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Writer, book blogger, tea drinker, late night snacker.
Professional cryer who spends way too much time online, eating books for breakfast.

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Deadly Elit Book Club Update


This post comes with no surprise at all, since I've shared my struggles with a reading slump and general apathy towards everything that requires focus or brain muscle.


This third lockdown really played a number on me, and as I'm barely finding my footing through my daily tasks, I'm falling behind on my reading.

Without mentioning the fact that right now, having books shipped from the UK takes a really long time - thank you, Brexit - so I never start on time and I really don't like to rush my reading as I still think, despite having a book blog, a connection with Publishers, a Bookstagram and a writing project in the works, that books are for fun.

So this is why I've decided to turn this Book Club into a bi-monthly read-along. This means we all have more time to read as well as less money to spend on books. It's a win-win situation I hope you will agree with and support.

I've already announced the book pick for the month of February but since I'm a perfectionist,  we will be reading The Bellwether Revivals from March to April, leaving February behind.

I hope you can get a chance to buy a copy and read it with me throughout the months, fingers crossed it's a good one!

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