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!)

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.

March Book Haul

After a few months (okay 2) I finally bought some new books! I wanted to read all (almost all) the books that I already have in my possession but one book that I really liked to have was discounted in March so why not buy 3?  or 5? Anyway here they are.

Dark Secrets by Michael Hjorth and Hans Rosenfeldt.

I wanted to buy this book because it has been on my “to buy” list for long, it was a little bit more expensive that the ones I usually buy but I wanted it! And I need it for the Popsugar reading challenge (book by two authors).  This is the first book in the Sebastian Bergman Series.

It all begins with a call to the police. A sixteen-year-old boy, Roger Eriksson, has gone missing in the town of Västerås. A search is organized and a group of young scouts makes an awful discovery in a marsh: Roger is dead.

Meanwhile, Sebastian Bergman, psychologist, criminal profiler and one of Sweden’s top experts on serial killers, is in Västerås to settle his mother’s estate following her death. Sebastian has withdrawn from police work after the death of his wife and daughter in the 2004 tsunami.

When the Crime Investigation Department asks Sebastian for his help in Roger’s case, his arrogant manner at first alienates the rest of the team. Pushing forward, though, they begin to make disturbing discoveries about the private school Roger attended….

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2018 Cloak and Dagger Challenge

I have joined the 2018 Cloak and Dagger Reading Challenge.

I’m a bit late joining but there are still signs up so I think it’s still okay. I don’t know whether the books I’ve already read since the new year are fine for the challenge, I will check back later and modify this post if they don’t count. I will add them for now. If you’re reading this and it’s after April 15 that means it’s fine, if not I will have added an “Edit” note at the end.

I read a lot of mysteries, I pretty much read only them (that’s why I always have trouble finding titles for other challenges) so I’m going for 26-35 books – Inspector.

Reviews for these books will come during this year, I will update this post when they are published.

I need to remember to use #CloakDaggerChal tag when posting…

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