Book Blogger Hop #12


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This week question:

How do you organize your books for review? Does it work for you or have you had to change it? (submitted by Elizabeth @ Silver’s Reviews)

My answer:

Right now I make a future post when I start reading a book, then while I read I update it with my thoughts. When I finish it I jot down a quick review with what I want to say. Close to that date I review my post and add everything else (synopsis, book details etc). So I post as I read, I mean more or less I post chronologically. First read, first reviewed.

Book Blogger Hop #11


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This week question:

Is there a fictitious town in a book that you would love to live in? What makes it appealing? (submitted by Elizabeth @ Silver’s Reviews)

My answer:

No, other than A song of ice and fire, I’ve never read books with fictitious towns. And I wouldn’t like to live in Westeros or in any other Martin’s worlds… (even if I love those books!)

A L’Alfabetista (Ge mig dina ögon)

Ge mig dina ögon Book Cover Ge mig dina ögon
Torsten Pettersson
Crime, Mystery, Thriller
2008
ebook
360

In a small Finnish town of Förshalla is found a dead body of a girl without eyes. An experienced criminalist Harald Lindmark begins an investigation, but a new body is found...

About the Book

First of all this book isn’t translated in English, yet. The original title is in Swedish (Ge mig dina ögon) which means Give Me Your Eyes.

What I don’t get about this book is where is Förshalla? If you Google it, it’s in Sweden on the map, not in Finland but the book is based in Finland… I know the author is a Finnish man with Swedish origins, he lived in Finland and now teaches in Sweden but why can’t I find this town on the Finnish map?

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Book Blogger Hop #10


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This week question:

Do you overextend yourself with too many reviews because you can’t pass up a book in hopes you will get them all done or do you carefully plan and be sure you can fulfill the deadlines for all the promised reviews? (submitted by Elizabeth @ Silver’s Reviews)

My answer:

I don’t have promised reviews, I review as I read what I want. I tried NetGalley but apparently only Americans and Canadians can use that website so no foreign input for those books. And I haven’t had any proposition to review any books, yet.