• How being an early reader made me the book loving person I am today

    How being an early reader made me the book-loving person I am today

    I don’t recall every aspect and detail of my childhood. For a person and reader that knows a lot of random facts (and very often justifies herself by saying they’re popular culture when someone else asks how and why the hell I know so much stuff), I don’t remember most of my childhood and early years. I do remember some facts. Like I never really liked candy because I’ve always had a preference for spicy and salty food. Or that I’ve always been an introvert and a very calm and quiet child… Except when my sister was born and I went full on mom-how-could-you-do-this-to-me-your-one-and-only!? But that’s a story for another…

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    Review: ‘Regretting You’ by Colleen Hoover

    As an avid reader, I try to read everything I lay my hands on. But in true honesty, what I enjoy reading the most are books that make me feel. And ‘Regretting You’ definitely made me feel. A lot. (And maybe ugly cry a little). «Regretting You» revolves around the relationship between Morgan and Clara, a mother and a daughter that try to be as opposite as they can be. Morgan, like most mothers, wants to prevent her daughter to commit the same mistakes she made when she was young, while Clara just wishes that her mother was a little less.. predictable and way more relaxed. Things seemed pretty normal…