Where are you from? is a simple enough question to answer, no? Well, not really. At least not for me. Especially not when people want to know what my hometown is. I just about lived to see my first birthday in the town I was born in before my parents decided to move. My mum, my sister and I were all born in different countries. I’m bi-racial (or multi-racial if I trace my lineage three to four generations back) and currently live in a country where none of my family members were born in.
The past week I took to experimenting in the kitchen. As you can see in the photos above, I baked crème caramel!
Yesterday I posted How to Properly Spoil a Book (Part 2) but realized this morning that I forgot to mention a few more things. This is why I’m posting Part 2.1 as a follow-up.
Two weeks ago I talked about spoilers and how they are the worst. I then explained how to use spoiler tags on Goodreads and BookLikes.
Writing book reviews, for me, is a way to record my thoughts and feelings about the books that I read. At the same time, they offer a good way for me to look back on those books without needing to re-read them because, let’s face it, I am not a big re-reader. I don’t have…