Dogs Know Stuff

Dogs Know Stuff

Jonathan Unleashed, by Meg Rosoff

My dog knows stuff! I am pretty sure now that behind those puppy eyes she is hiding a whole lot more about life that I will ever understand. Maybe Confucius was right by saying that life is really simple, but somehow we insist on making it complicated. And every time I look at my dog I know that she knows that I know I don’t really know what to be when I grow up, or even how on earth to get there.

Meg Rosoff delivers….

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TGIF and Ready to Party..Nerdy Style!

 

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Walking out of subway meeting my friends. Today it’s not a “Good morning” kinda day. No.. today we go for a more cheering..

Thanks God it’s Friday!!

Yes! We made it through another week. We survived. Fist pump. Pat on the back and we are ready to party….Nerdy Style!

When you are a NERD, things you do for fun are slightly different than the normal. Usually we do no clubbing, parties, brunches….That’s muggle living!

We like to play it hard though: we love reading marathons, visiting museums, becoming amateur astronomers, browsing old and indie book stores and of course, buying books.

This week end I’m going to host my first “Best-Selling Books Marathon“, a very informal and relaxed gathering with a bunch of best-selling books that we have ditched mercilessly during the past weeks.

We have:

  • A Court of Mist and Furyby Sarah J. Maas
  • The Outliersby Kimberly McCreight
  • 5th Affairby James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
  • The Apartmentby Danielle Steel
  • The Lake House, by Kate Morton
  • The Girl on the Train, by Paula Hawkins

And you? What are your books for the Week End? Happy Friday and Happy Week End you all!

 

Adulthood is Overrated!

Adulthood is Overrated!

Adulthood is a Myth, by Sarah Andersen

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Sarah Andersen knows about you and your weird habits.

Adulthood is a Myth documents the wasting of entire beautiful weekends on the internet, the unbearable agony of holding hands on the street with a gorgeous guy, and dreaming all day of getting home and back into pajamas. In other words, the horrors and awkwardnesses of young modern life.

Personal issues like body image, self-consciousness, introversion, relationships, and the frequency of bra-washing makes her comics highly relatable and deeply hilarious.

My perfect coffee table book.


Get your copy now! On Amazon.com (Book) – (Ebook)

 

The Double Edge Sword of Giving Advice

The Double Edge Sword of Giving Advice

Dear Emma, by Katie Heaney

Harriet is great at telling others what to do, dispensing wisdom for the lovelorn and lonely on her Midwestern campus. Somehow, though, she can’t take her own advice, especially after Keith, the guy she’s dating, blows her off completely.cover81744-medium

When Harriet discovers that Keith has started seeing the beautiful and intimidating Remy, she wants to hate her. When Remy writes to “Dear Emma”, Harriet has the perfect opportunity to take revenge on the person who broke her heart.

But as she begins to doubt her own motivations and presumably faultless guidance, she’s forced to question how much she really knows about love, friendship and well-meaning advice.

A nice and easy-reading book that will probably make you miss your college years. Light and funny, this is the perfect book if you want to relax and take it easy.


Get your copy now! On Amazon.com (Book) – (Ebook)