Hi friends and happy Wednesday! 😊 I get asked a lot what kind of books I like or what do you read most of... Something along those lines. More often than not I blank out before I answer and well, it gets slightly embarrassing. Today I'll be sharing 5 genres I tend to read from.… Continue reading FromMyBookshelf: My Top 5 Genres
If you have been following Suckerforcoffe for a while now then you know I'm an avid fan of classics. I simply love them. So when Lucythereader announced the classics readathon I was so excited! Essentially classicsathon is a year - long readathon where one will be reading as many classics as possible. You can set… Continue reading Classicsathon 2020 TBR
Hey friends! ☺ So end of September I shared my my Gilmorethon TBR, which you can find here, where I shared 8 books I hoped to read in the two weeks the readathon was running and today's post is a wrap up of the challenges. I managed to read 6 out of the 8 books… Continue reading Gilmorethon Wrap Up |Fantasy, Classics, Fiction and More!
Hey friends! Today I'm comparing two books that I think are fairly similar and that I both liked. This is the second post in the series, you can read the first one here. I dub these two books as science gone wrong. I read Frankenstein earlier this year and I liked it fine and I… Continue reading If You Like This, Then You’d Like This: Frankenstein and The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde |2
Good morning, friends and happy Wednesday! Only a few more days until October and that means, Victober is here! If you're new here, hi 😊, essentially Victober is a month long readathon from 1st to 31st October, where we read Victorian Literature. The challenge is hosted by BooksAndThings, Lucythereader, Kate Howe and Beyondthepages. You can… Continue reading Victober 2019 TBR
Hello and happy Wednesday! Today I come to you with an exciting post, to me at least, because it involves my favorite time in literature, The Victorian Era. A few weeks ago I found out that there's a challenge called Victober, basically reading Victorian Literature in the month of October, and to say I was… Continue reading Victober Reading Challenge TBR