Hardback or Paperback?

Paperback all the way! They’re more cost efficient for me to buy and they take up way less shelf space. Plus, they are easier for me to carry when I’m on the go.

 Harry Potter or Lord of The Rings?


I haven’t read either series actually. (Sorry!) But I prefer the Harry Potter Universe over LOTR.

Stephen King or RL Stine?



Hmm…I’ve actually only seen movie adaptations of King’s novels, but I’ve never read his books. So R.L. Stine is my go-to pick! I was a huge fan of the Goosebumps series as a kid.

Sci-Fi or Fantasy?

Fantasy! It’s my top favorite genre!

 Reading Indoors or Outdoors?



Reading indoors, because every outdoor reading experience I’ve ever had has ended badly. If I try to read outside usually I get attacked by mosquitoes and other bugs.

Twilight or 50 Shades of Grey?

Even though Twilight books are bad (my teenage self would disagree otherwise), I’d still pick that series over 50 Shades.

Shopping Online or Local?

Shopping locally is the best. Shopping online may be more cost efficient, but nothing beats being able to go to a physical bookstore and glance through the shelves.

The Great Gatsby or The Catcher in the Rye?



The Great Gatsby. I love novels set in the roaring twenties.

Fiction or Non-fiction?

I’m more of an escapist when it comes to reading, so Fiction is always my #1 choice.

Bookmarks or Dog-Earing?

Uggh! I could never dog ear my books, I use bookmarks all of the time.

Dr.Seuss or Ronald Dahl?



Hmm… this is a hard one to choose since both authors were childhood favorites. I guess I’d have to pick Ronald Dahl.

E-books or Audiobooks?

Bookreview: ‘Rebel of the Sands’ by Alwyn Hamilton

Welcome my dear readers,

Today I have my first review. You probably knew I was reading ‘Rebel of the Sands’ by Alwyn Hamilton and last evening the wonderful experience ended. I loved it and now I’ve got a review for you. I did read the book in Dutch so there may be some differences.

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Photography Session:Winter in Amsterdam

Hello and Welcome on my blog,

Today I’ve got a new kind of post for you. This time is has nothing to do with books, but with photography, which you probably could guess ’cause it is in the title, but okay. My idea is to post a photography session every month on the third Saturday and every month has a different theme. This month’s theme is ‘Winter in Amsterdam’ and all of these pictures are taken by me, with my phone so don’t expect to much from the quality. Also if you have ideas for next month’s theme, please comment down below and maybe your idea will be it. That’s all I have to say, please enjoy.

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UK vs US Bookcovers

Welcome back my dear readers,

How was your day? Mine was busy, energy sucking and long, and while I only went to school. Let’s stop the small talk and go on with the subject, books.

I told you my next post was going to be about books, but I can’t place a review, cause I didn’t have time to read the last week, so I’m going to do post a book covers discussion, also known as UK vs US cover. I’m doing this because how hard all of us want to deny it, we love beautiful books but every book had different covers and we want the best for our shelves. So here is some help.

So book covers…..

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25 Bookish Facts About Me Tag

Welcome my dear readers,

Today I’ve got a new booktag for you, this time there are no questions. Only me and me trying to find interesting facts about my bookish self.

1. My name is Saloua and I’m a teenager from the Netherlands.

2. I currently own 21 books, which is kinda sad for a bookblogger.

3. I started collecting books september 2016 but I read books from the library so I don’t buy a lot.

Boeken, Bibliotheek, Schappen

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