Sweden Road Trip Part 4: Norrfällsviken to Stockholm

Back on the E4 after leaving Norrfällsviken, we definitely realized that our Sweden Road Trip was coming to an end and we were slowly but surely approaching the more densely populated part of Sweden. But before I get stuck into what we did on the last three days before our final stop in Stockholm, I…

Autumn Readathon TBR

I’ve been following Mercedes Mills from MercysBookishMusings on Youtube for a while. And a few days ago she uploaded a video explaining the prompts for her Autumn Readathon that will take place from Sunday 22nd of October until Saturday 28th of October. An entire week of autumnal books. The perfect thing for someone like me…

Top Ten Tuesday: Books Mentioning Yummy Foods

I feel like it’s time to mix things up a bit over here. I love writing reviews, but I sometimes feel that only reading reviews can be a bit tiring and boring. Great self-promotion, huh? 🙂 So since it’s Tuesday today, I thought it’d be the perfect day to introduce you to Top Ten Tuesdays,…

Book Review: The Vintage Summer Wedding by Jenny Oliver

What a lovely, lovely book. It’s books like The Vintage Summer Wedding by Jenny Oliver that make me want to talk about books. But they also make the whole writing a good review kind of hard because there’s nothing to complain about. 🙂   What the The Vintage Summer Wedding is about Anna has screwed up big…

Book Review: The Last Piece of my Heart by Paige Toon

Now, this review is completely different from what I thought it was going to be. I was absolutely certain that after reading Paige Toon’s The Last Piece of my Heart, I was going to have to go into another rant about how I hate her endings, but love her books. So just imagine my surprise when…

Bookish Thoughts on the Little Beach Street Bakery Books by Jenny Colgan

What would you do with your life if you were brave enough to throw caution to the wind? Have you ever asked yourself that question? I have. Too often. What that says about the life I’m currently leading is a whole other question which we won’t be getting into here :). But I guess that there are…

Book Review: The Hygge Holiday by Roise Blake

Here we go. I promised a real, thought through and coherent book review of Rosie Blake’s The Hygge Holiday. And a promise is a promise, isn’t it? 🙂 If you haven’t read my spur-of-the-moment book reviewish post of  last week then I suggest you do so first. Because it can’t get more honest than that. The Hygge…

Book Review: Matilda by Roald Dahl

I have no idea why I haven’t read this book before. Because I was totally missing out. Matilda by Roald Dahl really is a book that every little girl, heck, every child should read. And so I’m glad that I stumbled upon it on my little children’s literature binge read. Matilda grew up in a family…

Sweden Road Trip Part 3: Storforsen to Norrfällsviken

Day 8 marked the start of our coastal adventure. We weren’t planning on driving down Sweden’s east coast so this was a nice supplement to the rest of our Sweden road trip. For an overview of our entire road trip (incl. a map with our exact route) head over here. And if you are interested…

Bookish Thoughts on “The Hygge Holiday” by Rosie Blake

Ok. I… Um… yeah. Now you see why I normally don’t start writing a book review ten seconds after reading the last sentence. My thoughts still wrapped up in the story. But Rosie Blake’s The Hygge Holiday deserves an exception. It’s probably already obvious that I loved the book. And if I knew a stronger verb…

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