9 Books I loved last year

Choosing only a few books to read was very difficult. I should mention that 9 Books I loved last year started out as 5 Books I loved last year. On top of that, luckily, I blogged last year about 3 Books You Should Read (Enlightenment now by Steven Pinker, The colour of time by Dan […]

A Lab of One's Own by Patricia Fara

3 Books You Should Read

I thought I should make a post with 3 Books You Should Read, because I’ve read two very interesting books recently and I bought a new one last week. All three books sound very interesting and were published this year. If you’ve read my post about the kind of books I prefer from a few […]

Borrowing or Buying Books

Borrowing or Buying Books

As a keen reader, I talk about the books I enjoy in the monthly update. As you might know, I even have a blog dedicated to book reviews, Coffee and Books. Today I’m talking about borrowing or buying books, which option is better. I read a lot of books. So far this year I’ve finished […]

Fiction or Non-Fiction

Fiction or Non-Fiction?

I love reading. The question is now, do I prefer fiction or Non-fiction? For years I though I would rather read stories, novels, fiction. It seems is not quite true. Two years ago I was wondering if I failed in my reading challenge, or, better said, how much I failed in it. See the details […]

Coffee and Books Blog

New blog: Coffee and Books

Last year I’ve read 60 books! So, I’ve decided to start a new blog, called Coffee and Books. I’m very excited about my new blog. I mentioned Why I’ve started Coffee and Books. There are a few amazing book blogs out there and, hopefully, mine would be a pretty good one too. Because taking pictures […]

December Books. Two books, a cup of coffee

December books

With these two books I’ve completed my latest goal of 60 books read this year. This will lead to a new project, details about it pretty soon. The books I’ve read this month can’t be more different from one another. I remember when I was in school at a history class. My teacher told us […]

Stack of three books

November Books

This was a busy month, hence I only read 3 books. At the moment I’m reading a fascinating book, but is quite big and I will not finish it before the end of the month. It’s quite a controversial book and not very suitable for Christmas, but now I’ve started reading it, so that’s it. […]

Autumnal reads

This month I’m blogging about Autumnal books, all the books I’ve read this month. Some are more obvious Autumnal than others, but I think all of them are lovely to read on a colder day with a blanket and a hot tea (or any kind of beverages you fancy). I mentioned in the last book […]

The Little Book of LYKKE

In August I finished a book by Meik Wiking called The Little Book of Hygge, review in “Curently reading”. I think most people know this book. It’s a must read for all bloggers. You might not know though that he published a new book last month entitled The Little Book of LYKKE. The Danish search […]

Books in September

This is my second post about books this month, as I already blogged about the latest book by Philippa Gregory. The Last Tudor was published last month and I wanted to talk about it as soon as I finished it. There is a link at the end of the post to the review. This month […]