Sunday Salon : Wrapping Up February

Sunday Salon : Wrapping Up February

So this is it! February is finally over! I can’t tell you how much I was looking forward to this! Read in February : This was crazy-midterms time and I am extremely glad it’s kind of over. Of course, with all the studying, I didn’t get to read as much as I would have wanted. With 9 books read – maybe 10 if I finish One of the Guys by Kristan Higgins today – I can’t really complain about the numbers, but I had...

Read More

Sunday Salon : So this is (temporarily) goodbye!

Sunday Salon : So this is (temporarily) goodbye!

Hello again everyone! For many of you, the turkey has come and gone, and some of you even took some time to read this weekend. What a great idea! I would have loved to join – although I did read a lot this week, considering the craziness that is school. With all the stress and insomnia that the end of the semester brings, I consider reading like a necessity of the mind: after some time, all those art philosophers’ big words...

Read More

Sunday Salon :

Sunday Salon :

Hello fellow readers and bloggers! Hopefully you had a great week! Time really is spinning and, in barely over a month, Christmas will be here. I know we’re supposed to start decorating our place for the holidays this weekend, and I can’t wait! I find Christmas Trees to be one of the prettiest things. How many of you are Christmas freaks too? Have you start decorating your house? As for reading : Books read this week : Wintergirls...

Read More

Sunday Salon : Christmas Suggestions?

Sunday Salon : Christmas Suggestions?

Hey readers and bloggers! How was your week? I noticed there were a few bloggers catching up on reading this week by having their own little read-a-thon; I know I was one of those! I had such a great time reading, even though it was a little hard at first to relax and embrace the moment. You can read my recap here. Read this Week : The Chosen One by Carol Lynch Williams Santa Olivia by Jacqueline Carey Bogus to Bubbly by Scott Westerfeld Jinx...

Read More

Sunday Salon : Books, Birthday and Read-a-thon

Sunday Salon : Books, Birthday and Read-a-thon

Hola, book people! Another week has gone by, and I feel like I can finally breath a little. Papers have been given to professors and tests have been completed. Now begins the anxious time waiting for the results : some professors have zealous correctors though, and so I already got some results. I’m quite happy with them, all over the class average (sorry for the bragging, but I was quite proud! :D) This doesn’t mean I have no more...

Read More

Sunday Salon

Sunday Salon

Happy November everyone! This week has been insane! It’s been study study study, and writing papers, and then a great friend of mine came home, and it was fun but oye! I do feel a little out of breath! Lucky for me, the mid-term craziness will be a thing of the past by Monday night. I’ll still have work to do of course, but at least I’ll feel like I can breath in between! I still managed to read a little this week, which was...

Read More

Sunday Salon : The Week of (almost) no Reading

Sunday Salon : The Week of (almost) no Reading

Good day fellow bloggers! As of right now, many of you have spent 24 hours up reading, or close to, and probably look something like this. Or maybe you’re confused like this! Anyway, I’m sure you had lots of fun! Sadly I couldn’t participate this year, except for a little cheering, since I have been swallowed by the Uni monster : with three papers and three tests coming in the next week, it would have been very unwise of me to...

Read More

Sunday Salon : on Read-a-Thon envy and Books

Sunday Salon : on Read-a-Thon envy and Books

Good Morning everyone! So it’s true : one week from now, it’s the biannual Dewey’s Read-a-thon! Can you feel the excitement? I can! And I don’t even know yet if I’ll be able to participate – but probably not. I’d say there are 9 chances out of 10 that I won’t be able to, and I’m a little sad about it! But I have to act wisely for once (gasp!), and joining the fun would mean loosing two days...

Read More