Book recommendations to upgrade yourself (cc: The Code of the Extraordinary Mind by V. Lakhiani)

My relationship with non-fiction books is ... complicated, especially with the self-development ones. While I acknowledge their potential usefulness, I miss the plot twists that I enjoy so much in fiction books. However, from time to time I find a self-development book I actually like reading - and this is the case with "The Code … Continue reading Book recommendations to upgrade yourself (cc: The Code of the Extraordinary Mind by V. Lakhiani)

Political struggles and social issues in a small British town: A Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling

Context | I'm part of the generation who grew up with J.K.Rowling's stories from Hogwarts. I was about 7 years old when I read the first Harry Potter book and I was graduating high school when last Harry Potter movie was released. Ever since I heard that J.K. Rowling wrote also other books I wanted … Continue reading Political struggles and social issues in a small British town: A Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling

Behind the scenes with the 44th First Lady of the USA: Becoming by Michelle Obama

"Becoming" my Michelle Obama was another book I received this summer, along with other 17 books (the joy! <3). This book was the most surprising one to receive, as I had already strong plans to read it (meaning that I had borrowed it from Bookster just 1 week before actually receiving my own copy). It goes without saying that I read my own book, which also had a lovely wish written on it ❤