Tag Archives: leisure reading

Reading Classics

Every year I try to read at least one classic or modern classic novel. I think it is important to read really good literature, and my reasoning for picking classics as the yardstick is that they’re still around for a … Continue reading

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K – Kenmare

Sometimes when you can’t get away but need a break, the best way of achieving it is to pick up a book from your favourite author. This time it was KATE LORD BROWN who took me to KENMARE in Ireland. … Continue reading

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H – Heaven

We’re travelling to the quite abstract place of HEAVEN today. There are many books that tries to describe it and some are more successful than others. One of my favourite authors to describe the concept of heaven is MITCH ALBOM. … Continue reading

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All through 2018, on the first day of the month I will publish a photograph and journal about what it means to me. This is an exercise I will do to further develop my writing. If you have the time … Continue reading

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Birthday Books

For someone who loves book as much as I do, I am a lucky person that my birthday always falls around the same week as the annual book sale in Sweden. Every year I sit down with the special sales … Continue reading

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The Internet is good for many things, research, etc. Lately my newest discovery is Booktubers on YouTube. I got hooked on Simon at SavidgeReads through a tweet from a publisher and through the wonderful world of cookies, I received more lovely … Continue reading

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Another review

I usually don’t review books this often, if these posts can even be called reviews but during the summer I usually have more time to read and a few books really struck me and I wanted to share. I picked up A … Continue reading

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Keeping Time – a sort of book review

I read The Time Keeper by Mitch Albom over the summer holidays. It was perfect timing as I felt that I wanted to slow down time to finish all my tasks for the coming school year and still have time … Continue reading

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Summer holidays

School’s out for the summer! There is always a special feeling when this happens, as if I’m still a pupil who can’t wait to throw my books to the wind and just enjoy the holiday. When in fact for me … Continue reading

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Millenium four – a short review

I recently finished the fourth book The girl in the spiders web (Det som inte dödar oss) in Stieg Larsson Millenium trilogy. As many of you might know Stieg Larsson died of a heart attack before he saw the success … Continue reading

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