More Than This – Patrick Ness

I've never read anything by Patrick Ness. There, I said it. For some weird reason, I always picked up More Than This when I found myself in the bookstore, and always put it back on the shelve again. I don't know why. Probably the cover was too cool for me to handle 🙂 When it … Continue reading More Than This – Patrick Ness

Inspiration from the homeless of Boston!

One of the coolest things I've read in a very long time is an article from a Dutch magazine called ‘360’ that came out the 23rd of March. The article is about this literary magazine that is run by James Parker, who is a columnist for the Atlantic Magazine. James tried to seek for reason in … Continue reading Inspiration from the homeless of Boston!

How do you choose your next read?

Let’s be honest, I don’t really get to choose my next read. My mind goes bananas for books, so scrolling through my Bookstagram feed for me is like a dog chasing squirrels, I want it all and I want it NOW. So when my book-high ends I realize I ordered at least three different books … Continue reading How do you choose your next read?

The Natural Way of Things – Charlotte Wood

For me it's very dangerous to watch this Dutch tv-show called 'De Wereld Draait Door' (The World Keeps Turning. Basically meaning; The World Is Going Insane), because of their book panel. DWDD (De Wereld Draait Door) once in a while has a few booksellers coming in talking about their favorite book of the month. This time Charlotte … Continue reading The Natural Way of Things – Charlotte Wood

5 Questions, 1 Author: Veronica Henry

To be honest I never read anything by Veronica Henry before my Instagram feed got hijacked by her latest book ‘How to Find Love in a Bookshop’. Because the title sounds like the most adorable read ever I instantly ordered it. While reading it occurs to me Veronica is really good in visual writing; I … Continue reading 5 Questions, 1 Author: Veronica Henry

5 Questions, 1 Author: Katharine McGee

When I was sightseeing in Copenhagen for a few days with my best friend I brought my Kindle. An e-reader on holiday is always the best option; all your favourite books can travel with you in your purse, what's not to like! The YA novel The Thousandth Floor by Katharine McGee was on my TBR-list … Continue reading 5 Questions, 1 Author: Katharine McGee

5 questions, 1 author: Michelle Schlicher

A while back, I got a direct message on Instagram, it was a writer named Michelle Schlicher, and she was asking if I was willing to read her book, and maybe if I could write a review? I was over the moon! Did an actual writer just asked me to read and review her book? This … Continue reading 5 questions, 1 author: Michelle Schlicher