Month: August 2020

August wrap-up

August wrap-up

Posted 31-08-2020 by Marion in Allgemein / 3 Comments

Hello, everybody! Can you believe that the month is over already again? I mean not that I’m complaining. I’m kinda glad that August is over. I’m looking forward to September and autumn in general. But first of all, I need to tell you about some stuff that happened: ♣️ People, you won’t believe it but […]

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Review “Small Spaces”

Review “Small Spaces”

Posted 27-08-2020 by Marion in Allgemein, Reviews / 17 Comments

Title: Small Spaces |Author: Katherine Arden |Publisher: Puffin Books | Series: Small Spaces #1 | 218 pages The second book I read with my book club! I don’t think I’ve ever had more fun spitballing about the plot of a book than with this one. After suffering a tragic loss, eleven-year-old Ollie only finds solace […]

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Blogtour “The Beast & The Bethany”

Blogtour “The Beast & The Bethany”

Posted 21-08-2020 by Marion in Allgemein / 6 Comments

Title: The Beast and the Bethany | Author: Jack Meggit-Phillips | Publisher: Egmont UK | Genre: Middlegrade | 256 pages I was very excited to join the WriteReads gang for my very first blog tour. Turns out, my debut blogtour book was right up my alley. What is this book about? Ebenezer Tweezer is a […]

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Review “Shadowsmith”

Review “Shadowsmith”

Posted 19-08-2020 by Marion in Allgemein, Reviews / 7 Comments

Title: Shadowsmith |Author: Ross MacKenzie | Publisher: Kelpies |Genre: Middlegrade |280 pages I have read Ross MacKenzie’s “The Nowhere Emporium” a while ago. I remember loving it but I don’t think that I ever wrote a review about it or talked to anybody about it. But I remember that this was the first time I’ve […]

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July wrap-up

July wrap-up

Posted 18-08-2020 by Marion in Allgemein / 8 Comments

Hello, sweet peas! Am I late again with my wrap-up? Yes. Yes, I am. Seriously, July was weird again and while I would love to talk to you about all the shit I was up to, I can’t really tell you. I feel like July was just so looooong, like eternally stretched. I was feeling […]

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