Ex Libris.

Ex Libris.

Today was a good day for book-shopping. In one of the local stores was a sell out: 1kg of books = 3 Euro. Guess what I bought? Exactly! I had hoped for maybe one or two books for the project, but I ended up with four of them!   So, this project will go on … Continue reading

Keeping space and time in order?

I was surfing a little, trying to do some more book-research, when I found this page. It seems quite nice to me and will definitely become one of my sources for further research. BUt I also liked one of the points on his lists a lot, so I will probably try and keep it up … Continue reading

Source recommendations?

Sources. It’s quiet a lot of research that needs to be done if you start with a project like that. So my question is, if there are any recomendable sources I can check out. So far I have: Goodreads. I love this page! It keeps me up to date with the books I already read … Continue reading

1. Norway: Das ist Alise.

Jon Fosse. 2005. ┬áDas ist Alise. Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag. Hamburg. As I study scandinavian literature it wasn’t very hard for me to get some material to get started with my project. I still had (and have) a huge amount of books by scandinavian authors, so I already had something to choose from at home. Especially … Continue reading

Country list

This will be just a blank country list to keep it a bit cleaner which countries I still need to read. I will start with Norway as it seems. So give me a bit of time for an update. ­čÖé Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Australia Austria 6 Azerbaijan Bahamas … Continue reading

My reading project list

My reading list is going to be the following one, based on the UN member state-list┬áto make it easy to begin with. I know that there are some places in the world that e.g. declared independence but aren’t officially a state, but I will stick to the official ones for a start as I will … Continue reading

What is this supposed to be about?

Good question! I was surfing around a bit today and ended up on Freshly Pressed (WordPress), where I found the blog A year of reading the world. It is an inspiring blog that everybody interested in books should take a look at. But what does this have to do with me and this blog? Well, … Continue reading