Quick Tips to Photography for Bloggers

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After reading the title of this post you are probably wondering 'What does the good old unreliable Sandra think she's doing giving advice to people?' That makes two of us. It is most probably a totally legitimate and well-conceived question. But I thought I would share a few tips anyway, despite the obvious drawback of being rather unqualified to do so. The nerve!

More Serious Than Not // Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

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(Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo. Published 29th September 2015 by Indigo. Rating: 3.5/5 stars.)

Starting this, I realised when I've written my last book review. 11 months ago. Saying it's a long while ago seems like a bit of an understatement in this case. Anyway, it is what it is. Can't blame myself for this one since it has also been a long while since I've read a non-uni book where I itched to write my thoughts down. Which is quite an achievement, if I do say so myself, considering how during this entire time, I felt like the ya books I'm reading don't even require me to have thoughts of my own but merely ask me to go with the flow.

When That One Books Comes Around

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It is probably no surprise that studying literature gives you very little time to read books. The ones you set for yourself, rather than the ones set out for you, that is. It's not necessarily a bad thing but sometimes, no matter how much you love reading, you kind of get sick of it. There is no comfortable reading position that stays comfortable for longer than five minutes after all. And all that shifting around just kills the groove when you're reading. But maybe that's just me.