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Closed for Holidays!

The title speaks for itself but just in case as you might guess I’m going on holidays! I’ll be gone two weeks and unfortunately (or fortunately, depends on how you look at it) I won’t have any Internet access so I won’t be able to upload any posts.

Despite of being on holidays, most of my time will consist on reading, reading and reading because holidays is about getting some relaxing time and honestly what is more relaxing than reading? That’s right! So when I get back, I definitely will upload some reviews and of course my monthly wrap up. I might do a post about my holidays as well, where I could show you guys where I’ve been and the places I’ve seen just to do a different kind of thing. And that’s just it I believe.

I hope you guys are having a terrific summer and I will see you again very soon! In the meantime, Happy Reading Everyone!


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