I hope you're having a great day :) Today I went to the library because I wanted to return some books and I found books which I think I'm going to love.
The Icarus Deception by Seth Godin. I don't have a clue what this book is about, but I had a look and it sounded interesting, like your way of working should be based on creativity (I believe)
So many book by Gabriel Zaid. This one is a book which I had started long time ago. I had to leave it unfinished because I had to return it, but what I remember was laughing very much although the topic, that there are too many books out there, was a bit scary.
He's just not that into you by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo. I borrowed this book because I was curious. I wanted to know what this book was really about. I knew the film based on this book, but this book was placed in psychology in my library, not in fiction. When I took a look, when I saw that the authors what they do is answering questions about men, I didn't know if I was going to like it, but I borrowed because I thought the book could help me with ideas for short stories, but once I arrived home and I started reading it, I saw that the book could help me personally, we'll see :)
Funny sentences said by children. In Spain there is a program called El hormiguero (Ant's nest) In the program they asked parents if they wanted to send sentences said by their children which were funny. Everybody enjoyed sending and hearing funny sentences said by children, I remember hearing some of them and laugh out loud, so they decided to compile in a book. The book was so famous that they decided to do more. I have already read another book and I laughed very much. Very funny! :)
Who remembers David Foenkinos? by David Foenkinos. I have already started this one and it's quite unusual. In the book he talks about waht happened to him after his success with one book and then with the next five books it was like nobody knew him. So far it's interesting and different.
This is me, but did you find something good in the library lately?
Yesterday I told you that I wanted to challenge myself. I wanted to read this book in just one day, in fact just one evening.
And I finished at 11:55 a.m, but I did it. I'm glad that I completed my challenge and also I read such an entertainment book. I highly recommend it if you want to improve your French and/or you want to read something quirky and interesting.
So, what about you? have you finished a great book and complete a challenge? Let me know in the comments.
How is it going? I hope you are having a wonderful day :)
Today I want to challenge myself. I love challenges especially the ones are related to books and this one is one of those.
Yesterday I have planned to read some books, but I didn't have time to start reading this one.
So, I have decided to start and finish it today . It's only 80 pages so I think I can finish it in one day, but since it's in French, maybe I need more time, but anyway, this is the challenge: finish this book today.
How is your Sunday going? Mine is full of energy and this evening I hope to do some interesting things. Since I have spent the whole summer teaching I'm basically resting, but I also want to spend some time today reading my books.
I have already started it and the things she experiments or the things she talks about are very interesting, but, unfortunately, not the way is explained. Sometimes the vocabulary is difficult for me, even I'm reading it in mother tongue, but anyway, it's still interesting enough to keep reading it :)
Now, one passion I have is learning languages. I'm trying to learn French. I know some things, but I really want to be fluent.
Today I want to read this book (start and finish it). I really like Sophie Calle and I want to read all her books. They are always quirky and strange.
I don't know much about this book. The only thing I know it's the book shows pictures have been stolen.
I hope you have a wonderful weekend. See you soon :)
Today i want to share with you the books I have read during the Booktube-A-thon. If you know more read-a-thongs and stuff like that feel free to share. It doesn't matter it's hosted by a blogger or by a Booktuber :)
hey guys!!! :)
How is it going???
Today I want to share with you the video in which I tell you how I'm doing in the BookTubeAthon. Let me know, if you're participating, what books you have read so far :)