6 Recipes that Are Great for Summer baking

Summer is upon us! That means it’s time for light, fresh and fruity bakes and those are generally my favourites. Over the years, I’ve posted quite a few wonderfully fruity recipes, which you can find in my recipe index. However, I thought it would be nice to highlight a few of those older recipes in […]

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My TBR for the Path or Pantheon Readathon

It’s been a few months since I last participated in a readathon, but in July I’m back in readathon business! I’m doing the Path or Pantheon readathon, for which all of the prompts are based on gods and goddesses from five different mythologies: Greek, Egyptian, Yoruba, Norse and Japanese. I’ve chosen six books that I’m […]

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Recipe: Rhubarb Crumble for Two

Who doesn’t love a good crumble? It’s such an easy yet delicious dessert, and it’s a perfect way to use up a lot of different fruits. Last year during lockdown, I started making crumbles for two, since I wasn’t exactly sharing it with anyone but my boyfriend. I made a blueberry crumble and a peach […]

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If I Could Only Keep 15 Books…

I don’t know why I decided to make this video, because I had to make some really tough decisions for it! I answer the question which books I would keep if I’d have to downsize my collection to fifteen books andonly be able to read those fifteen books for the rest of my life…

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Recipe: Summer Fruit Cake with Cream Cheese

I’ve got a great recipe for you today! I baked this cake more or less on a whim, because we had a lot of strawberries and flat peaches lying around and I figured it’d be good to bake something with them before they started to perish. The result: a wonderfully fresh, summery cake with strawberries, […]

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Let’s Talk About Spoilers

Spoiling a book for someone else is a huge no-go in the bookish community, but everyone has different ideas on what actually constitutes a spoiler. How many details is too many? In this video, I answer a bunch of questions for the Spoiler Tag, and in doing so tell you about my thoughts on spoilers! […]

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Recipe: Rhubarb Compote

Earlier this week, I went to visit my grandfather for the first time in a few months, together with my father. The weather was beautiful, so even though it was already way past dinnertime, it was still nice enough to sit outside. My father worked in the garden for a bit, and we had a […]

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All the Books I Read in May – Mini Reviews

May turned out to be a great reading month for me! I ended up reading eight books, and I enjoyed all of them. In this video, I go into my thoughts on the books. I hope you enjoy it! What was your favourite book you read in May?

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Review: History of Wolves by Emily Fridlund

Fourteen-year-old Linda lives with her parents in an ex-commune beside a lake in the beautiful, austere backwoods of Northern Minnesota. Isolated at home and an outsider at school, she is mostly left to her own devices. So when a young family – mother, father and little boy Paul – move into the cabin across the […]

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Pentecost Weekend Reading Vlog

I haven’t filmed a reading vlog in a few months, but last weekend, I woke up feeling like taking you along with me as I lowkey participated in a Pentecost readathon. I read quite a bit and I think I might have found my filming mojo again!

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