Reading in Krakow

 

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I’m currently on holiday in Krakow, Poland, and so far it’s been pretty amazing. Not only is the city beautiful and full of history, but there are also lots of bookshops! As you can probably expect, I’m having a brilliant time πŸ™‚

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*Random Post Alert* My Holiday to Jordan

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In September I went on holiday to Jordan. I mentioned it in my September reading update, remember? I also mentioned that I would be writing a post about it on a travel blog I’ve recently joined.

Now the post has been published on said travel blog, so I’m posting a link to it here because I wanted to share my trip with you.

I also wrote one a few months ago about my trip to Colmar, if you’re interested πŸ™‚

Wishing you all a great week!

Nevernight by Jay Kristoff

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I think that most people have either read this, have read reviews about this, or have heard of it at the very least, so I’m a bit late to the party (don’t worry if you haven’t actually heard of this…you have now πŸ™‚ ). This novel took me a bit longer to get through that I had planned because I picked up a whole bunch of other books along the way (story of my life). But I finally decided to dedicate my undivided attention to it during my holiday in Jordan and boy was it worth it!

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Reading Update: September

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September has been a busy month. I spent most of it still at home in London with my family (since I live in Amsterdam now, it’s nice to be home with them for a while). I also had the most amazing holiday in Jordan! It was an incredible trip – I did and saw so much, and I was lucky enough to stay with the nicest family ever! I’ll be writing a blog about it on a new travel blog I occasionally write for, so be sure to check that out if you’re interested (I’ll write a post on this blog directing you to it once it’s up πŸ™‚ ).

Anyway…back to the books πŸ˜‰

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