Or why we need to stop shaming E-Readers
I feel like I need to put a little warning at the beginning: This post will most likely turn into a rant.
With that being said, let’s just skip the introduction alltogether and dive into the topic. Today I want to talk/write about E-Readers and E-Book. With a sprinkle of audiobooks on top.
Enjoy and let me know your opinion in the comments!
Three months ago I posted a list of books I wanted to get to this year. And now that some time has passed I wanted to update said list.
I managed to tick off a few of the books, and hopefully will be able to cross a few more off once I have moved and have my bookshelves with me again. Until then I’ll have to read something else.
Binge-watching movies and shows on Netflix is one of my favourite thing to do in my free time. Obviously besides getting lost in a good book. And while I’m spending so much time on there I watch a thing or two that I really enjoy.
And about one of those shows I want to talk today. AMERICAN VANDAL
About the story // Cinder is a mechanic in New-Beijin. And a damn good one at that. Every day she goes to the market and offers her services to earn a little money. But it’s not that easy when you are a cyborg. Especially not when your own family despises you.
One day a peculiar customer enters her little shop. Prince Kai himself. That day would change her life forever. She learns secrets about her past and is caught in the power struggle between Prince Kai and Queen Levana.
Sometimes you just need more than one opinion to decide whether a book is worthy enough to be put on your TBR. So here I’ve got a few people, who were also talking about Ancillary Justice and I greatly enjoyed.
Today marks the day of something new on here. Yay.
I’ve wanted to do this for forever but could never agree on how to do it. So it just stayed on my “Things I want to try on my blog” list and waited. Until now. I thought it was enough time wasted and decided to just go for it.
Starting this month, I’m going to dedicate the a few days at the end of every other month to one book. You can expect a (short) review of the book, tell you what I liked or did not liked. Maybe I’m gonna sprinkle my favourite quotes in there as well.
Then let’s get started.
Here is my first book in the Spotlight: Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie
I’ve been seeing those kinds of videos all over Youtube. And thought I’d try it this year as well.
Will I read all of the books on this list? Probably not. But I will try and read as much as I can. And hopefully post an update later this year with most books crossed off 😊