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#23: Walden; or Life in the Woods by Henry David Thoreau

What is The Book that you come across most often as you read about simplifying, minimalism, or living life with less clutter? Or the book and writer that has been quoted the most, perhaps. I guess I gave the answer … Continue reading

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Six months of Challenge

Almost six months of my reading challenge have passed and I have a few more books to add to my list. Six months should mean at least 21 books, and according to my Goodreads, I have read 26 so far. … Continue reading

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Reading my way through spring

Time for a book post, I think! The plan is to read myself out of books at home, but this time I’ve borrowed two books from friends and then read one of my daughter’s books, and she has somehow inherited … Continue reading

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Books books books!

Since I last posted about books, I’ve been working away on my to read-list. I won’t call my post reviews, because that would be far from true. If you want to read what the books are about, go to Goodread, … Continue reading

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#35: Idoru by William Gibson

Here comes another post about books! More exactly number 35 on my Book Challenge list, which is a book set in the future; Idoru by William Gibson. So my mission is to not only read the books on the list of my … Continue reading

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#42 Girlfriend in a Coma by Douglas Coupland

Girlfriend in a Coma by Douglas Coupland has been in my bookshelf for 14 years. Before that it was on my husbands bookshelf for some years. I guess it’s fitting to place this book under #42 in my reading challenge; … Continue reading

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#8 My Grandmother Sends Her Regards and Apologises by Fredrik Backman

Okay, so number eight on my Book Challenge list was supposed to be “a funny book”, and because I have read a book by Fredrik Backman before, called A Man Called Ove, which I think was both funny and sad and … Continue reading

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