I have no time writing a book review today, so I thought I’d post my latest video. It contains my current reading situation + a tiny review of the book “Saturday” by Ian McEwan.
I also wanted to tell you that I think I’ll make a change in my blog very soon. I feel like books and book talk have taken over my blog lately, so maybe that’s where I’m heading blog-wise: a book blog. Let me know if you think otherwise
So, with this vlog I want to wish you all a happy weekend! My weekend will be occupated by some mini-shopping + getting rid of our old refridgerator (and getting a new one in). That will be a loooot of work!
A few days ago I published my book shelf tour on YouTube. People have requested it so many times, so I decided to do it. I’m also a big fan of book shelf tours myself, and must admit I enjoy looking at other peoples book collections.
Do you know the saying: show me your book shelf, and I’ll tell you who you are? I think there’s definitely some truth to that saying. My book shelf is a mess of all genres, authors and age-recommandated books. I love all of my books, and I’m not afraid to show them off. Some of my books might not fit in, but I promise you they’re there for a reason.
So, here’s my book shelf tour live on video Feel free to leave a comment or videoresponse. I’m dying to know what kind of books you read too!
and happy new year! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and that 2012 will be a great year for all of you.
My Christmas was as lovely, relaxing and Christmasy as I hoped it would be. I got a few books for Christmas, and I even made a video of it, so if you’re currently looking to spend 3 minutes on doing something, feel free to watch my Christmas Book Haul
I don’t have any new year resolutions planned for 2012. I guess 2011 turned out to be such a great year for me, so I kind of expect 2012 to be just as good and amazing. I don’t really want to change anything. Maybe read a few more books, but that’s bound to happen anyway
What about you, do you make new year resolutions? I’d love to hear about them (maybe you can inspire me a little, and I can do monthly resolutions or something).
I’ll be back tomorrow with Book Friday, where I’ll do a review on The Hunger Games. Yeah! See you all soon.
I totally forgot to post my new video before I went away on holiday. I’m talking about my Christmas reading list 2011. You can watch it if you like, even though Christmas is soon coming to an end I hope you’re all enjoying the holidays, and that you got a lot of books for Christmas. I did, so I’ll probably make a video on that soon too + a book shelf tour Enjoy!
As a Saturday treat for you all, I have uploaded a new book vlog on my YouTube-channel. It’s basically a round-up video where I mention the books I have read, the books I have bought and the book I am reading. Enjoy, and have a nice weekend!
You can probably tell from the title that I have actually made a decision (…wow). *Drumroll* I am going to start book vlogging on YouTube!
Yep, this weekend I will atempt to make my first vlog ever, and I am thrilled to see how it will end up. I haven’t decided what my first vlog will be about though (I can’t handle all these decisions all at once), but if you have any ideas – please leave a comment.
I must commit though – me vlogging won’t be a super regular thing. I will probably make 1 or 2 videos per week, it all comes down to video material I guess. But if you want to check me out, my YouTube-channel is called
If you love books and YouTube, you might have noticed all the new YouTubers that have started popping up lately? They are book-vloggers, aka. lovely people who talk about books, give book reviews and book hauls on YouTube. Some of them even do library hauls (what a cool thing to do)!
As I have spent days and hours watching all their videos, I am now tempted to make book vlogs myself. What do you think? Wouldn’t it be a bit amazing to have videos of my book reviews?
Let me think about it for a few more days/weeks… In the mean while, take a look at my favourites on YouTube: