Play Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

I recently reviewed the script for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, but now I can say that I have been one of those happy people who have seen the play and here are my spoiler free thoughts. Continue reading “Play Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”

Memory Lane: First library card

It is time for another memory lane, this time let’s talk about libraries! Continue reading “Memory Lane: First library card”

Discussion: Paper Book? Audio Book? E-book?

I believe that words, “I prefer paper books, because they are REAL books!”, are familiar to you. I have heard many people saying that and I have said it myself too. But after time things change, I am not saying that anymore, because the e-book devil has me in its possession!  Continue reading “Discussion: Paper Book? Audio Book? E-book?”

Memory Lane: How did you learn to read?

Many people who love reading say that they read already as children. They give the impression of little genius kids, who taught themselves to read at age of three and started on classics ten years before me, although we are the same age. Continue reading “Memory Lane: How did you learn to read?”

Discussion: How to organise a book shelf?

Before I jump into this, I just wanted to give a shout-out that at last bookowly has also joined the bookstagram, so you can check out that here. Continue reading “Discussion: How to organise a book shelf?”

Discussion: Why book series is a thing?

The fact that I have to be ready to wait for continuation of story just because the books are not out yet, have to get three or more books in order to finish a story or have to double or triple check if I’m really buying the fist book in the series (and if the story is serialised) has been bugging me for a long time. What is the point of having books serialised, if each book is 300 pages in large font and the word count is really low?  Continue reading “Discussion: Why book series is a thing?”

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