Bookish New Year’s resolutions for 2017


Once again, a year has gone by way too fast. Overall, 2016 kind of sucked so it couldn’t be over fast enough, but when it comes to reading I feel like I could use some extra months. Yes, I completed my Goodreads challenge of 70 book and even surpassed it by reading 80 books! But when it comes to reading books that have been on my TBR list for way too long I have failed in an epic way … So, here are some of my bookish New Year’s resolutions for 2017!

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The Wolf of Dorian Gray by Brian S. Ference || Review


Last week author Brian S. Ference contacted me with the question to review his first book The Wolf of Dorian Gray. Since I absolutely love the original story by Oscar Wilde I got very curious, but also a bit sceptical because of the literary masterpiece that is The Picture of Dorian Gray. It’s hard for a beginning writer to come anywhere near the originality of a work like that of Wilde, especially if you use exactly the same main character and storyline as the original does. All this didn’t take away my curiosity though!

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Ritual by Mo Hayder || Review


After a little break from reading about crime and murder, I’m back at it with Ritual by Mo Hayder. I found this book a little while ago in my big sis’s room and the cover plus title made me very curious! And of course, when I began reading it, I found out that it’s the third book in a series about DI Jack Caffery (when will I learn). Luckily, it didn’t matter and I enjoyed reading Ritual a lot!

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