From February until May 2020 I tracked my book hauls on my blog (after that it became too awkward to mention me buying 3583993 books each month). From February until May 2021 I will look back on my book hauls from last year and reflect on whether I read the books I bought or not. I saw this idea on The Book Dutchesses blog and loved it, so here I am with my throwbacks!
40-45: het verhaal van de spektakel-musical – Ria Maes
40-45 was a Belgian musical about World War II. I absolutely loved the musical and found it to be so beautiful, so I also really enjoyed the book!
ON just my own LINE – Yentl Keuppens
Yentl Keuppens is a Belgian influencer and wrote a book about how she manages her Instagram account, how she takes her picture,… I found it to be an interesting book.
De buitenjongen – Paolo Cognetti (~ The Wild Boy)
The writing style of Paolo Cognetti’s books is so so good, but at times a little too detailed. It was a lovely experience to read one of his books, but I didn’t feel the need to read more of his books.
Soul Tourists – Bernardine Evaristo
I ended up not reading this book and unhauled it.
RENS – my lifestyle guide – Rens Kroes
This book contained a lot of recipes and work out tips and tricks,… It was really interesting to read.
Hoe je stopt met plastic – Will McCallum (~ How to give up plastic)
This was a really interesting and insightful book to read. It made me reflect upon my own ecological footprint.
Wat zou Martin doen? – Nic Stone (~ Dear Martin)
This was such a good book! I understand the hype there was around it! However, I had problems with the Dutch translation so that made the experience less nice for me.
I see London, I see France – Sarah Mlynowski
I also ended up not reading this book and unhauled it. I’m sure it’s now on a better place and that it will really be read!
I read 75% of the books I bought in February 2020, which seems a very good job to me!
Would you like me to start mentioning my monthly book hauls again on my blog?