May is a sad month in Tudor history. It marks the downfall of Queen Anne Boleyn, the second wife of Henry VIII in 1539. However, we continue to honor Anne’s memory by reading novels and biographies about her, writing articles, sharing instagram posts and blog posts. Continue reading “The Month of May: In Memory of Anne Boleyn”
Publisher: Sapere Books
Publication Date: March 28, 2019
Format: Paperback, Kindle
Continue reading ““The Catherine Howard Conspiracy”, by Alexandra Walsh”
When I decided to create this website I thought it would be a good idea to have an accompanying instagram account (@brewingbelletrist). Since my main themes are books and coffee, I decided to dedicate my account to following accounts with books and/or coffee related themes.
Now, every time I scrool down my book instagram account all photos are either coffee or book related or both. As most of you know already, books and coffee rarely go apart, except if the photographer is a tea drinker. The more photos I see, the easier it is for me to determine what kind of book decor is trending, what coffee cups are the coziest and which books seem to be the most popular at the moment.
Here I will make a list of what appears to me to be the newest trends in book world. Continue reading “Literally the Hottest Trends in Book World Right Now”
I used to have prejudice against e-readers. Mainly because I don’t like reading from a screen. There is also nothing that can replace touching and smelling a book which never runs out of battery. Still, in the end I convinced myself to purchase a Kindle paperwhite for a few reasons:
Continue reading “Why I Went Over to the Dark Side and Purchased a Kindle”