I had been in a reading slump. Finally coming out of it with this amazing book. #readingwomen is summer so I am having a lemonade in my balcony
Today is my birthday. To celebrate I came to the city. Get a nice breakfast and read a book. I can't think in a better way to spend my birthday!
Okay so I just wanted to warn everyone that this list can change on daily basis this is how I feel today. Nevertheless is really interesting to do it!
1. Roald Dahl (specially his short stories for adults)
2. Gabriel García Márquez (I am Colombian. This guy was amazing)
3. Margaret Atwood
4. Joe Hill
5. Murakami (I love how he can jump from one genre to the other. Same as Atwood and Garcia Márquez
Starting this one yesterday. It looks very good so far. Want to go back to read fairytales
And here I say goodnight. I didn't read the 24 hours but enjoy the weekend #24in48
1.Coffee and tea
3.Nothing in particular
4.I can't handle vanilla. My favorite is orange and other citrus
9. I don't like hardback books used or new is good as long as they are in good condition
10.Yes in Goodreads
12.I don't like romance, poetry or erotic. Something from an author that is not from US or UK is a plus
#CupidGoesPostal #thissorthat #valentinesbookexchange
This a beautiful book. Is about learning to let go. Specially when you are young. But is not only for young people is devided in two short stories that the main character is a young person who lost someone close to them and need to go on with their lives. Incredible book. #womanwriter
These are my favorite fiction books for 2018. This year I didn't found a 5 stars book. But I read many good ones. #2018top5 #fiction #losdivinos #thebestwecoulddo #herbodyandotherparties #homefire #rulesofcivility
I have been traveling since yesterday night to go back home. Waiting for my third fly in less than 24 hours (or more if you count started yesterday night time difference is terrible) but Sedaris is always a good choice. In these #shortstories we learn a lot about human behavior like the fables I used to read. But these are not for kids
I am having vacations in U.S. So of course I have to go to an indie store. I found this gem. It even has the autograph. So far so good. #booksandbooks
I am up for this! I feel that this year I am more clear about my reading goals and taste. I am learning to DNF, discover I like True Crime and that without the traditional reading challenge I accomplish more. I create my own challenge and this is so much better!
So today at 20 hrs my door rings. I am surprised. Nobody was supposed to come. Is the mailman with a huge box for me. I got all these amazing books that really wanted plus the coloring book and colors. Also the sticky notes that I am afraid to use. This is an amazing present @Avanders : Do you have anything to do with this?
R.I.P. The literature world is mourning....
My Friday plan... A good book and tea but while many show their new Kindle I want to show the new cover for my old one. I have a kindle voyage and I hope it will last me a couple of more... Happy weekend everyone!
1. Horror and historical fiction
3. My grandmother from my father's side still alive. 91 and counting!
4. Ohhhh. From my mom side my grandmother was born in Lviv when it was Poland, my grandfather in Krakow. From my father's side my Grandfather was from LA Paz, Bolivia and my grandmother from Bogotá, Colombia
5. Dance ?
Amazing story. I read it in two seatings. The end was quite unexpected for me. I have been in a period that I don't like any book and was unable to Finish any book and as usual Agatha Christie did the trick. Infographics are from #bookly
So currently I am in vacations. To bring physical books will be a challenge due the fact that we are traveling around Italy. Currently reading in front of the sea next to Edna Vulcan. The rocks are black and it looks quite strange.
Ok so I need to post this only bookworms will understand. I couldn't help myself and just finished #rulesofcivility I was finishing adding it to my spreadsheet and got my email from #libby one of my library holds was borrowed for me at that exact moment. It seems it was waiting for me to finish the book...
"To stave off any chatter, he switched on the radio. "
OK... Doesn't make much sense but ok...
I really like it this audiobook. It bothers me that it was narrated by an American while book is about a British runner as well as I didn't like the fact that they change pounds for dollars but was a good narration. It motivates me to run more and was a great recommendation from @angela_fi13