Book Memes/Tags/Challenges, Wednesday Shelf Control

Wednesday Shelf Control: Tales of Trensalore: The Eleven’th Doctor Last Stand

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Wednesday Shelf Control is a bookish meme hosted by Bookshelf Fantasies on a weekly basis.

Hi!

How are you feeling within my new blog design? Everything still readable? Maybe there is something that concerns you a bit? I really care about the readability of my blog, so if there are any issues, please let me know!

And now we move onto another Wednesday Shelf Control post!

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Book Memes/Tags/Challenges, Wednesday Shelf Control

Wednesday Shelf Control: Too Close to Home

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Wednesday Shelf Control is a bookish meme hosted by Bookshelf Fantasies on a weekly basis.

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Hi lovelies! Hope you’re having a good week so far!

I don’t know what to write for the intro here anymore, because it’s a weekly meme, and not a post with unique type of content, so let’s just go straight and see which book I picked for this week’s Wednesday Shelf Control!

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Wednesday Shelf Control: How to Think Like Sherlock

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Wednesday Shelf Control is a bookish meme hosted by Bookshelf Fantasies on a weekly basis.

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Okay.

I have way too many books I got a long time ago, but still never get to read them. Question is, why you buy them even???

I DON’T KNOW, I JUST BUY THEM

Okay, so that’s why we have this meme going on and on and on.

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Monthly TBR, There's never enough time to read

April TBR (or I’m finally getting to read THESE monstrous books!)

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Привет всем*!

Sorry I didn’t post yesterday as it was supposed to be, got those health issues striking hard as the weather suddenly changed from sunny to very gloomy, with 6 hours of constant heavy rain. The only thing I did yesterday was lying on the bed, re-watching Fantastic Beasts ans Where to Find Them, and finally finishing a book after that horrible book hangover week 😀

*Hello everyone! – in Russian 😀

So, back to the topic.
It’s April already! Time flies so fast!
Happy belated birthday to everyone’s favorite fictional Weasley twins! We miss you Fred.

This month will be fully devoted to ebooks, so no personally taken pictures this time, not even sorry about that lol

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Wednesday Shelf Control: Night Circus

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Wednesday Shelf Control is a bookish meme hosted by Bookshelf Fantasies on a weekly basis.

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Hola world! /how about I will greet you in different languages?/

I ended up buying too many books this month. AGAIN.
Well, that’s who bookworms are, right?

But we’re here today to take out books that’ve been on our shelves for way too long, right? So let’s get to it!

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Monthly TBR, There's never enough time to read

March TBR

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Hi again!
March has finally started, which means it’s time for March TBR list!
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So it’s been almost 1 month since I’ve started this blog, and I’m totally loving it! Although my reading speed is far away from actual booknerds, I think I’m on the way to recover my childhood reading speed (which was really fast). So I’m setting up a goal of reading 4 books this month, including:

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Reading resolutions, There's never enough time to read

2017 TBR list

Hello!
Despite some bad news that suddenly happened to me just yesterday (phone with all needed photos stolen), I choose to stay positive and continue building a habit of being a socially active new blogger here, so here we go with the first official _not_introduction_ post, which is my 2017 TBR list.

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In January, I unfortunately only made past 1 book (further left), so here’s the rest that I’m going to read this year (of course, not limited by that, haha)

Since January had passed, exclude the further left book (which is a good book, by the way! And I know, zero chances of having it translated to English, but I’ll write a review with short informative introduction for you guys), and focus on everything else.

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