Review: Furiously Happy – Jenny Lawson

Publishing Date: 22.09.2015 Pages: 329 Genre(s): Humour; Nonfiction; Autobiography Favourite Quote: “Normal is boring. Weird is better. Goats are awesome, but only in small quantities.” Why I think it’s feminist: If Jenny Lawson makes one thing Cristal clear it’s that... Continue Reading →


Review: Bitch Planet (Vol.1) – Kelly Sue DeConnick & Valentine De Landro

Publishing Date: 7.10.2015 Pages: 156 Genre(s): Comic, Science Fiction, Dystopia Favourite Quote: “If it ain’t broken, don’t fix it.” Why I think it’s feminist: With its setting being a planet you get sent to if you are noncompliant to patriarchy... Continue Reading →

Review: King’s Cage – Victoria Aveyard (nearly spoiler free)

Publishing Date: 7.2.2017 Pages: 528 Genre(s): YA; Fantasy; Dystopian Favourite Quote: “Never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity in the world to pursue and achieve your own dreams.“ Why I think it’s... Continue Reading →

Yes there’s still a blog post coming in February…

Have I mentioned yet, that February is a particularly short month?! Seriously guys it's almost March again and I only delivered 2 tiny posts. I'm ashamed! To my defense I had my wisdom theeth removed and didn't do anything but... Continue Reading →

Review: Specials & Extras – Scott Westerfeld

Publishing Date: 9.5. 2006 & 2.10.2007 Pages: 384 & 417 Genre(s): YA; Dystopian; Fiction Favourite Quote: “Life doesn't come with an instruction manual.” Why I think it’s feminist: I don’t. After reading book one and two of the series I... Continue Reading →

Review: The Female of the Species – Mindy McGinnis

Publishing Date: 20.09.2016 Pages: 352 Genre(s): YA; Mystery; Fiction Favourite Quote: “But boys will be boys, our favorite phrase that excuses so many things, while the only thing we have for the opposite gender is women, said with disdain and... Continue Reading →

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 →

The Rose and the Dagger – Renée Adhieh

“He was not here to wreak revenge. For revenge was trifling and hollow. No. He was not here to retrieve his wife. For his wife was not a thing to be retrieved.” The Rose and the Dagger is the sequel... 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 →

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