Wednesday, April 30, 2014

April wrap-up (second part) + Dewey's read-a-thon wrap -up

Hey guys!!! :) Today I want to share with you the books I've read in April plus the books I read in the Dewey's read-a-thon. I hope you like it :)


  1. Thank you for stopping by my blog during Dewey's read-a-thon! I was so behind that I'm replying only now; I'm really sorry :(
    I hope your read-a-thon was great. Unfortunately, I can't watch the video: my laptop doesn't agree (I don't know why).

    Thanks to your profile, I've also discovered your blog in Spanish. I don't know a word of it (I'm French) but I've understood that you love Sophie Calle and that you've discovered her thanks to Paul Auster. It's exactly the same for me! :) I suppose that you've read 'The Gotham Handbook'.

    1. Yes, it was great. I could read 3 books and I also could know about other blogs which it was really cool. I had a great time :)

      In my degree one of my classmates made a presentation about Paul Auster and she explained he created a character in one of his books based on Sophie Calle. Years later I was leaving in Scotland and I was in the library. I sat in a armchair and a book grasped my attention. It was a Sophie Calle book. I remembered my classmate talked about Sophie and since I like Paul Auster and the book seemed interesting, I borrowed it. I loved the book and the books I borrowed from the library that year. Among them I read The Gotham Book although I think it's not my favourite one. I was lucky to find books by her in Scotland because where I live in Spain there are none ¬¬ I want to improve my French, so I'll check your blog out :)