Can’t stop!

Can't stop listening to Jacqueline Winspear's book about Maisie Dobbs. Sometime, months ago, I listened to the first two ones: "Maisie Doobs" and "Birds of a feather", liked them a lot but then I did other things, listened to other books - and then I forgot about Maisie! Until yesterday evening. I was looking for … Continue reading Can’t stop!

reading – sometimes – still

I confess! Haven't been reading much lately. Finished "Educated" by Tara Westower. Super-good! Finished "The Timetravelers Wife" by Audrey Nieffenegger. One of my favorites! Finished the Swedish Murder Mystery by Maria Lang - brilliant, and feels very modern though it was written in 1949. There weren't no computers nor any cell phones back then. That's … Continue reading reading – sometimes – still

Saturday evening, April 6

Apropos Camp WriMo; as the text for today, instead of writing a new piece, I chose to add the very first one I wrote. The one I added to Diana's speculative writing prompt. The one that started this adventure. The Solar Eclipse. Why? Was I cheating, you think? Well, I don't think so! That text … Continue reading Saturday evening, April 6

I can’t stop!

At present, I'm listening to "Educated" written by Tara Westover. It's amazing! Memoirs are not my first choice of books to read, but if there are more of those like this one - I would for certain read more memories. Well-written, mindblowing, heartbreaking, mesmerizing, upsetting, interesting, agonizing, wonderful...... I just can't stop listening! During three … Continue reading I can’t stop!

Fairy tales with a dilemma

... a fairy tale... is a fairy tale... is a fairy tale... Tuesdays and Thursdays forenoon, I usually spend a couple of hours at something called "Café Welcome". It´s not a cafeteria per se. People can't just drop in, buy themselves a cup of coffee, or a latte or something, sit there for a while … Continue reading Fairy tales with a dilemma

The next book

When you have finished listening to a book on Storytel, you see a couple of buttons on the screen. One, for rating the book - the usual option one to five stars. One, for going back to your bookshelf. And one which says: To book suggestions. After listening to Eleanor Oliphant, I chose the suggestion-button. … Continue reading The next book