Today I’m going to do my first tag-post. I found The Rapid Fire Book Tag at The Little Booknerds and it looked like a fun tag. The tag is created by GirlReading and it has 24 questions. Read on to see what this tag is about (& to see more pictures of my gorgeous vintage Remington typewriter)!
Today I received my book box from Celebrate Books, a Dutch book subscription service that offered an English book box for March. The theme of this box was ‘Stories that create music’. About this box they said;
“Raise up your alternating voices! This box is all about love, grief and a story that sings directly to your heart. This solid contemporary book will make you fall in love with endearing and diverse characters. You are going to need those tissues.”
Stories That Create Music Box
Curious to find out what was inside this box?
Ever since the first time a saw the classic Disney animated movie, I was in love with Alice in Wonderland. It’s a wonderful story about a little girl named Alice who chases a white rabbit down a hole. She enters a magical world where she discovers the strength and potential of her imagination.
Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland is a beloved classic tale and there is lots to learn from its underlying messages.
Let’s start by saying that
I am Sherlocked.
I love everything Sherlock Holmes related and when I found out that Brittany Cavallaro wrote a novel with a Sherlockian twist, I had to read it.
A couple of weeks ago, I was looking for book subscription boxes. One of the boxes that caught my eye was the Chocolate and Book box.
Today I received my box. It is my first ever subscription box, so I didn’t really know what to expect. I was very happy when I opened the box and I think I will need to order next month’s box too.
“Books and chocolate make life bearable…”
I loved reading Ragdoll by Daniel Cole and I was very curious to know what would happen next. Daniel Cole did a great job with this well-written dark thriller.
A detective with no one to trust.
A killer with nothing to lose.
Two days ago I walked into a bookshop and I stumbled upon a book between a few large stacks. The book has cheerful illustrations on the cover and I was drawn to it immediately.
The book is called ‘Creative Flow – A year in my mindful life’ and it is sort of a creative diary. It is written by Jocelyn de Kwant, a mindfulness journalist, and the illustrations are by Sanny van Loon. ‘Creative Flow’ is a workbook with 365 practical exercises that revolve around mindfulness. There are many drawing tasks, but also writing assignments and breathing exercises.