This is the first time I'm participating in The Sunday Post. I never felt I had much to tell before but now I think I do. I hope you'll enjoy this post!
In Real Life
As you probably know, I graduated this week. During my Bachelor's degree, I struggled writing my Ba paper due to an enormous amount of insecurity and an awful supervisor. I failed that paper twice and was not allowed to start my thesis the next year, which means I lost an entire year. Needless to say, that was a big blow.
So, at the beginning of this academic year I chose a supervisor with a kind and competent reputation and topics which interested me. She always had something positive to say about my drafts which helped tremendously with my self-confidence. In the end, I graduated with distinction because of a great thesis. The thing I was so scared to write, ended up being my greatest accomplishment so far.
I want to thank everyone for their kind messages yesterday! I loved them all!
On the Blog
There have been a couple of changes this week.
For one, I have created my very first Instagram and Twitter accounts which will be all about books and my blog, so check it out! If you follow me on either social media, I'd be happy to follow you back!
You can also follow me on Goodreads and 'Bloglovin!
If you want to follow which TV shows I watch every week, you can follow me on TV Show Time!
Reviews this week
I finally figured out the best way to up my ratio on Netgalley: read the "read now" comics and graphic novels. I love the genre anyway and they are usually fast and compelling reads.
- Taproot by Keezy Young 3 stars
- The Ghost Of Gaudi by El Torres 3 stars
- Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel by Mariah Marsden and Brenna Thummler 5 stars
Stacking the Shelves and Top Ten Tuesday
- Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR List
Currently reading: The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan
Next Week on the Blog
You can expect another Stacking the Shelves post on Saturday. Hopefully I will be able to post another Top Ten Tuesday and a review but that will depend on the amount of work and classes I have next week.
I hope you enjoyed this post! Leave your thoughts down below and have a great week and happy reading!