Reading the alphabet – A

I really enjoy reading other peoples blogs and vlogs, and see how they challenge themselves to read more various types of books. It really inspires me to challenge me more as well! There are already quite a few challenges I have seen others do that I really want to do myself as well, but I... Fortsett lesing →

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Under appreciated books I LOVED!

The prompt for this weeks Top Ten Tuesday that is run by The Artsy Girl was originally Books I LOVED with fewer than 2000 ratings on Goodreads. I have put my own spin on it as there are quite a few books that I love that have just above 2000 ratings. I do however think... Fortsett lesing →

Review – Birthday girl

Birthday girl by Penelope DouglasGenre: Contemporary romance, New adultPages: 406 In Birthday girl we follow the alternating storyline from Jordan and Pikes view. Jordan is in a relationship with Cole. They experience some financial problems and end up moving in with Pike, Cole’s dad. Both Jordan and Cole has a difficult time living there, although... Fortsett lesing →

Who’s your valentine?

It’s that time of year again where «everyone» celebrates love, weather love to their partner, family members or friends. For us book nerds it is a good excuse to dive into our romance themed books and get whisked off our feet by the story. As for myself I have not yet read that many books... Fortsett lesing →

Review – Morning Glory

The plot of this book follows the storyline of two women’s perspectives - Penny Wentworth, a 1950’s housewife, and Ada Santorini, editor of Sunrise magazine in 2008. The stories are tied together by their lives, and sorrows, in houseboat No. 7 on Lake union in Seattle, Washington.

Birthday book haul

A lot of people know that I really like reading books so when I celebrated my birthday I got quite a few books and gift cards that I could use in a book shop. Most of the books below are books that I have been waiting a long time to read so I am really... Fortsett lesing →

Review – What if it’s us

What if it’s us by Becky Albertalli and Adam SilveraGenre: Contemporary romance, YA, LGBTPages: 437 This sweet contemporary romance novel is told from the alternating points of view of two teen boys, Ben and Arthur. Ben grew up with his Puerto Rican family in New York. He is getting over a recent breakup and to... Fortsett lesing →

February TBR

With Valentines being this month I have chosen a rather traditional theme for this month and selected a few romance books that I will read. As I mentioned in January Wrap-up this month is in particular busy at uni. I am not very optimistic about how many of these books that I actually will get... Fortsett lesing →

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