blog award

One Lovely Blog Award


I was tagged by LaRonda @Flying Paperbacks and I just want to say thank you, because this really means a lot to me.

The Rules

  • Thank the person who nominated you.
  • Share 7 facts about yourself.
  • Nominate 15 bloggers and inform them of the nomination.

Now, the fact:

1) I really love food. I love to cook, I always try different recipes, and different dishes from all over the world. I watch a lot of Tv shows about food, like Man Vs. Food or Masterchef. Obviously I like to eat too!

2) I love animals, except snakes. Sorry, I’m afraid of snakes! Currently I have two pet rats, Mr. Jingle (Do you know where this name came from?) and Rexi, and a budgie, Coco.

3) I’m obsessed with a precisely period of time between 1886 and 1912, so I read books and watch tv series set in those years.

4) When I was little, my dream job was Paleontologist. But I don’t like desert. I still love dinosaurs. Dinosaurs are the best.

5) I travel a lot during summer, and my dream destination is everywhere I can watch the Northern Lights. And I want to do whale watching too.

6) I have several disease, neither one curable, so my life is pretty difficult, even if it doesn’t seem if you watch me from across the street, for example. I try my best every single day.

7) Michael Bublè and Josh Groban are my favourite singer.


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You don’t have to do this tag!

book tag

Alice’s adventures Book Tag

This tag was made by Falling down the book hole for the Down the read – a – thon hole reading challenge.


Alice in Wonderland:  A book that makes you think of your childhood.

Night of the living dummy by R.L. Stine. Yes I know, I was a creepy child.

Caucus Race: A book with a race or competition you enjoyed.  

Harry Potter and the Goblet of fire!

Through the Looking Glass: An Alice in Wonderland Retelling you have read or your favorite Alice retelling.

I just finished Curiouser and Curiouser by Melanie Karsak, but I didn’t like it. Alice in Zombieland is another retelling, but it was just meh.

Knave of Hearts:  A book about thieves

Otto Von Trapezoid and the Empress of thieves by Jesse Baruffi is hilarious!

White Rabbit:  A popular book you are late to the party for

The hate you give. I think I have the ebook, maybe I read it this year.

Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum: Your favorite sequel

The sands of time by Michael Hoeye, sequel of Time stops for no mouse.

Pool of Tears: A book that makes you cry

The lovely bones by Alice Sebold.

Caterpillar: A book in which the character reminds you of yourself

I’m currently reading Wonder and Auggie reminds me a little of myself. But also Bilbo Baggins reminds me of myself. I miss my books. And my armchair.

Mad Hatter:  A book with a love story 

Die Love Rise by my friend Rosa Campanile!

March Hare: A book dealing with a mental illness

Under Rose tainted skies deals with social anxiety and OCD.

The Dormouse:  An underrated/under-hyped book

Practical Demonkeeping by Christopher Moore. (Isn’t a tag worth it if I didn’t mention Moore at least one time.)

“Eat Me” Cakes:  A book with a magical element

Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder.

Flowers of Wonderland:  A book that involves music

In I diari degli angeli by John Peter Sloan, Jesus is a rockstar. That counts, right?

Queen of Hearts:  A book with a villain 

The Darkling from Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo.

The Bandersnatch:  A book with a mystical creature

The Percy Jackson series is a good choice here.

Down The Rabbit Hole: A book someone else recommended to you

A ex friend of mine recommended me Dracula in Love by Karen Essex, a horrible retelling of Dracula. That’s (and other things too) why she’s no longer my friend.

Walrus & the Carpenter: A collection of essays, short stories or poems

Bones is the garden by McKayla Debonis is a collection of poems about a lost love and a broken heart.

The Jabberwocky: A book with a battle/fight scene

The Hobbit by Tolkien has a lot of fighting scene (the dragon, the spiders) and the battle of the five armies. *crying on the floor*

The Playing Cards: A book with a group of characters

A game of thrones by George R.R. Martin.

Tea Party: A book based in England/UK

I finished Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch, set in London, of course!

The Cheshire Cat:  A mystery book 

The Hound of the Baskerville by Conan Doyle.




wrap up

January 2018 Wrap up

Hello! How’s everyone? Finally January has ended: between my health problems and other things this month for me was endless!

Here’s the first wrap up of this blog! I will put in here only the english books that I read, not the italian one.

A spark Unseen by Sharon Cameron: the worst book of the month. Only 1 star for me, due to a MC stupid and too much romance.

I hate zombies by Shantnu Tiwari: I DNF this book.

Reunion by John Hartness: good scary tale, but the ending is meh.

Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder: the best book of the month! Not a 5 star book only for the ending.

Leather Apron by Sylynt Storme: funny vampire/time traveler short story.

And you? What’s your best book of January?