Anything is Possible. Short Stories by Elizabeth Strout

Anything is Possible by Elizabeth Strout

Elizabeth Strout’s My Name is Lucy appeared everyone in my Twitter timeline last year with praise from various bloggers and readers whose taste in contemporary women’s fiction I blindly trust. Back then I was curious about the book though not enough to buy it up at my local bookshop, but when I saw the Spanish […]

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New Times

Hello, everyone! It’s been a long, long time (almost two months!) but I’m finally back. A lot of things have happened of lately. The most exciting one: I finally got my PhD! It’s been one of the most challenging and most rewarding things I have done in my life, and all I can say right […]

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DNF-ing Books And Moving On

Sometimes life is too short to keep on reading! Ever since I started blogging about books seven years ago I have always encountered one awkward and slightly malicious question: “Why do you only review books that you love?”. At first, I did not understand where the question was coming from, though a quick look at my […]

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20 Reading Questions

Gooood morning everyone on a beautiful and sunny Monday morning! Twitter was buzzing with some great blogging activity a few weeks ago and I couldn’t join back then, but following my dear MarinaSofia’s example, I thought I’d answer the 20 Reading Questions here keeping in mind the 280-character Twitter rule 😉 Women’s fiction. I am […]

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Dear Michelle, We Got Him. I’ll Be Gone in the Dark by Michelle McNamara and the Golden State Killer

2018 saw the publication of Michelle McNamara‘s posthumous work I’ll Be Gone in the Dark: A Woman’s Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer(*). The US screenwriter and true crime expert were working on a new take on what she called the Golden State Killer when she suddenly passed away at the age of 46 in […]

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Let’s Make it Visual! Pictures for Book Lovers and Pinterest Love

A collection of pictures from the Bodies in the Library’s Pinterest account to enjoy.

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Not Forgiven But Forgotten: Top of the Lake (Season 2) – China Girl

The future is female, and so is crime television. 2017 became a game-changer with a previously unseen revolution of powerful and strong women fighting for their rights and openly denouncing the inequality and the violence – many times silenced – that has been historically embedded and tolerated in everyday life. Time’s Person of the Year […]

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Confession Time: Sometimes I Don’t Want to Read

Happy April, everyone! I can’t believe we are already four months into 2018. It’s already Spring! It’s supposed to be getting warmer! And my favourite part: Days are longer! It’s been quite some time since I last did a personal update, so I thought I’d share what is going on with my life right now, […]

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Review: The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton

The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton (Raven Books, 8th February 2018) quickly became one of last Winter’s most anticipated books. I saw my Twitter feed flooded with people praising the book and once I learned that it was a modern take on a Golden Age mystery, I knew I had to get my […]

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5 Crime Fiction Releases for Spring 2018

Happy first day of Spring! To celebrate that many of us are getting more daylight and warmer temperatures and we can finally read outside I’ve decided to share some of my favourite crime fiction releases with you today. I can’t wait to take these beauties out with me to read int he sun! Sunburn by […]

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