2017 Mid Year Recap: six months, six favourites

I remember when my grandmother used to tell me something like “aprovecha ahora, que después te haces vieja como yo y el tiempo vuela!”. No, my granny was not crazy, she is just Spanish. If you want to get all stereotypical then yes, she might be a little crazy, or what we like to call passionate. Anyway, what she would tell me translates to something like we youngsters should make the best use of time now, before we go and grow old, because time flies when you are all wrinkled. At least according to grandma.

And you know what? That woman is right as a Saint. And yes, that is another Spanish saying directly translated to English. I might have inherited some of granny’s passion, but I do feel like every year time flies by faster. I mean, look at us now, talking about mid year recaps when I didn’t even have time to start the diet I promised on my New Year’s resolution list. Oops.

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Bookstagram for beginners. Tips & Advice by The Bibliotheque.

During the last few weeks I have been getting more and more messages asking me for bookstagram tips and advice. This gave me the best excuse to finally sit down and give form to this post I have been wanting to write for a while. Before you dive into it, know that there is a big part of rambling. If you get through that, you are a champion – and you must like me very much.

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Guest post: Here’s to loving ourselves unconditionally and unapologetically.

I am thrilled to present you the first Guest Post on The Bibliotheque. Yes, you heard right. This is the beginning of a new section where you – yes, you – will be able to speak your mind and heart and use this blog as the last push you need to get to more people. But what makes today really special is not the new section opening, it’s the what we will discuss and the who being in charge of discussing.

Over a year ago, when I started my instagram account, I would have never imagined I was going to meet such amazing, kind and beautiful little creatures. Furthermore, I would have never imagined that I was going to connect at such strong level with someone. But don’t be mistaken, even if I have met a lot of great and talented people, only a few I consider actual friends. Even if we have never been standing in the same place at the same time, we still stand together in many different ways. We share passions, obsessions and worries. One of these little creatures is Marie. As well as me, she is a fierce advocate of self love, and as you may know I think it is super important to talk about body image and all the wrong and mistaken social standards we are constantly bombed with. So here’s Marie’s beautiful post about accepting and loving yourself and the importance of doing so unconditionally.

Thank you, Marie. You are a ray of sunshine.

You can find Marie at @Mariesbookdiary

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Release radar: my most anticipated reads this Summer

May was was probably the greatest month of the year so far regarding book releases. After all, it’s not often that my two most anticipated books – ACOWAR and Lord of Shadows – release the same month. But now that the hype train has calmed down a little bit, I’ve realized that 2017 still has great books in store for me. For us. Moreover, this summer, a lot of books I have been looking forward to will be released. Quite a few of them I even pre-ordered months ago! There’s nothing.

So I thought, why not sharing the books stealing the spotlight in my Release Radar? And the best part? They all look amazing and absolutely swoon-worthy. You know my taste and my sweet spots so be ready for the cheese.

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May Wrap-Up & the bookstagram of the month

My beloved bookworms, let’s say hi to June, the anticipated Summer, ice-cream season and flowery dresses. Look at me being so lovely and girlie. But let’s cut to the chase here, this is my birthday’s month AND Game of Thrones upcoming season is getting closer. So let’s say freaking hi to DRAGONS and birthday presents as well.

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