Books, Challenge, Technology

Challenge #100DaysOfReading

#100DaysOfReading This challenge is a well known challenge in the series of #100DaysOfX challenges. Many people in the bookcommunity have heard about it, sometimes participated in it, and are hosting also often their own "[numberofdays][reading]" challenges or "[time/theme based][readathon]"s. The #100DaysOfX challenges exists for circa 2,5 years now. And because I am studying Software Engineering… Continue reading Challenge #100DaysOfReading

Blog, Events, Social Media

Alternating June of 2016

A new update of my student life Life It has been a very busy and alternating week. The month june is nearly at it's end but a few more days left and I hope those days will be sunny! The past couple of days before the weekend, the weather was stormy. Full of thunders and… Continue reading Alternating June of 2016

Blog, Books

Reading in Review

A little update about my reading and writing reviews. This week I am contacted by an author to review her new book! I am so excited about it! The book has arrived, I started reading it today and the beginning I have read so far is really nice! I am not telling yet for whom… Continue reading Reading in Review

Books, Challenge

Reading Challenge List

The Reading Challenge Book List page Today just a short post. I have made a list of the books I want to read in English or Dutch and also translated the Hebban Reading Challenge 2016 for you! You can find my list and this translation on: The Reading Challenge List 2016 Take a look and maybe we… Continue reading Reading Challenge List

Books, Challenge

The Readathon of July

The Readathon challenge is a popular trend that is coming up in The Netherlands. But it exists already for years in the United States of America. Spontaneously I decided today to enroll at the #ohmybookathon, the readathon organised by OhMyBook. It is a Dutch readathon and therefore I decided to read only Dutch books during this readathon.

Books

Reading for fun again

Hi readers!

Do you have time to read a book you want? Time to spend hours in a bookshop, having a budget and just considering which book you want to buy? And really listen to yourself and thinking: which book do I probably réally like; and should spend my money on?

You knew literature (-or a-) book is one of the 'high' forms of art, as well as paintings, performances and music (according to Throsby in his book The Economics of Cultural Policy, I had to read for my study)

And my questions:
Do you have also an account on Goodreads?
Do you have some book recommendations for me? (written in English, or Dutch)
Or what is your favourite book? Or which genres do you read most?

Greetings from Sophie!