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Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J. K. Rowling

Ahh, the nostalgia. I’m going through a re-read (or re-listen) of the entire series and I started at the beginning. I haven’t changed any of my ratings so far, they’re all at five hearts/stars but I wonder continually whether I would have loved this series as much as I do now if I only read […]

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On Jazz (and Maybe Modern Art)

I like jazz. Sometimes. A. and I went to a jazz concert on Thursday, the Ljubljana Jazz Festival is in full swing and we got the tickets. We listened to Carate Urio Orchestra and for the most part, I enjoyed the music quite a lot. What I mean is this: some parts, where it was […]

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My June

I forgot to do a May update, which is something I only realized halfway through June. So this is two months worth of stuff. I can’t believe it’s only been two months since I changed my blog design – it feels so right I can’t even rememeber what the old one looked like (which is […]

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Second Chance Summer by Jill Shalvis

As you might know, I truly believe Jill Shalvis is the queen of contemporary romance. I only encountered her books last summer, when I read Simply Irresistible and though I only reviewed a small number of her novels here (the Wilder series), I actually read most of her works. I’m therefore comfortable in claiming that her series […]

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Blue

Last week, we spent four days at my parents’ weekend house. While it rained one day (YAY for Ikea and new stationery!), it was sunny most of the time, so we took long walks and I took photos. I didn’t even do anything to these photos (I’m trying to learn about photography and photo editing […]

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Every Breath by Ellie Marney

Ahh, this was a great one. I’ve had some bad luck with contemporaries lately (I mostly blame the New Adult genre) and I’m so glad I decided to read Every Breath, because it’s really, really good. I like Sherlock Holmes. Or I like the modern versions of him, anyway, as I tried to read the original Doyle […]