Woop woop! Hello May, AND HELLO ACOWAR. Oops, sorry. My excitement, you know. Anyway, April has come to an end and it’s time to wrap it up. This month I read a total of 6 books (plus one I started and didn’t finish during this last month). Some of them I loved, some others weren’t so great after all. I shared posts about Pinterest, lovely corners of Spain and I talked about myself on the Q&A I opened on instagram. And finally, I share with all of you my latest bookstagram obsession. If you want to know more, click click click and shall the wrap up begin.
“There is no glory in star or blossom till looked upon by a loving eye; There is no fragrance in April breezes till breathed with joy as they wander by.” William C. Bryant
I know, I know. It’s still me. Even if I am quoting William C. Bryant. Well, beautiful words are one of my weaknesses anyway. I think there is no better way to start a post dedicated to April. That month of the year that smells like the promise of spring but gifts us with showers and grey days more often than what we would consider comfort. Weather aside, during April I have been to a few beautiful places and I would like nothing more than to share them with you. Even if my photos would only capture a small fraction of their beauty.
How poetic am I today, huh?
For the ones confused after reading the title of this post, yes this is my A Court of Mist and Fury review. And, yes, this post in my way of expressing my undying love for Rhysand. Yet again, yes, this review was originally posted in my former blog in wordpress but somehow it got lost when I imported my content, so I’d like to take this opportunity to share it with you now that ACOWAR is releasing in a few days. Cue to screaming and fangirling like there’s no tomorrow.
So, this is a call for Rhysand lovers, this is a love letter to The High Lord of our Hearts. It contains high level of fangirling, swooning, quotes, aesthetics and some embarrassing confessions.
*This post is free of spoilers.
Last week I opened a Q&A session in instagram so we could get to know each other a little bit better. You guys were amazing, as usual, and sent a bunch of great questions about me, my bookish habits and the non-bookish side of my life. So, as promised, here are all of the answers and some gifs because I just can’t help myself.
I know, I know. I am known for always being late to all the hype trains and Pinterest is no different. So what, I am not the best at joining the trends when everyone seems to do it… but I eventually get there and when I do, I am all in. And let me tell you, Pinterest is the ultimate time consuming and procrastinating tool. But for the booklover, it goes beyond DIY and home decor, oh it does. For the booklover, Pinterest is the infinite source of aesthetic and inspiration.