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My Rating: ★★★☆☆ (3/5)
Synopsis from Goodreads:
Pillow Thoughts is a collection of poetry and prose about heartbreak, love and raw emotions.
It is divided into sections to read when you feel you need them most.
Make a cup of tea and let yourself feel.
I like to read
and write poetry from time to time, but I never reviewed a poetry book/collection before so this is definitely a first for me and I don’t know what I’m doing and just deal with my ramblings and I’m so sorry if it won’t be coherent enough.
Anyways, this book initially had me singing and thinking about Zayn whenever I read its title and just like with Pillow Talk—I’m seeing the pain, I’m seeing the pleasure while reading this.
Heyyy there! ✨
January has already ended a few days ago and it seriously went by so fast. I can’t believe that we’re already done with the first month of 2017! So anyways, I decided to do a wrap-up plus monthly favorites post because I wanted to share to you all the books that I read, the things that I loved last month and just other important January notes. I’m planning to do this on a monthly basis for this year, and I hope I’ll be able to do so because last year I only published like 3 wrap-up posts.
I’m going to stop word-vomiting now, and let’s start of with my reading and blogging wrap-up:
Heyheyhey there! ✨
Before the year ends I just wanted to squeeze in one more post, so here it is! Truly, 2016 was such a wonderful reading year for me—I read a lot of books, finished my Goodreads Reading Challenge (71/60 books read) and added a lot to my Favorite’s shelf!
And of course I wanted to share to all of you my top 16-ish books for 2016 as well as my reading + blogging goals for 2017.
Hey there lovely people!
I’m here again to deliver my 3rd or my last quote for this challenge! Yay, for the 3rd day! As usual here are,
- Thank the person who nominated you.
- Post a quote for three consecutive days
Nominate three new bloggers each day.
Today’s quote is a piece from Lang Leav’s book titled Memories.
“Give me someone I can write about.”