Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Top Ten Books I Read In 2013

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Hi everyone!!! :)

Today it's the end of the year and it's time to see what books are my favourites from the 63 books I read this year. And here they are:

544891 I think this one it was my favourite book of the year. I really loved the story, it was a retelling of The beauty and the beast. Alex Finn does a great job adapting the story, I really loved how she wrote it and how she made me want to read more and more. I highly recommend it :)

 I really loved this book too. It was super cute and adorable. I loved the whole story: the play and the main character's lovers and the ending. It was really good.

Book: a reunion by Lygia Bojunga

Another great book. It's also a retelling of Northanger Abbey. I really enjoyed although sometimes I got bored. I really loved the romance and the mystery and how mystery overcome all the romance issues. I loved it :)

I really loved this book. It taught me a lot about writing. I highly recommend it if you want to know how to write.

I really loved this book too. It's a retelling of Pride and Prejudice and Claire LaZebnik makes a great job when it comes to adapt the story to present. That surprised me a lot. I read it quite quickly and I can't wait to read more books by her.


Well, I'm picking up this one because I think this one was the most I liked, but all the books in the series Lucky Harbour series are really good. If you like this one I'm sure you'll enjoy all of them.


Again I'm picking up this one, but I loved the whole series (I read all the books quite quickly) except the 4th one. If you want something funny and light, you should definitely check the books out.


I really loved this comic. I think the series it's getting better and better so I can't wait to read the other three in the series.


This one was the surprise of the year.I didn't expect to love it as much as I did. The story was well developed, the romance was believable and the sex too. I'm glad that I picked it up :)

This is my top ten, but let me know what your favourite books of the year are :)

Monday, December 30, 2013

On challenges: French challenge

Hi everyone!!! :D

How is it going? So since the end of the year is coming I think it's time to recap. If you remember I decided to do some challenges this year, but they didn't go as I expected. I hadn't finished any of them except this one, and I didn't do this one in the way I wanted.

This one is about France and French. I wanted to explore other literature and read in French, but in the end it didn't happen, but still I did read some books related to France. GREAT! :D

This is what I have to do:

Books on France 
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How it works: 
So you can read any book related to France:
  • it can be set in France,
  • written by a French author,
  • written in French (not Canadian French),
  • about a French theme: French cuisine (how the French influenced American cuisine is accepted for instance), French fashion, etc.
All the genres are accepted:
  • nonfiction
  • fiction
  • historical fiction
  • mystery, etc

All medias are accepted:
  • paper
  • graphic (novel or non-fiction)
  • ebook
  • audiobook

  • LEVEL 1, “un peu” = 3 books (one per quarter for instance)
  • LEVEL 2, “beaucoup”= 6 books
  • LEVEL 3, “passionnément” = 12 books (one/month, for instance)
  • LEVEL 4, “à la folie”= 52 books (one/week, for instance)
The level I'm going to choose is LEVEL 1: Un peu.
And this is how I did: I read 3 books
Little nothings by  Lewis Trondheim. This book is written by the French author Lewis Trondheim. I really liked it and I highly recommend all his comics.

4631 A moveable feast by Ernest Hemingway. This book is set in Paris in the 20s. I thought I was going to love it, but for me it was OK.

The chocolate thief by Laura Florand. This one was set in Paris too, but it was the present. I liked, but I expected to love more.
I'm definitely going to do this challenge again, but I'm going to try to do it better :)

Friday, December 27, 2013

Annual End of Year Book Survey – 2013 Edition!

Hi everyone!!! :)

Merry Christmas to everyone! I hope you had had a great time with your family.

Now, since the year is coming to an end I think it's time to make the annual end of the year book survey.  Jamie @the perpetual page turnercreated this survey and here is my own survey of the books I read this year. If you want to check it out her, click here

1. Best book you read in 2013 (If you have to cheat, you can break it down by genre)?
Romance: The sweetest thing by Jill Shalvis 
YA: Beastly by Alex Finn
Non-fiction: Book: a reunion Lygia Bojunga

2. Book you were excited about and thought you were going to love more but didn't? 
A moveable feast by Ernest Hemingway. I thought I was going to fall in love with it and at the beginning it was, but after a few chapters I got bored :(

3. Most surprising (in a good way) book of 2013?
There are several books that surprised me, but I think the book surprised me the most was: The marriage bargain by Jennifer Probst. I didn't like the cover much and I thought it was going to be a lame story, but just the opposite. The idea was good and it was well-developed, the romance was believable and the sex scenes too. I think all these things are really hard to find in a book and this book combines all of them pretty good.

4. Book that you read in 2013 that you recommend most to people? 
Mmm I don't usually recommend books, but if I had to recommend one would be Scott Pilgrim series. I have only read the three books in the series and it gets better and better. I can't wait to read the other three books. And the drawings are gorgeous.

5. Best series you discovered in 2013? 
The bride quartet by Nora Roberts which I read all the books in a few months. I loved them.

6. Favorite new author you discovered in 2013? 
Puff, this one is really hard, but I'm going to say Jennifer Probst, Lygia Bojunga and Natalie Goldberg. I like how they write, they are really entertaining.

7. Best book that was out of your comfort zone or was a new genre to you?
Writing down the bones by Natalie Goldberg. It was non-fiction about writing and I really enjoyed it.

8. Most thrilling, unputdownable book in 2013?
Beastly by Alex Finn. I wanted more and more. And even when I finished it and the ending was good and I was happy with it, I wanted more. SO GOOD! :D

9. Book you read in 2013 that you are most likely to reread next year?
The marriage bargain by Jennifer Probst. I really enjoyed it.

10. Favorite cover of a book you read in 2013?

11. Most memorable character in 2013? 
Charlotte Kinder from Midnight in Austenland by Shannon Hale. I really loved this character. She is smart, curious, and she doesn't need a man to have profit in her business or when she is investing a crime.

12. Most beautifully written book in 2013?
Drama by Raina Telgermeier. I think this book is really  cute.

13. Book that had the greatest impact on you in 2013?
Just listen by Sarah Dessen. I thought this book was about one thing and then, BAM! the topic changed and I was: what is going on?! :O

14. Book you can't believe you waited UNTIL 2013 to finally read?
Mmm I'm going to say 84 Charing Cross Road by Helene Hanff. This book was written in the 70s. I have had it in my hand several times I read about it, but it was not until this year that I decided to read. And I loved it :)

15. Favorite passage/quote from a book you read in 2013?
  "Liking is more important than loving. It lasts." Taken from Murder is easy by Agatha Christie

16. Shortest and longest book you read in 2013?
Shortest: Where the Wild Things Are by
Longest: Thunderstruck by Brian Selznick

17. Book that had a scene in it that had you reeling and dying to talk to someone about?
Ready Player One by Ernest Cline.

18. Favorite relationship you read from a book in 2013?
The sweetest thing by Jill Shalvis. Tara and Ford are not only lovers, but friends.

19. Favorite book you read in 2013 from an author you read previously?
Most of the authors I read this year were new for me, so I have to repeat The sweetest thing by Jill Shalvis.

20. Best book you reading 2013 that you read solely on a recommendation from someone else?
Vision in white by Nora Roberts. I read it because somebody recommended it in the Top Ten Tuesday when you need something light. And I loooooved it :D

21. Genre you read the most of in 2013?

22. Newest fictional crush from a book you read in 2013?
Ford from The sweetest thing. He is AWESOME :)

23. Best 2013 debut you read?
I haven't read any debut novel this year. What happened here? :(

24. Most vivid world/imagery in a book you read in 2013?
Austenland by Shannon Hale

25. Book that was most fun to read in 2013?
The marriage bargain by Jennifer Probst.

26. Books that made you cry or nearly cry in 2013?
None of them. They were quite funny.

27. Book that you read in 2013 that got overlooked this year or when it came out?
Beastly by Alex Finn. Maybe it's because this book was published in 2009, but I expected more people were talking about it since it's a retelling.
Looking Ahead…

1. One book you didn't get to in 2013 but will be your number 1 priority in 2014?
Meet me at the cupcake café by Jenny Colgan

2. Book you are most anticipating for 2014?
Definitely Isla and the Happily Ever After by Stephanie Perkins

3. 2014 debut you are most anticipating? 
I don't have any.

4. Series ending you are most anticipating in 2014?
mmm I know it's not a series, but I'd say Isla and the happily ever after by Stephanie Perkins.

5. One thing you hope to accomplish or do in your reading/blogging in 2014?
Every year I set my goal in 41 books, but this year I hope to read at least 50 books

Well this is my survey. Let me know what you think about it and if you had made this too or something similar, feel free to link to it in the comments :)

Monday, December 2, 2013

December TBR (Currently reading)

Hi everyone!!! :)

Today I want to share with you the books I want to read in December. These are the books I'm currently reading, I couldn't finish them in November. I hope to record another video with the books I want to read and they are set in winter and at Christmas. 

Saturday, November 30, 2013

Books I read in November

Hi everyone!!! :)

It's me again. This time I want to share with you the books I read in November. They were surprising reads, but unfortunately, I didn't love all of them.

I hope you like it :)

Monday, November 11, 2013

It's Monday! What are you reading?

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Hi everyone!!! :)

It's been a while since I have done this meme which by the way I love. So let's see what I've read, what I'm reading and what I intend to read.

Last week I finish

Thunder and lightning by Natalie Goldberg. I really enjoyed this book. It's really entertaining and it gives clues and tips about how to write. I highly recommend it. It was a great read.

Now I'm reading 3 books

Making money by Terry Pratchett. I quite enjoyed the first part of this story Going postal, so I wanted to read this one. Plus I like the way Terry Pratchett writes and how I can learn more English vocabulary and idioms which, by the way, I need to learn. So far I like it, but I'm going to read this one little by little because it's difficult for me to understand because the vocabulary.

A moveable feast by Ernest Hemingway. Natalie Goldberg recommends this book in Thunder and lighting so I wanted to give it a try. So far I really like it although at first it was difficult to get into the story.

Finding Your Element: How to Discover Your Talents and Passions and Transform Your Life by Ken Robinson and Lou Aronica. I liked the talk he gave in TED talks so I wanted to read this book and see if I can discover my talents.


I haven't decided yet. Maybe Coraline by Neil Gaiman.

Well these are the books. And you, what are you reading?

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Sunday in bed... with Natalie Goldberg 2 (or 3)

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Hi everyone!!! :D
Today I want to share with you the book I'm currently reading
Lately I've been reading books by this author about writing (this is one of them) and I highly recommend them because they are entertaining and help you how to write a novel, a tale or whatever you want, giving you tips.

I'm almost done and I'm enjoying it very much. I hope you're enjoying with your book. Let me know in the comments what you are reading :)

Saturday, November 2, 2013

Books I read last month

Hey guys!!! :)
How is it going? For me this month has been awesome in terms of reading. Last month was terrible. I was in a sort of reading slump. I think it's always happening to me at this time of the year and I don't know why, but thanks to Dewey's read-a-thon and some amazing books I've found in my way I've been able to read a good amount of them. 

Here they are:

I finished 8 :O I think it's the first time I've read this much.

Midnight in Austenland (Austenland #2) by

Book a meeting/ a reunion by Lygia Bojunga Nunes. Oh my God! this book was amazing. The author explains in this book her relationship with the book as a reader and as an author. I highly recommend it.

Little Nothings 4: My Shadow in the Distance by

The book of mistakes by

The happiness project by
Handmade by
Wild Mind: Living the Writer's Life by
Writing Down the Bones: Freeing the Writer Within by
If you want to know more about them, just click on the link. They were awesome books. If you want to give it a try, I'm sure they won't let you down.

Well, these are the books I read last month. And you? what did you read? Let me know in the comments.

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Sundays in bed with... Natalie Goldberg

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Hi everyone!!! :)

After some work I am spending the time with this amazing book

Wild Mind: Living the Writer's Life

I'm enjoying it very much. It's interesting, well-written and it gives you tips and examples about how to write. I can't wait to read other books by this author because she is a great writer.

Which book are you spending the day with???

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Dewey's read-a-thon: the end

Hi everyone!!! :)

How is it going??? are you still up? Were you be able to read all your books?

In my case, this is the most strange read-a-thon I've been.  Because the things were very different I expected.

First of all, I always enter in other blogs and meet other people, eat chunk food, sleep at night and when I wake up, the read-a-thon had already finished. But this year, I grabbed my books and I only want to read, read, read. maybe it's because I hadn't finished any book in September, so maybe I was in withdraw. I tried to know other blogs, but since I'm following like 30 (maybe more) or so, I was engaged enough with the old ones. Plus, I am also belong to Booktuber community so when I took a break I watched videos about books.(yes, I am more obsessed with books than I thought at first. So, all the read-a-thon I was juggling with reading blogs, watch videos, read and see what other people was reading on Twitter. I tried to follow everything, but I couldn't do properly and the time flew very quickly. Fortunately this morning I woke up at 10 (the read-a-thon in my country ends at 2 p.m.) and I have the chance to read more.

My last report :)

  1. Which hour was most daunting for you? Mmm one a.m. I was feeling really exhausted
  2. Could you list a few high-interest books that you think could keep a Reader engaged for next year? Yep! Midnight in Austenland by Shannon Hale. If you like romance and mystery, especially mystery. You're going to love this. Book, the meeting (it's how I translated) by Lygia Bojunga. It's about books and writing. It's amazing. Any graphic novel by Lewis Trondheim, especially Lapinot.
  3. Do you have any suggestions for how to improve the Read-a-thon next year? I like the way it is.
  4. What do you think worked really well in this year’s Read-a-thon? I loooove the videos. They are always fun and they cheer me up at lot while I'm reading.
  5. How many books did you read? 3 books and 1/2
  6. What were the names of the books you read? Midnight in Austenland by Shannon Hale, Book, the meeting by Lygia Bojunga, The book of mistakes by Gianni Rodary and My shadow in the distance by Lewis Trondheim.
  7. Which book did you enjoy most? They were very different books and I loved all of them, but I think the most I enjoyed was Book, the meeting by Lygia Bojunga
  8. Which did you enjoy least? Maybe the book of mistakes by Gianni Rodary, but not because it was a bad book.
  9. If you were a Cheerleader, do you have any advice for next year’s Cheerleaders?
  10. How likely are you to participate in the Read-a-thon again? What role would you be likely to take next time? I always enjoy participating in the read-a-thon, So I'll participate next time. Maybe reader again although I want to try to be a cheerleader. We'll see.
I had a great time and I hope you had too. It's a pity it ended :'(, but we'll have another one in April :D Until then HAPPY READING!!! :D

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Dewey0s read-a-thon update 5

Hey guys!

Leela here. I am stating to feel a bit tires. it's 2 a.m here in Spain so I think it's time to go to bed. 

I've managed to read a graphic novel. My shadow in the distance by Lewis Trondheim. I really loved this book too.

I'm going to bed now and I hope to get up at 11 a.m or so and at that time the read-a-thon is still going on, so I could finish another book.

Hoping you're doing great and you're be able to stay up all night I say to you Good night.

Wow, it's really hard for me to think in English right now, but anyway Have fun and Happy reading!!! :D

Dewey's read-a-thon

Hi everyone!!! :)

I don't think I'm going to be up all night. I think in one hour or so I'm going to bed. 

1) How are you doing? Sleepy? Are your eyes tired? I was tired before, but since I starte My shadow in the distance by Lewis Trondheim I'm ready to keep going a little more.
2) What have you finished reading? I have finished two books. Midnight in Austenland by Shannon Hale and Book, the meeting by Lynga Bojunga
3) What is your favorite read so far? I loved both, but I think I loved Book, the meeting more.
4) What about your favorite snacks? Chocolate with almonds
5) Have you found any new blogs through the readathon? If so, give them some love! Actually no. I've been jumping from my old blogs, to twitter,to Youtube and I didn't enter in a new blog. Maybe tomorrow.

Dewey's read-a-thon. update 2

Hi everyone!!! :)

I'm still reading and have lots of fun. I have finished another book which is called Book, the meeting by Lygia Bojunga. OMG it was AMAZING! I really loved it because she talks about her relationship with books as a reader and as an author.I highly recommend it. I'm sure you'll love it.

Now I'm reading The books of mistakes and although I haven't read much, I like it.

I hope you're enjoying your reads. happy reading!!! :D

Dewey's read-a-thon: hour 9 update

Hey guys!

How is it going??? I hope you're enjoying you reads and keep going  :)

I have finished this book

Midnight in Austenland (Austenland, #2)

It was a great read. I highly recommend it to you if you love mystery and romance. 

Now I'm currently reading Book, a meeting by Lygia Bojunga and OMG I love it.It's about the relationship the author has with books and apart the fact I love when authors talk about books, the author writes so well that it's really easy to read this book. 

I hope to be able to finish this book in the next two hours. We'll see. Until then Happy reading to everyone!!! :D

Dewey's read-a-thon: Hour 1+ my booty

Hi everyone!!! :)

Let's get started it :) 

1) What fine part of the world are you reading from today? I'm reading from Spain.
2) Which book in your stack are you most looking forward to? all of them, but maybe the graphic novel by Lewis Trondheim because I always love what Trondheim does.
3) Which snack are you most looking forward to? Mmm maybe chocolate.
4) Tell us a little something about yourself! Recently I realised I'm very sensitive to cold, so I'm always wearing more clothes than I'm supposed to.
5) If you participated in the last read-a-thon, what’s one thing you’ll do different today? If this is your first read-a-thon, what are you most looking forward to? This time I'm not going to eat much chunk food, since I've put on weight and I want to lose weight. Plus, I try to do some exercises, not to be always sitting down.

These are the books I want to read:

The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin. I have already started it. I have almost finished so it's perfect for this read-a-thon, not too much too finish and also since it's non-fiction i can put it between novels. I'm enjoying it very much. I highly recommend it :)

Midnight in Austenland by Shannon Hale. I have also started this one and I'm more or less in the middle, but I hope *fingers crossed* that I'm going to be able to finish in this read-a-thon. I really like it although I'm sometimes a bit bored :(

Lost in a good book by James Fforde. I have already started it, but I have only finished one chapter so I'm going to read it as much as I can, but I'm sure I'm not going to be able to finish. Too many pages left :'(

The book of mistakes by Gianni Rodari. I have only read one book by this author when I was a child and I loved it because it was funny. i think this book is the same, so I think I'm going to enjoy it very much. This book is formed by short stories and poems, so it's perfect for a read-a-thon.

Witty sentences. This book is a compilation of anecdotes. One of this anecdotes is for instance  Salomon judgement. It seems to me all of them are going to be very entertaining (i really love anecdotes) and they are very short stories (just a few lines) so I think I can also alternate them with other short stories or with a novel.

Book, a meeting by Lygia Bojunga. I found this book by chance in my library and I think I'm going to love it. The author talks about books as a reader and as a writer. It's also very short. Sooo it's the perfect read.

Little Nothings 4: My Shadow in the Distance by

Friday, October 11, 2013

Dewey's read-a-thon is almost here!!!! :D

Hi everybody!!!! :)

Today I'm really excited because Dewey's read-a-thon starts tomorrow. Great! :D It's always a pleasure to participate because you can meet people, you can play games about books (which are always fun!) and also you can read a lot and finish your challengers. Isn't that great?


If you want to join just click here. Sorry I posted this so late, I didn't have time. If you want to know what time you should start it, click here

I hope you guys have a great time and you are able to finish all your books.

Happy reading :D

Monday, October 7, 2013

October TBR!!! :D

Hi everyone!!!

Today I want to share with you the books I want to read in October. I'm really excited about them because I think they are great reads :)

Books I mention:

The happiness project by Gretchen Rubin https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6...

Midnight in Austenland by Shannon Hale https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1...

Lost in a good book https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/7... and The well of lost plots by Jasper Fforde https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2...

Clockwork prince https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1...
and Clockwork princess by Cassandra Clare https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1...

The burden by Agatha Christie https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1...

Good wives by Louisa May Alcott  https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/78960.Good_Wives?from_search=true

Kat's video  

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Sundays in bed with...

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Hi everyone!!! :)
So today I've decided to be at home listening to music, working and, of course, reading. The book I'm currently reading is this one 
 The Happiness Project: Or, Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle, and Generally Have More Fun
 and it's AWESOME! I am enjoying very much even though I'm not totally agree with all the ideas. The author, Gretchen Rubin started thinking about happiness and her own happiness and she decided to start a project. So each month she was going to focus on one a theme for instance January: energy, February: marriage, March: work and so and so on. and she is going to try to find problems to that aspect and how to improve them. For instance in January she realises she had to be more organised and try to rid of stuff she wasn't using. February she wants to know better her husband, how she could fight better and things like that. She talks about her own experience, but, as she says, we can learn from other people, and it's true since I'm learning from her experience. I highly recommend it because she makes you feel motivated and want to improve your live, she makes you think about I have never reconsidered before and she gives you advice. It's a great read and I'm enjoying very much.

You can check it out her blog about this project here and her videos about happiness here

Sunday, September 29, 2013

Sundays in bed with...

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Hi everyone!!! :)
So it's been a while since the last post, but since then I've been in a strange reading slump. I've tried to read several books and none of them has done the trick. However this morning I felt that I want to do nothing but reading and this is what I'm doing. Now I'm reading this book.
 Midnight in Austenland (Austenland, #2)
I'm enjoying very much although sometimes I get bored other times I get really excited about it. I like it because it's a mix of romance plus mystery. I can't imagine how the book is going to end although I'm making guesses at every page. 
We'll see :)

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

September TBR pile

Hi everyone!!! :)

Today I want to share with the books I want to read this month. This time I've recorded myself, so you can find the video below. I'm not going to do an August recap about the books I read in August because they were only three books, but anyway here is the video. I hope you enjoy it.

The books I talk about in this video:

Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen

Midnight in Austenland by Shannon Hale

The murder at the vicarage by Agatha Christie.

Los mayores cuentan (The ederly tell)

Ebichu by Rita Ito

Coraline by Neil Gaiman

Monday, September 2, 2013

It's Monday! What are you reading?

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Hey everyone!!! :)
How are you??? I'm fine. Today I want to share with you the books I've read, the books I'm currently reading and the books I'm going to read next.
Last week I finished

Happy family by David Safier. I liked this book, but not as much as the rest of the books I've read by David Safier before. I don't know why. Maybe I expected more.

Now I'm reading

Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen. It's a bit difficult to read because of the vocabulary,  but I'm making an effort and little by little I'm getting in the story which, by the way, I'm enjoying.


Midnight in Austenland by Shannon Hale. I had already started it, but then I learned this book is a retelling of Northanger Abbey, so I preferred to read first Northanger Abbey. 

Well, this is what I'm reading, but what are you reading? Let me know in the comments or leave me a link to your place and I'll check it out :)

Monday, August 26, 2013

It's Monday! What are you reading?

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Hey everyone!!! :)
How is it going??? I'm fine. I know it's been a while (my bad), but here I am again :)
Well, since today is Monday I want to share with you what I am reading.

Last week I finished.

Animal Magnetism by Jill Shalvis.I really loved this book, but I've enjoyed more with other books by her.I looooved when the main characters were together because they had a great chemistry, but when they were apart, I was bored :(

Now I'm reading

Where'd you go, Bernadette by Maria Semple.It seems to me everybody loves this book and when I saw that my library had it, it must be mine. So, I borrowed and I've started today. I don't know what to say because it's confusing. There are a lot of characters coming up and I can't see the relation between them. I'm going to give it a try, but I think I'm going to put aside because I'm not enjoying as much as I expected.


Midnight in Austenland by Shannon Hale. I was reluctant to read this one because I'd enjoyed reading Austenland, the first book in the series, and i didn't want that feeling would be ruined by this book. I've read some pages and so far I really enjoy because it's funny and interesting and the main character is different from the second one, so it's like it was a completely different story. I hope to enjoy it.

Well, this all for me, but what are you reading??? :)

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Sundays in bed with... Staying alive :)

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Hi everyone!!! :)

How are you? It's been a while since I've written in here and here I am again :)

This time I want to share with you the books I'm going to spend the day with.

Nemesis by Agatha Christie. I like the book so far although I have read 70 pages and NOTHING HAS HAPPENED YET! ¬¬ but anyway, hehe, I want to read more and to know what's going on.

Writer Ferrets: Chasing the Muse 
Writer ferrets: chasing the muse by Richard Bach. This is the 3rd book in The Ferret Chronicles and I really love it. In fact I love all of them, but this one is really lovely since it talks about writing. 

So, what do you think of these two? Have you read them? and you, which book (s) are you spending the day with? :)

Sunday, July 7, 2013

Sundays in bed with... One book and a half :)

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Hi everyone!!! :)

I really love this meme and I'm very glad that Kate created it because it gives me the opportunity to share with you the books I'm reading spending the day today.

So, this morning I was reading this book
 Murder is Easy

I've already finished and it was amazing. Although I always like Agatha Christie mysteries this one was really enjoyable. I highly recommend it :)

Now I'm reading this one
 Forever and a Day (Lucky Harbor, #6)

Oooo I love it. I totally feel identified with Grace. I think we have the same problem, that we feel the pressure to get a particular job just because it could be safer or considered more appropriate than other jobs. Apart from that it's another book in the Lucky Harbour series and one more time Jill Shalvis has the ability to create another amazing book. It's clear that I'm in love with this book and obviously, I highly recommend this one and all the rest books in the series. I can't wait to buy the next two :D
And now I'm going to turn off the computer because it's really hot today in Spain and I'm melting, but please share with me what you're reading today. I'll check it out later :)

Monday, July 1, 2013

What I'm going to read in July :)

Hi everyone!!! :)

Today I want to show you the books I want to read in July. This time I'm not recording a video, it takes me so much time to make it that I've decided this month I'm just going to put the cover of these books.

So here they are

I have already started

Major Crush The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything 

I can't wait to read

Do You Come Here Often?On the Bright Side, I'm Now the Girlfriend of a Sex God (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #2)Remember Me?Tara RoadMurder is Easy

Bonus track: Book Jar

If You Could See Me Now I put the titles of books in a jar. My partner chose one piece of paper and this one won. I hope I liked it, but I'm not sure.

Well, these are the books I plan to read this month. Share with me yours!!! :)

Sunday, June 30, 2013

Let's recap: Books i read in June

Hi everyone!! :)

This month I have decided not to make a video. They take me a lot of time and I haven't figure out how to edit them yet, so I thought to give me some time.

Anyway, here they are the books I read (for more detail about my thoughts about them scroll down)

El rayo que no cesaAir Ferrets AloftReady Player OneBed of Roses (Bride Quartet #2)Where the Wild Things AreSavor the Moment (Bride Quartet, #3)Happy Ever After 

El rayo que no cesa (The ray which doesn't stop) by Miguel Hernandez. I liked the book, but I didn't love it. I expected more since I have a great experience reading the poems by Gloria Fuertes. In this case, I loved the love poems, but I couldn't understand what he meant in the rest of the poems. I felt that something was missinf or I hadn't the required information.

Air ferrets aloft by Richard Bach. I really loved this book. It's was lovely and entertaining. it was a pity the book didn't explain more about the love story and about another story, but that made me want to read the next book in the series :)

Ready Player one by Ernest Cline. OMG I haven't words to explain this book. It's true that I had to force to read it because I thought it deserved to be read and fortunately I was right! :D It was amazing. when I finished reading it I was speechless. It was great and if you like video games you're going to love it.

Bed of roses by Nora Roberts. I really loved this book. It was amazing. At first I thought the main character, Emma, was annoying and a daydreamer, but it was just at the beginning because after a chunk of pages, you see she has changed and although she believes in love, she doesn't believe in Prince Charming. I really really enjoyed with this book. i highly recommend it. 

Where the wild things are by Maurice Sendak. The other day was the anniversary of Sendak's death, so I decided to look for this book in the library. It was a quick read because it's for children although it disappointed me a bit. I expected the story a bit longer and it explained a bit more. 

Savour the moment by Nora Roberts. I really loved this book too, but I think I loved more Bed of roses. In this book I loved the two main characters. I think Del is really sweet and I really loved the idea of two people who are friends since forever falling in love. 

Happy ever after by Nora Roberts. Maybe this book was the book which I liked the least and I think it's for two reason. First it was the only one I read in English and since the vocabulary I was lost sometimes and second because I don't like Malcolm much. I don't like the bad boy even though this one is a good man and how he treated Parker. But anyway I enjoyed this book very much and I totally recommend this series if you want to read something funny and light. Definitely a summer read!

Well, these are the books. Share with me yours! :)