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  1. I love Misery, a really great book. So much suspense with so little protagonists and limited setting. How did you like it? I thought the first half was boring and I almost gave up and dnf-ed it, but then it got really good and suspenseful.
  2. The Last Film You Saw - 2019

    Since I had quite a long Christmas vacation, I've already watched a few films this year. Two Night Stand (meh, nothing special) Catch and release (sad, lovely, Silent Bob was good) Interstellar (oh boy, I hated that one, so freaking boring and plain weird) The Martian (really liked that one, funny, interesting, suspenseful)
  3. What Are You Watching Now? - 2019

    I'm re-watching Friends and finished Grimm. Hubby and I have also started a japanese drama, but I can't remember the title at the moment.
  4. The Last Film You Saw - 2018

    'Tis the season to watch the Harry Potter movies again, started yesterday with the first
  5. How many books have you read this year?

    49 so far, one book left to reach my Goodreads goal for the year. Though I've changed the original goal from 70 to 50 midway through the year. Too many slumps...
  6. Your Book Activity - November 2018

    I have this on my tbr, and I already read the first 100 pages or so a few years ago. I remember that I really liked it, but I don't remember why I stopped reading. And now I'm intimidated by it's size (and of the following books in the series)
  7. LGBT literature

    Oh yes, they're a lot of fun. I think The upside... is my favourite. I can also highly recommend The rest of us just live here by Patrick Ness and Every Day by David Levithan
  8. What's Up In November 2018

    To you too
  9. Your Book Activity - November 2018

    finished Every Day by David Levithan yesterday (loved it, definately want to read the rest of the series) and started Leah on the off beat by Becky Albertalli today (my third Albertalli this month )
  10. What Are You Watching Now? - 2018

    We've started The good fight
  11. LGBT literature

    I'm participating in a yearlong tbr challenge on Goodreads, where each month has a different theme. This month we read books with lgbt characters. So far I've read: Simon vs the homosapiens agenda by Becky Albertalli The upside of unrequited by Becky Albertalli The rest of us just live here by Patrick Ness Every Day by David Levithan and I'm currently reading: Leah on the off beat by Becky Albertalli
  12. What's Up In November 2018

    That's just what we're doing this week
  13. Your Book Activity - January 2018

    I'm curently reading Second chance summer by Morgan Matson after I've finished a rather disappointing A thousand pieces of you by Claudia Gray.
  14. Your Book Activity - January 2018

    I'm currently reading the newest book by Kerstin Gier "Das Wolkenschloss" and I'm loving it. Someone might know the author from the trilogy around "Ruby red".
  15. Your Book Activity - December 2017

    I've ordered this one as a christmas present for myself
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