Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

in The Midnight Cup of Coffee


Hello, darlings!..

First of all, I have a confession to make – I miss you all very much!

I miss blogging and reading and I hope to be back soon. I am happy to see that many people still come to my book-blog, that they (/you) still like my reviews. I can’t wait to share more books with you and to find out about many new ones.

I wish for you to have a wonderful new year!
I hope that all you deepest wishes will come true, that all the things you didn’t manage to accomplish this year will be of great success in the 2016. And of course, that all the beautiful books you didn’t get to read in 2015 will find their way to your bookshelves very soon.


Back to 2015…

happy-ariFor me, 2015 has been such a crazy year – the best and also (at some point) the worst. I was the happiest, but also terribly sad. I can’t believe that everything happened in just one year, it feels like a lifetime has passed instead.

You know, heartbreak is only good in books, in real life it’s a horrible feeling.
At the beginning of the year someone very close to me got diagnosed with breast cancer. I can’t put into words the despair I felt, how the pain ripped through me, how all I had was hope, how I needed to stay strong though I felt so very weak. Fortunately everything worked out in the end – the surgery, the treatment, it’a all good so far and I hope to God it will remain this way.

Then… a couple of months later something wonderful happened – my pregnancy.
I don’t think I’ve been happier in my whole life. I loved every moment, every second, every movement, every kick. I loved my growing belly and I kept dreaming about the moment when I was to hold my baby in my arms.

And you know what? No dream can match reality.

I am happy!..

I might not be able to come back to the blogging world for a while, I might not read much in the near future either, but I am living the story of my life and it’s such a beautiful one! My New Year’s resolution is to be a good mother to my baby boy (through all the shinny days and sleepless nights).

So, let’s make a toast: for happy endings, for dreams, for hopes! For a better 2016!

Happy New Year!


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2 responses to “Happy New Year!”

  1. Lis @ The Reader Lines says:

    Happy New Year, Ari!
    Wow, I didn’t remember you live in the future. Here it’s still 2015 and it’s not even afternoon.
    I miss your reviews so much! but I understand Richard Gansey the 4th needs all your time! (I know, someday you’ll throw a mental rock to me when I call your baby “Gansey”)
    I wish you have the bestest of the years!!

    • Ari says:

      Happy new year, Lis! I had the article up early on the 31, so I might have mislead you a bit ;)) I will also let you use the name (and to think I liked Adam better in the first book -though only- ), LOL! Have a great time and an even better reading list 😉 Hugs!

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