Wednesday, August 12, 2015

My Booktubeathon Wrap-up

Hi everyone!!! :)

I hope you are well. 

Today i want to share with you my video in which I tell you how I did during the readathon. Did I read ALL the books? Did I read some books? Or I just read nothing. There is only way to know it ;) ;)

Feel free to share your videos, blogs or lists of your booktubeathon :)

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Top Ten Authors I've Read The Most Books From

Hi everyone!!! :)

I hope you are well and you're having a good day :)

Today I want to share with you my list of Ten Authors I've read the most books from:

HergéHergé. According to Goodreads this one is the author I've read the most and I think it's true because I think I have read a lot of Tintin comics.


Lewis Trondheim Lewis Trondheim. I really like this author. I have read almost everything he has written and drawn. I really liked Lapinot series (pictures below)


Neil GaimanNeil Gaiman. Except for some comics and The ocean at the end of the lane, I think I have read everything by this author. I really liked how he writes and the originality of the story. Sometimes I looove the novel/comic/short story sometimes I like them, but I have never felt disappointed by this author :)


Agatha Christie
Agatha Christie. I don't know how many books I have read by her, but definitely I have read a lot of books by her. She is an author that I admire very much.


Paul AusterPaul Auster. I have read most of the things he has written. Some books I really loved them and they have a special place in my heart, but others I just couldn't carry on reading them and I had to put them aside.


Maitena. I have read all the books I have found in my libraries. She is AMAZING. I love her very much and I love how she shows relationships between men and women so perfectly well.


J.K. Rowling 

J.K. Rowling.  I've just realised that I have read 10 books by this author:Harry Potter series + Hogwarts library :)


Jill Shalvis

 Jill Shalvis. I have read 7 books by this author (The first six books in the Lucky Harbor series and the 1st book in the Animal Magnetism)


Bryan Lee O'Malley 

Bryan Lee O'Malley. I have read all his Scott Pilgrim series+ Seconds. i really enjoyed both, but I really liked way more Seconds.


Marjane SatrapiMarjani Satrapi. I really like this author. i always have the impression that I'm learning while I'm reading her books.


These are the authors (I think) I have read the most. Feel free to share your list :)

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

7 in 7 read-a-thon wrap-up

Hi everyone!!! :)

I hope you are well. 

Today I want to share with you the books I was able to read in the read-a-thon. It was a great experience and I really enjoyed it. It was a pity that participants had different time zones, but at least I had the opportunity to read some hours with other people and it was fun! 

Books I mention:

The world of the gnomes by Wil Huygen

Las meninas by Santiago García, Javier Olivares

Lightning scratch (Foudre à gratter) by Christophe Cazenove, Philippe Larbier

Book, a meeting by Lygia Bojunga

Taste by Roald Dahl

When the winter finishes by Mary Ann Clark Bremer

I know what you did last Wednesday by Anthony Horowitz

It Came From Ohio: My Life As A Writer by R.L. Stine

Oh, diabolic fiction! (¡Oh diabólica ficción!) by Max

Stories for Night time and Some for the Day by Ben Loory