this month either– I can be really bad at not making it a priority but I am hoping to get some done next month.
    Happy Reading and I hope you have a great May!! ❀

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    1. Thank you so much, Sophie, we were really, really lucky coming in that gorgeous weekend indeed!
      I hope you’ll get to write a little more next month as well, fingers crossed! πŸ™‚

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  16. Oh what a lovely month you seem to have had, Marie! Sudden escapades are always fun, especially when visiting beloved cities and joined by the people you love ❀ So happy to hear you and your sis had tons of fun and got to buy books too!
    Sometimes a little break does wonders… Getting back to blogging feels even better afterwards, I think!
    Wonderful wrap up, hon, and so glad to see so many lovely updates from you ❀ Keep up the wonderful work!

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  17. Aww, I totally get the itch to travel and congrats for getting back to London. I wish I could take a travel again, but IΓ¬m not in the condition to do so. But the longing… oh, that’s strong.

    Also yay for the WIP and… are we on the same pages? I felt the urge to do something else and I started to work onto another project too? I just need to balance both my research for both WIPs.

    I didn’t see the blog design until now, with all the new details, since I went in a hiutus, but so adorably cute ❀ And yes, taking breaks sometimes is good

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    1. Oh I can understand that, Camilla, sending you all the love and the best and hoping for some travel vibes, even small ones, for you soon ❀ ❀

      I hope you'll manage to write a little more, Camilla, and yay for bright new ideas coming in, this is always so exciting!! πŸ˜€

      Thank you so, so much, I'm so happy you like the new design! I hope you'll have a beautiful month ❀

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  18. London! I’m so glad you got the chance to return there – it’s so amazing and I hope to visit one day. Even though you didn’t write anything, it sounds like you had a great month regardless! There’s always the future to write more words. I hope you have a fantastic May!

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    1. I hope you’ll manage to visit someday, it is such a wonderful city, I love it so much ❀
      Thank you so much Sophia! I hope May will be good to you πŸ™‚

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  19. I’m glad you got to go off for a spontaneous little adventure there!! That is awesome 😌 And also eep, books! The perfect thing to find on an exploration. Thanks for sharing my posts too (you are the NICEST) and congrats on being ahead of your Goodreads challenge! I wrote so much in April, but read…so so very little oops. This might be the year I don’t complete my goodreads goal!? But I’m trying to be ok with that and also just enjoy what I read as much as I can!

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    1. Thank you so much, Cait! ❀ Your posts were incredible, thank you for sharing them with the world ❀
      What really matters is that you enjoy what you read and if that's the case, it's all good to me πŸ˜€
      Have a beautiful month! ❀

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  20. Thank you so much for all the Blog Posts from other Bloggers you add in every monthly wrap-up! They really help me in finding new cool bloggers and very interesting blog posts. ❀ I'm really excited for Bright Burning Stars; the synopsis sounds super interesting and the cover is beautiful. I would love to visit London some more because I've only been there before once and it felt very warm and cosy and like it could be my city, you know? the possibility of feeling at home in London. Hope you have a great month of May! c:

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    1. Oh you’re so welcome, I’m so happy you appreciate them and hope you’ll find bloggers you love there ❀
      Oh I get that feeling so much, I got it the first time I went t London and still get it, every single time. ❀
      Thank you so much Janina ❀

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  21. HAHA it’s so funny that you redirected some English people when you were in London?? That’s so wild and I wish I was a frequent enough visitor of a foreign city enough that I could do that!! ❀ Oh, I totally see how GoPaF can kind of be overhyped, I think? I don't think that it's the Classic Adventure Fantasy and I think it's very.. slow-paced and moving and more of a gradual creep into the political intrigue rather than other things it may seem like it would be! I loved it, but I was definitely hesitant during the beginning! ❀ I'm so happy you had a nice April!

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    1. I know right haha, I loved it so much, makes me feel like I fit in right there in the city and I loved that feeling ❀
      Definitely! It is slow-moving, I enjoyed the writing a whole lot, but I guess it's a case of where I expected a little too much :/
      Thank you!! I hope you will have a beautiful May ❀

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  22. I read more books than I ever read before in a month for April thanks to the Aspec readathon and it being autism acceptance month. I’ve also read Girls of Paper and Fire before and thought it was a solid 4 star too.

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  23. I’m sad another month was very rough on me, and I’m really unmotivated to blog, study, read … do anything, to be honest. Your posts were one of the highlights of April – I’m sorry I didn’t get the chance to properly appreciate them, but thank you so much!! You do seem to know what everyone needs in their lives haha πŸ’›πŸ’›

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    1. Oh no I’m so, so sorry to hear that Marta and please don’t worry about that, you are way too sweet ❀ Always here if you ever need to rant, I hope that May will be soft and sweet and good to you! Sending you all the positive vibes ❀

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  24. Wonderful wrap up as always, Marie! It’s so great to hear that you and your sister had a great trip! ❀ And what bookworm can resist NOT buying books while on a trip!? Hehe. You wrote so many fantastic blog posts this month, and I hope you have an absolutely lovely May! ❀

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    1. I really really hope you can read it as soon as possible, it’s such a fantastic book ahh ❀
      Thank you so, so much Fadwa, hoping that May will be amazing to you ❀

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  25. Marie, I’m so glad you had a lovely month, because you 1000% deserve it! Also, I’m glad you enjoyed London! Your trip highkey made me want to go back 😭 AND wow books in england are so reasonable I want to cry? I’m a little bummed that you didn’t love GoPaF, but oh well. I hope you’re enjoying your current reads! And thank you for linking my post – I’m so so glad you liked them, you truly are too sweet ❀ I can’t wait to check out the other posts, because I know it’s gonna be great! Happiest of reading and I hope you have a May as wonderful as you are ❀

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    1. Thank you, you’re way too sweet ahh ❀ I miss all the bookshops so much haha.
      I didn't fall head over heels for Girls of paper and fire, but I did enjoy it, it was just an average read for me overall, unfortunately, I think the hype was a bit too much :/
      Thank you so much, I hope May is being kind and good to you ❀

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  26. I’m glad to hear you guys had a nice trip πŸ™‚ You were lucky with the weather too. It turned super cold again after Easter…
    I laughed at your encounters with people not finding their ways πŸ˜€ It happens to me all the time as well. Not sure why, but i get stopped regularly by people looking for directions.

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    1. YES! I noticed that, we were really, really lucky coming in that weekend, I’m so happy about it (and miss it already haha).
      I guess maybe we have one of these… friendly, helpful and… somehow have this look that make people think we will know all of the directions? hahaha.
      Thank you so much Norrie! ❀

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  27. I’m so glad you got to travel in April! πŸ’› I’ve never been to London (or any part of Europe for that matter!) but it sounds amazing! Also, I really love your “around the blogosphere” section of your wrap-ups because it make me feel like I’m in the loop lol. But I also always love finding new blogs. Here’s to an awesome May!

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    1. Thank you so much, Madeline! ❀ Oh, I hope you'll get to visit Europe someday (and France, hello, in case you ever want to visit :D)
      Ahhh thank you, this makes me so happy ❀

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  28. Congrats, it sounds like you’ve had a really great month. I get EXACTLY what you mean about being itchy for travel, I have that feeling right now! All my latest trips have been little ones and I’m desperately craving a new adventure. I need to get something booked.
    I’m so glad you had a lovely time in London. I got there reasonably regularly and I still find something new every time. It looks like the weather was kind to you as well, hurrah!

    Thanks so much again for doing my Pancake book tag, loved reading your answers. πŸ™‚

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    1. I hope you’ll be able to book a new trip soon, there’s nothing like a little getaway to look forward to ❀
      Thank you so much Becky and of course, I had such a fun time with this tag πŸ˜€

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  29. Yay! I’m so glad you had the chance to travel this month! One of my biggest dreams ever is to visit London. I feel like there are soooo many things to love about this city, especially the weather, though for what it looks in your pictures, you had a more Marie-like weather, with a blue sky and warm sun? Let me know if it was just a blue sky and actually freezing – these are some of my favorite days, hahah.
    I am excited on your behalf about the idea of a new WIP. Everytime I have a new idea, even if I’m never committed enough to work through it, I’m always super happy. If you ever think about going through with it, I’d love posts about your outlining and creative process. This is my favorite part, anyway!
    Hope you have an amazing May, Marie! πŸ’›

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    1. Thank you so much Lais! I hope you will get to visit London someday, it’s one of my favorite places in the world. We got really lucky with the weather indeed haha and it wasn’t freezing, which we were very thankful for haha πŸ™‚
      Thank you so much!! Oh, I have no idea what I’m doing and for now I’m still in that state where I just think about my idea, so… I don’t know if writing about outlining and my creative process would be interesting or not at all hahaha. Thank you though!! ❀ ❀

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  30. Looks like you had a wonderful time in London with your sister! I’ve always wanted to travel to England! Unfortunately there’s a large ocean in my way lol

    I’ve been hearing good things about Vox. The synopsis gave me The Handmaid’s Tale vibes… Have you read that one? Did they have similar themes/tones? Looking forward to reading your review.

    Happy reading in May πŸ™‚

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    1. I really did! Oh I get that ahah, I want to travel across the ocean so so much as well, but… well, it’s so far ahah πŸ™‚
      I really liked Vox! It was a chilling read, at times and made me want to scream more than once out of anger, but was definitely a great, realistic read, too. I haven’t read The Handmaid’s Tale so I can’t properly compare the two though πŸ™‚
      Thank you so much Amanda! ❀

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  31. Aww, your trip to London sounds amazing! ❀ I'm so happy you got to go and have a wonderful time. I hope to go there someday, it looks beautiful.
    Thank you so much for mentioning my post, I'm so happy you enjoyed it! *hugs you* You're the kindest ❀
    I hope you've been having a lovely May! I'm sorry this comment is so late and that I've missed your most recent posts, but I hope to catch up on everything soon. πŸ™‚

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    1. Oh thank you, Olivia, I hope you’ll get to go someday, it’s such a wonderful city, I love it so much ❀
      You're so welcome, your post was amazing! and please, no need to apologize at all! I hope you've been well and have been having a lovely month ❀ ❀

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