Read/Gelezen 2018

Titles are in Dutch and if I have read it in English, it will be in English. Koningin op blote voeten – Ildefonso Falcones Looking for Captain Poldark – Rowan Coleman The thruth behind a Series of Unfortunate events – Louis H. Cresh The Beatrice Letters – Lemony Snicket Krondor: het verraad – Raymond E. … Continue reading Read/Gelezen 2018


I guess…

At this moment I read two books. English version of 'Lord of the Rings' by J.R.R. Tolkien. It takes a bit more time because I only read it during daytime because it is too heavy to read it in bed. Here is a strange thing... I find it easier to read then Dutch version. I … Continue reading I guess…

A bit more about books

You might have notices I love reading, reading is for me very relaxing. I use to have a Dutch book blog but few years ago, I stop with my blog because I was struggling with depression and my focus wasn't very well. Also, I wasn't motivated anymore to write reviews. I used to receive books … Continue reading A bit more about books


Something nice happened to me so I wanted to share it right now and not next week. As you know, I started with a challenge reading the world. Ann Morgan started with this challenge in 2012, A year of reading the world. This year has been 5 years ago, that is why she started with Postcards from … Continue reading Happy!

Learned more on shameful history

Yesterday I wasn't feeling well, so I cancelled appointments and decided not to open my laptop. That's why I haven't posted anything yesterday. I have been reading the whole day. Because of that I was be able to finish another book, Gebleekte ziel (white soul) by Reggie Baay. It was a very intriguing book. It … Continue reading Learned more on shameful history

How was my weekend?

Last Saturday a good friend of mine came over. We had a lovely time. We talked about everything, even about the American election, but strange enough not about Josh Groban. It is because of him we became friends. We met each other on a forum about Josh Groban. Shortly after that, we found that we … Continue reading How was my weekend?