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Carina Pereira

Carina Pereira, born in ‘87, in Portugal. Moved to Belgium in 2011, and to Rotterdam, The Netherlands, in 2019. Avid reader, changing interests as the mods strikes. Whiles away the time by improvising stand-up routines she’ll never get to perform. Books are a life-long affair, audiobooks a life-changing discovery of adulthood. Selling books by day, writer by night. Contact

Quiz: How Well Do You Know Your Covers, Expert Edition

How good at identifying book covers are you? Put your skills to the test.

On Bonding With Damaged Books

Like many I once kept my books pristine, but lately I've developed a fondness for the books I've treated with a little less care.

The Cutest Book Sleeves For All Occasions

Whether you want to keep your books pristine or hide the questionable cover of your current read, you need these cute book sleeves.

Coming To Terms With Reading Less

Sometimes, those reading challenges change the way we connect with reading. It is okay to read less.

If It Has Spoilers, Why Make It A Foreword?

Should spoilers be restricted from the forward of a book? Does knowing something before you read the book impact the experience?

An Argument For Watching The Movie First

Book lovers the world over might disagree with the idea, but here are a few solid reasons to watch the movie first.

12 Novels With Recipes In Them

Because you'll get hungry reading these novels, you'll be delighted to know there are recipes to try out, too.

10 of the Best Philosophy Books of the Last Decade

While philosophers like Aristotle still have relevance today, these recent books of philosophy speak to the concerns we're living with now.

Persuasion: A Movie Review By Someone Who Hasn’t Read The Book

People had a lot of feelings about the latest PERSUASION adaptation. But how would you feel about it if you'd never read the book?

Publishers, As A Bookseller, I Beg Of You: Number Your Series

Books in a series aren't always numbered, but is this helpful? One writer explores why all books in a series should be numbered.