3 Ways to Edit Your Photos for Newbies-Blogtober day 8

Hello, My Darlings! It’s day 8 of Blogtober and we are talking Photo editing. Have you ever struggled with photo editing? Or you don’t know anything about it? Here are some easy-to-use apps and programs. Hope you find it helpful

Use Presets for Lightroom

This is my new obsesion ,so easy to use and your photos always look AMAZING.So what’s a preset?It’s a pre-made lightroom app settings for your photos. Very easy to put in your app or on computer. You can buy really cheap presets on Etsy (I got mine under 1 euro)or you can find some free ones on the internet.

Free Program PhotoScape

This is still my go-to for photo editing! It’s free, easy to use, and has lots of good settings to play with. Fun fact -this was my first program where I made my blog banner and signature card. You can download it here free.

Snow or Facetune

I use Snow for my bookstagram, it has so many fun filters and settings. You can even edit short videos with it. It’s free and easy to use. Totally recommend. Facetune is pretty similar, but not as fun. So try both of those to find the perfect fit.


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“October TBR”- Blogtober Day 8

Hello, My Darlings! It’s the Blogtober Day 8, hope you are enjoying Blogtober as much as I am. Today I want to talk about my TBR for October (if someone doesn’t know TBR stands for To Be Read ). I’m on a reading slump this October, but still, I hope to read those books. That’s my goal, so let’s dive into it!

Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch
by Terry Pratchett,
Neil Gaiman (Goodreads Author)
40536331._SY475_According to The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch (the world’s only completely accurate book of prophecies, written in 1655, before she exploded), the world will end on a Saturday. Next Saturday, in fact. Just before dinner.
So the armies of Good and Evil are amassing, Atlantis is rising, frogs are falling, tempers are flaring. Everything appears to be going according to Divine Plan. Except for a somewhat fussy angel and a fast-living demon—both of whom have lived amongst Earth’s mortals since The Beginning and have grown rather fond of the lifestyle—are not actually looking forward to the coming Rapture.

And someone seems to have misplaced the Antichrist . . .

Why I’m excited to read it:
 I loved the Tv Show so when I saw this book for such an affordable price (1,50 euro) I hit the jackpot! Can’t wait finally get to it.
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Часовий ключ

24512224The first book in the Chasodiya series by Natalia Shcherba (The Time Key) tells about an ordinary girl, Vasilyna, who lives with her grandmother, who is her guardian. And now, she becomes aware that her father is the influential magician in Efflari, a world created by special temporary magic. Getting into the land of daisies, time benders, and fairies, Vasilinka is in the middle of a very dangerous game. Even her friends can’t understand who she really is. A naive girl who doesn’t even have an idea of ​​her origin? The spy that her father sent to get the throne? And, perhaps, a time bender that can control time and to what extent can she go and save Eflar and Earth from the inevitable collision?

Why I’m excited to read it: 
One of my mom’s old friends owns a book store in Ukraine, and when we visited her I wanted to get some books in Ukrainian. One of her employees advised me to get this one. It’s a YA magical adventure from a Ukrainian author. The cover is stunning and can’t wait to dive into it!
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(Order of Darkness #1)

by Philippa Gregory

12988106Italy, 1453. Seventeen-year-old Luca Vero is brilliant, gorgeous—and accused of heresy. Cast out of his religious order for using the new science to question old superstitious beliefs, Luca is recruited into a secret sect: The Order of the Dragon, commissioned by Pope Nicholas V to investigate evil and danger in its many forms, and strange occurrences across Europe, in this year—the end of days.

Isolde is a seventeen-year-old girl shut up in a nunnery so she can’t inherit any of her father’s estate. As the nuns walk in their sleep and see strange visions, Isolde is accused of witchcraft—and Luca is sent to investigate her, but finds himself plotting her escape.

Despite their vows, despite themselves, love grows between Luca and Isolde as they travel across Europe with their faithful companions, Freize, and Ishraq. The four young people encounter werewolves, alchemists, witches, and death-dancers as they head toward a real-life historical figure who holds the boundaries of Christendom and the secrets of the Order of the Dragon.

Why I’m excited to read it:

 I found this book for cheap in my local outlet book store. The synopsis sounded interesting, the book cover looked amazing and after fliping some pages I saw those beautiful illustrations (maps, medieval paintings) on every second page. Hope the book is good!



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Tell me in the comments, What is on your TBR list?

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