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Interesting German Word Construction | Schadenfreude

Interesting German Word Construction | Schadenfreude

I found an interesting video on Youtube that tries to explain some concepts from the German language. As you guys know I am trying to learn German (even if not very actively recently). I think that these types of videos help a lot in making […]

Stasi Wolf by David Young #BookReview

Stasi Wolf by David Young #BookReview

Stasi Wolf is a comeback of Karin Müller from the hands of David Young. Recently I had read Stasi Child, which I loved! So I had some high hopes for the next adventures of Detective Müller, which were definitely met. Have to admit I did […]

Ellen DeGeneres Celebrating With Oprah #PuppyEpisode

Ellen DeGeneres Celebrating With Oprah #PuppyEpisode

Last month Ellen DeGeneres celebrated the 20th anniversary of her public sitcom and real-life coming out. She had Oprah on the show and her former co-stars on the 1997 sitcom. You can find some clips from the show here. There were many surprises and heartwarming […]

Stasi Child by David Young #review

Stasi Child by David Young #review

Stasi Child is an interesting thriller from David Young that starts with a body being found in East Berlin. We get in that world along with Karin Müller, the detective in charge of the investigation. And we soon learn it’s a tough world. Not many […]

Hillary Clinton | Outside Interference Cost

Hillary Clinton | Outside Interference Cost

I recently saw an interview with Hillary Clinton regarding her last year presidential campaign. You can read it here. The BBC has also made an interesting timeline about her over here. I find both very interesting. Even if I don’t live in the US we […]

Elian Oliver Mirren (Short Story Series #10) #everydayinspiration

Elian Oliver Mirren (Short Story Series #10) #everydayinspiration

He was finally sailing away. Barely escaped the hounds and the men sent after him. Was he crazy to run? Well, there was no way back now. Elian was a cartographer, former cartographer now, on the run. He had been with his master for the […]

The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton #Review

The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton #Review

I had heard a lot of good things about this book before getting my hands on it. I was not disappointed, to be honest. A very interesting book, full of surprises and secrets. It’s a book that looks into the new life of Nella Brandt […]

Book versus Ebook | Which one’s for you?

Book versus Ebook | Which one’s for you?

I just saw a report on the BBC regarding book sales. Read it here. It basically says that paper books have gained a lot in sales recently taking away from the ebook market. The question paper book versus ebook has come up many times. That made me think of a similar type of report from a few years ago when it was the other way around.

Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth #review

Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth #review

A very exciting book from the author of the Divergent Series. Carve the Mark is set a new interesting world. We have nine planets, gifts, nations, war. A true page turner indeed. So I was interested to see how this book would turn out. A book […]

Mateus Ferreiro (Short Story Series #9)

Mateus Ferreiro (Short Story Series #9)

Mateus just arrived at his little cabin near the Dutch sea. He comes from Portugal. And he always dreamt of painting in The Netherlands. He finally made up the courage to do it. He’s traveled all over Spain and Portugal but he got tired of […]