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My Story

Hello sassy people!

My name is Ana Paula Carvalho, I am a brazilian architecture student, in love with art and literature.

Reading has always been a passion of mine, but in 2020 it just reached a new level, I finally got my kindle and that changed my world. Reading has given me a whole community of friends and like-minded people, who love books as much as I do. 

One of my goals in analyzing my readings was to talk about important topics, like feminism and consent, because literature, art, and culture influence us, and I believe we should always encourage authors who talk about these topics. On Instagram, I started the #FEMINISTROMANCECHALLENGE  where I encourage readers to recommend books that approach essential issues. I hope you like my content!  

Bye sassy people!


My favorite books at the moment..

A Lie For A Lie 

This book brings amazing sports romance, a great plot line, well developed characters and some amazing plot twists. There are amazing side characters and the cutest couple ever. 

The Dugout

This book brings a girl who is in love with baseball and knows more then the players themselves, that alone makes it amazinf for me. But it also has an amazing, super cute couple, so is pretty much perfection. 

Hearts In Darkness

This book has so much emotion. A couple that gets stuck in a dark elevator for hours, get to know each other without any preconceptions, while Caden (male protagonist) is claustrofobic…  Amazing!

Reading Goals

In 2020 I made some awesome numbers and I am proud of them, so here it is: 

books read

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Find Me In 

Goodreads Reading Challenge 2020

I read 148 books in 2020, come see them!

Come check out my Goodreads Reading Challenge!

Ana en Noir is currently-reading

The Fourth Time Charm

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2021 Reading Challenge

2021 Reading Challenge
Ana en Noir has read 18 books toward her goal of 100 books.

“i want to apologize to all the women i have called beautiful
before i’ve called them intelligent or brave
i am sorry i made it sound as though
something as simple as what you’re born with
is all you have to be proud of
when you have broken mountains with your wit
from now on i will say things like
you are resilient, or you are extraordinary
not because i don’t think you’re beautiful
but because i need you to know
you are more than that”

– milk and honey (Rupi kaur)