thebookishvoice with whatshistorythb

This edition of #thebookishvoice comes to you weeks too late because life juts got in the way. Nonetheless, it is one that I am very excited to share with you! Riza is a bookworm, blogger and writer. I am honored to have her as a contributor to #thebookishvoice. She contacted me and was so enthusiastic... Continue Reading →


Travelling nerd #2

I created this series to document little snippets of my holidays in terms of the books I was reading at the time. I love how the first one turned out and looking back at it always fills me with nostalgia. Looking at the pictures takes me back to the exact moment they were taken and... Continue Reading →

thebookishvoice with atouchofstarlight

Hey Bookishnerds, Welcome to the very first post of a new series! Today I bring to you thebookishvoice. This series stems from an idea that's been swimming around my head for some time - I want to bring more voices to thebookishnerd. I want to add to the texture and diversity of this space and I think... Continue Reading →

Nevermoor by Jessica Townsend

*This book was sent to me by PanMacmillan South Africa in exchange for an honest review* Synopsis: ''Morrigan Crow is cursed. Having been born on Eventide, the unluckiest day for any child to be born, she's blamed for all local misfortunes, from hailstorms to heart attacks - and, worst of all, the curse means that... Continue Reading →

January 2018 wrap-up!

January has been a really happy reading month for me because I spent it reading three of my favourite books. I did also read two other books, one by an author whom I adore and one by an author that has instantly become a huge inspiration. I loved everything that I've read last month and... Continue Reading →

Travelling nerd #1

I was recently away for my summer holidays and I decided to do a bookish photo edit from my time travelling. Below you can find pictures from all of the beautiful spots my books and I traveled to! My family and I went on holiday to Cape Town and then traveled home via the Garden... Continue Reading →

My summer reading list

During the summer I usually re-read books that I loved during the year or just books that I love. This year I'm taking four with me although I haven't read one of them. Four is quite ambitious, I might actually only take three. My summer reading list: The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola... Continue Reading →

The Olive Tree by Lucinda Riley

*This book was sent to me by PanMacmillan South Africa in exchange for an honest review* Synopsis: ''It has been twenty-four years since a young Helena spent a magical holiday in Cyprus, where she fell in love for the first time. When the now crumbling house, 'Pandora', is left to her by her godfather, she... Continue Reading →

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