Can’t believe another week passed by already, time’s flying! In last weeks Wishlist Wednesday I showed you guys a couple of sequels I desperately want to add to the collection and today I got a new list for you. In need for some new books to add to your tbr as well? Or just curious to see what kind of books are on my personal wishlists? Read on.. Read More →

I mostly bought completed series in the past – if a series was already completely published yet – and started reading them when I’ve had all of the books at home. But I’ve come across several series I didn’t like as much as I thought beforehand and ended up selling the series, which is such a waste of money I think since you never get the exact same amount as what you paid, even though most of the books are still brand new. And since my book shelves are beginning to fill up again and I need to be smart about the ‘space’ on myRead More →

I’ve recently shared my Vacation/Summer tbr and thought it would be a great idea to write a ‘themed wishlist Wednesday’ again. The summer, for me, reminds me of FeelGood readings so today I share some FeelGood books from the wishlists. These books seem like the perfect summer read. Curious to see which ones I’d love to add to my tbr this summer? Continue reading… OPEN ROAD SUMMER by Emery Lord After breaking up with her bad-news boyfriend, Reagan O’Neill is ready to leave her rebellious ways behind. . . and her best friend, country superstar Lilah Montgomery, is nursing a broken heart of her own.Read More →

Are you ready to spent some money? If so, you’re at the right place because you may want to buy a book or two – or more, lol – after finishing this article, lol. The Wednesday at Melissa’s book-world is known for me sharing books from my personal wishlists/to buy lists. I try to show different genres, since I love different kind of books and want to give you guys some change in scenery as well. Curious to see what books I’ve got in store for you today? Read on.. THE DISTANCE BETWEEN US by Kasie West I haven’t read anything yet by this authorRead More →