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What I read {July + August 2017}

I haven’t read much lately and most of the books I’ve been diving in have been travel guides. I read a bit about Andalusia first, to get ready for my summer holidays, then some about Britain, just for the pleasure … Continue reading

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What I read {June 2017}

I don’t know how this happened but June was a very lazy month and I didn’t finished reading a single book! What?! Yep, just like that. I am busy rereading Paradise News by David Lodge and nothing else. I didn’t … Continue reading

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New story on Every Day Fiction

Hi there! Nice day today. The sun is shining, at least around here in Switzerland, and I have a new story out there for you to enjoy. One-Way Ticket to Earth is out today on Every Day Fiction. You can … Continue reading

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What I read {May 2017}

I know, I know, I’m a bit late this month with my reading round-up. So, let’s agree on these posts being a first-Sunday-of-the-month feature and pretend that nothing happened. Now, onto brighter things, I set out to read at least … Continue reading

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What I read {April 2017}

April has been quite a mixed-up month around here. It started out nice but then the weather took a chilly turn and we even saw snow a couple of mornings. Snow, in April, in the city. A bit late but … Continue reading

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New story on 365 tomorrows

Very quick post to finish this week and month just to tell you that I have a new story out today on 365 tomorrows. Yay! You can find Sunday Shopping Spree today on their front page and forever on their … Continue reading

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What I read {March 2017}

Can you believe it is already April? Well, you better do because this is no April’s fool prank. Yep, we’re already that far into 2017 – a quarter of the year is gone and I don’t know where. The last … Continue reading

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