The Sunday Post #5: Lost In the Sky

July is almost over soon? This turned into 1000 word post (sorry)...Mostly because I did not read anything last week and it bothered me a lot so  I managed to finish 7 books this week. I read: #1 Kind, versprich mir, das du dich erschiesst freely translated as Child, promise me that you will kill yourself... Continue Reading →

The Sunday Post #2: Je te pardonne

SO it's been an exciting week! And how is it July already?? Time flies! Beginning of the week slowed me down a bit as I was sick but I caught up with the reading. Books I've read this week: The Underground Girls of Kabul by Jenny Nordberg. Giving birth to a girl in Afghanistan is often... Continue Reading →

Helsinki Book Fair – Day 3

Day 3 Check out post #1: Helsinki Book Fair - Day 1 & 2 9-11:  Third day started with brunch intended for the book bloggers. During this brunch many Finnish authors (Kaisa Haatanen, Simo Hiltunen, Katja Kettu, Erkka Mykkänen, Vuokko Sajaniemi, Roope Sarvilinna, Jussi Seppänen and Saara Turunen) told briefly of their books, described their... Continue Reading →

Helsinki Book Fair 2015 – Day 1 & 2

Helsinki Book Fair (Helsingin Kirjamessut) is an annual trade fair for books held since 2001. It is held in Helsinki Exhibition and Convention Centre. This year event is held 22-25 October. Day 1 - Thursday Russia is the theme country this year at Helsinki Book Fair and it has  influenced the program highly.  On Thursday, there... Continue Reading →

How-To Travel & Read

You might wonder, how can one have time to read when traveling. But at least I have noticed that during two weeks long vacation I am getting pretty desperate to read something. And even if I am not actually traveling, I use different ways of transport every day. Here's how to get most out of... Continue Reading →

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