For as long as I can remember, stories have been part of my life. Even when I couldn’t read yet. I had a My First Sony, and my parents bought me cassettes with stories on them. I fell asleep every night listening to fairy tales (the Grimm ones, not Disney) or Sesame Street. The voice
It’s already been a week since we came back from Japan, but I needed to recover. The trip was both awesome and exhausting, my brother’s girlfriend already warned us for the jetlag. She needs three days to recover, so I kept the first days light on activities. We met my Twitter friend Cherelle on the
Someone on Twitter asked me for my favourite books and I, like most other readers, was left speechless. Which ones were my favourite books? I had to check my Goodreads ‘Favourite’ shelf as a reminder. I noticed that not every book I love love loved has five stars. Why is that? Can you absolutely love
Chronic pain influences my daily life considerably. I share my tips to get stuff done, and comment on those that don’t work for me, and why.
Why is my list of books I’ve read such a mess?
Reading outside of your comfort zone can open up doors you never knew existed. You might find something else you like, or experience something new.
What is succes and what is your success? It’s different for everyone. Don’t let your success be dependent on other people. Take action for yourself.
When do you DNF a book? Or do you finish all the books you start? Tessa shares her opinion on quitting books and why she doesn’t DNF a book.
Exercise your creative muscle to stay on top of your game. You can do it without any tools, just use your mind. Find more ways to be creative.
Writers have their own reading habits and they sometimes change when they’re actively working on a first draft. Here’s what I do and don’t read.