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Currently #2


A long time has passed since I last did my first currently post (10 months I believe) but I thought fitting to write another one.  Although my days are spent being more worried about Uni work than anything else, I decided to spend this week finishing Winter by Marissa Meyer and the rest of the Little Black Classics I own. Suitably enough, I have 7 LBC left to read it and it’s my intention to do so, one each day. It doesn’t take a lot of time to go through them and they will be a nice distraction between study hours, I think, as well as will be the poetry collection by Frost. Winter, on the other hand, will be my companion before going to sleep.

During the last weeks of December all my reading time will be spent re-reading Harry Potter (finally!) after trying to do so for the last three years and failed. And even though I might not re-read the entire series I will be happy with whatever I can manage; I simply just wanna be back in Hogwarts with my favourite trio and their gang.


What are your plans this week? Are you taking part in #HarryXmasToYou?

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