Booklist

I don’t remember exactly when I started to enjoy reading. All I know is that it’s become an essential part of who I am today. As someone who always endeavors to learn new things, I am continuously fascinated with the wonderful worlds and adventures one can have through books. I am now in the process of accumulating books for my personal mini library, which I often post about on social media (IG: @kristinesbooklist).

In this little corner, I hope to share with you the books I have been reading and maybe let you in some my most personal thoughts and reflections.


“Keep reading. It’s one of the most marvelous adventures that anyone can have.”

Lloyd Alexander

“The greatest gift is a passion for reading.”

Elizabeth Hardwick

“Maybe this is why we read, and why in moments of darkness we return to books: to find words for what we already know.”

Alberto Manguel

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The Fastest Way to Fall by Denise Williams

Finally finished this read. 💜 Swamped with work for weeks now, and I’ve been so restless and anxious to meet deadlines. I didn’t even think I’d have time to open a book anymore, let alone finish one. But, as always, books have a way of calming the mind–becoming not only…

Teach Me (There’s Something About Marysburg, #1) by Olivia Dade

Happy New Year to all!! This marks my first read for 2022, and I’m happy to start another year of amazing reads with this humorous, incredibly charming romantic comedy by Olivia Dade. Teach Me tells the story of Rose Owens, a hardworking social studies teacher with a tough, impenetrable exterior…

In Summary: My December 2021 Reads

Happy new year to all! I hope you enjoyed your holiday celebrations with your loved ones. 🙂 I am uploading my December 2021 reads a bit later than usual, sorry about that. There’s always a ton going on at this time of the year. But I’m delighted to let you…

When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi

Beautifully written. Incredibly moving. Visceral and heartfelt. Tragic. Inspiring. These are just some words that immediately come to mind if you ask me about my recent read. When Breath Becomes Air is a masterpiece that grapples with the reality of death. If you are like me and are encountering this…

In Summary: My November 2021 Reads

Hi there! It’s been a long while since I last uploaded a blog post. Well, I hope all is well with you, dear reader. I’m taking a short pause from my now jampacked, busy schedule to bring you my reads for November. Of course, this bibliophile remains bookish at heart…



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