reading challenge

Welcome to Jamie’s Kitchen

For this year’s Reading Challenge I’ve decided to read a book about cooking and what’s more about cooking than a cookbook? I’m quite sure I didn’t mention it until now but I LOVE food. And I like it to make... Continue Reading →


Outlander – Diana Gabaldon: Reading Challenge Task 9

With Outlander American author Diana Gabaldon evokes the land and lore of the Scottish Highlands. Vital descriptions, realistic characters and a super likeable heroine pull you inside a story full of history, intrigues and romance. It’s easy to delve into... Continue Reading →

Fahrenheit 451 – Ray Bradbury: Reading Challenge Task 3

You know how some books just need one sentence to grip you and never letting you go again? Fahrenheit 451 is such a book. It has one of the best opening lines I’ve ever read and it goes like this:... Continue Reading →

Glass Sword – Victoria Aveyard: Reading Challenge Task 12

Ahhh guys, I am sooooo in love with this one! (You can tell how excited I am by the number of o’s I put in that sentence. Ugh.) Glass Sword has been my most anticipated book in 2016 and I... Continue Reading →

Arthas: Rise of the Lich King – Christie Golden: Reading Challenge Task 5

As some of you might remember task 5 of my Reading Challenge is to read a book that you usually wouldn’t. As I set my reading goals at the beginning of the year I thought this task would end with... Continue Reading →

Shatter Me series – Tahere Mafi: Reading Challenge Task 11

With the Shatter Me series 27-year-old Tahere Mafi created a dystopian young-adult romance, which took the world by storm. The series centres upon 17-year-old Juliette Ferrars whose world is crumbling. All nature seems destroyed and intoxicated. Clouds have the wrong... Continue Reading →

You are a badass: How to stop doubting yourself and start living an awesome life – Jen Sincero: Reading Challenge Task 8

Dear  Jen Sincero- bestselling author, speaker and super-likable success coach – thank you for sharing your genius! Seriously guys, this book is AWESOME! I used to roll my eyes at self-help books, but since I read “You are a badass:... Continue Reading →

The museum of extraordinary things-Alice Hoffman: Reading Challenge Task 13

The novel is written by American writer Alice Hoffman, author of twenty-eight works of fiction, including the international bestseller The Dovekeepers. This is the first book I read by Hoffman so I didn‘t really know what to expect. I was... Continue Reading →

Spice up your reading life: Try a challenge!

2016 is finally upon us and what time is better to start to broaden the scope of your reading and spice up your reading life? Last year I took part in POPSUGAR‘s great reading challenge 2015 and in several smaller... Continue Reading →

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