Plus Size Models and Body Image

Earlier this week I read an article that covered the fact that plus size model Tess Holliday had signed a modeling contract with a big agency, being the first in her size to do so. I've been following Tess on social media for a loong time and I did a celebration dance when I... Continue Reading →


What’s in your mailbox?

When I was a little girl I had lots of pen pals and I remember the joy of looking into our mailbox finding an envelope from one of them. A paper written a totally different place in this world. Stories of cultures, lives and personalities. It was like going on a new adventure every time.... Continue Reading →

Beautiful You by Chuck Palahniuk – REVIEW I hope you enjoyed this video review of Beautiful You by Chuck Palahniuk! Don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel 🙂  (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Would you like your own copy of the book? Click on the Amazon or BookDepository logo below:     


A Teacher, Eh? by Grist and Larsen

I've been a fan of Mark Grist for quite some time now. I still can't get enough of this movie and poem: I have no idea how many times I've watched Girls Who Read. It touched me in a way that is rare. It's a special kind of love that only true artists can... Continue Reading →


Red Queen The Substrate Wars by Jeb Kinnison – REVIEW

Red Queen is the first in The Substrate Wars series and was sent to me by the author for an honest review. This is a science fiction thriller set in the US in the not too distant future. The  country is run by a Unity Party, combining the worst of both the Democrats and the... Continue Reading →


My Own Writing Published

From time to time I enjoy a little erotica either in the form of short stories or novels. And after seeing the statistics around Fifty Shades of Grey (even though there are so many better alternatives out there in my opinion) we can't deny that most of us do enjoy those words that has our... Continue Reading →


Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs – REVIEW

In this book we meet Jacob, a sixteen year old boy with a grandfather that has told him unbelievable stories about the orphanage he grew up in. He showed Jacob pictures of peculiar looking children that possessed different sort of gifts and he also talked about monsters as though they were real. As Jacob grows... Continue Reading →


The Queen of the Tearling by Erika Johansen – REVIEW

This book is the first in The Queen of The Tearling trilogy. We meet Princess Kelsea Raleigh a girl raised in exile awaiting to take the throne of Tearling at the age of nineteen. Hidden away so she won't be executed her two guardians teaches her about history and the practice of being queen, but there's... Continue Reading →


Kill Your Boss by Shane Kuhn – REVIEW

Kill Your Boss (published in the US as The Intern's Handbook) tells the story of John Lago. John is an assassin working for HR inc. This book is part confessional, part how-to book for surviving as an assassin. HR inc. sends their assassins into corporations disguised as interns. "Interns are invisible. You can tell executives... Continue Reading →


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