December 30, 2014

Sweet Reckoning by Wendy Higgins (The Sweet Trilogy #3)

Original title: Sweet Reckoning
Year published: 2014
Published by: Harper Collins
Number of pages: 385
First sentence: “Not a soul in the Vegas cocktail lounge had any idea demons were in their midst”

Plot: The time has come for Anna to face her destiny. But will she give up the one she loves most to save everyone else, herself even? Anna is not alone in the war against evil, her Neph friends stand with her even though they have problems of their own to deal with. Will faith prevail?

My thoughts: I’m sure by now you all know the love I have for the woman who wrote this series. I mean wow! This series have been one hell of a roller coaster ride. Starting with shock, me being mad at Kai, fear, me being mad at Kai, nervousness, me being mad at Kai, blushing, me being mad at Kai’s dad and finally happiness. So yes, mostly it’s just been me and most people being mad at Kai. But also falling in love with Kai. Yes, I think I speak for most people in saying that. I can’t wait for ‘Sweet Temptation’ when we finally get to read everything from his point of view, can it be September already!?

Anyway, this book was great. The best thing about this book was that there was no more of this “you can’t be together” crap, at least not when it came to Anna and Kai, I was psyched about that. There was a lot of love in this book, a loooot of love, if you know what I mean ;) There were some parts where I blushed, before the real stuff even started!  There were a lot of Kai looking angry, which I totally love cause angry, smoldering Kai is one sexy beast, and the accent helps, believe you me. Of course Anna and Kai’s relationship wasn’t the only one to evolve but I’m not going to spoil that. I don’t think that talking about Kai and Anna’s relationship is really spoiling since it’s always been pretty obvious that they were going to get together, so to speak.

There was a lot of creepiness in this book, I mean jeesh, Duke of Lust get your shit together, respectfully, sir. Seriously, Pharzuph’s behavior totally grossed me out, major goose bump time.

I cried in the end. Tears of joy, mind you. Like I’ve said before that doesn’t happen that often so it says a lot about the feelings during those last few pages. I mean wow, if I wasn’t already in love with Kaidan Rowe, I most certainly am now.

Buy, read and weep! Sweet Evil, Sweet Peril and Sweet Reckoning are the names of the book. Sweet Temptation, which is a book from Kai’s point of view is scheduled to be released in September of 2015. 

December 29, 2014

My books

Hi guys. Hope you've all had a great holiday! I thought I'd share a picture of all of my books with you. I finally thought I'd gotten all of my books together but apparently some are still on the loose. Anyway.

Crappy pic 'cause I took it with my crappy iPhone. Anyhow, as you can see I've got the Twilight saga in both the white and the original editions. In here are also some books in Swedish, blah! There are 76 books in this pile and of those 5 are on loan from Bella (yeah you know that other blogger I'm always mentioning) and my little sister. There are 28 unread books just lying there waiting for me. I've no idea which book to read next. I did not include my IKEA bag of books I read years ago in this pile. Hardly seemed necessary as I can't remember half of the books I read before the age of 15 haha. 

I did start (and finish) reading 'Sweet Reckoning' by Wendy Higgins today so I expect a review to be up before New Year's Eve! Speaking of which; what are your plans? I'm spending the night with my wifey Erika (who's blog I sure hope you've read by now) and for my New Year's kiss I'll have to see which cat is available haha.

Anyway I'm done ranting. Have a lovely night/day wherever in the world you may be!

Lots of love, Kayla

December 27, 2014

Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare ( The Infernal Devices #1)

Original title: Clockwork Angel
Year published: 2011
Published by: Walker Books Ltd
Number of pages: 488
First sentence: “The demon exploded in a shower of ichor and guts”

Plot: Tessa Gray arrives in London after being summoned there by her brother Nate. However, everything is not as it seems and Tessa soon learns that not only is she different but that there are people looking to use her for purposes unknown. Drawn into a world she never knew existed she finds allies in the most unlikely people and uncovers secrets that would perhaps have been better kept secret. Tessa is beginning to realize that her life changed as soon as she stepped of that boat.

My thoughts: I have to admit that I was a bit put off in the beginning, because of my experiences with Clare’s other books, namely one, I never actually got past that one. The particular book was “City of Bones” the first in her Mortal Instruments series. But I’ve realized that there wasn’t actually anything wrong with the book, I didn’t like it because somehow it was spoiled for me. Anyway back to the book at hand. I absolutely loved this book. I loved being transported back to a 19th century London and all that it entails. I love the characters, especially Tessa, even though I don’t care much for how she thinks that women shouldn’t fight. The character of Will Herondale is disturbingly alike the character of Jace Wayland/Morganstern/Herondale or whatever the hell his name is these days. I have a love/hate relationship towards both characters although I don’t believe I was ever this enraged with Jace. The last scene between Tessa and Will had me screaming, literally. I was so mad at Will that I got mad at myself for actually being mad at a fictional character, it was rather confusing. 

Moving on to a character that is much more lovable, Jem. Oh god, I thought I wouldn’t like Jem, but I did. Where Will is obviously sarcastic Jem is more subtle in his sarcasm and he is much more gentlemen like. His appearance confused me a bit but I think that maybe that was the idea. I can’t get a picture of Jem in my mind like I can with most of the other characters and that’s sad because I really would have wanted to. I do however like the way his voice sounds in my head, all calm and collected.

There were of course many other characters in the book but I won’t go in to detail on those. All I’m going to say is that they all complemented each other well.

I have a feeling that we’re in for a love triangle with next book. I’m not sure if I like that or not. I tend steer clear of love triangles, “Twilight” has forever scarred me. But I guess I’ll just have to wait and see. I will read the next book because I really want to learn more about Tessa and her past and the reason why she is the way she is. I also want to see the relationship between her and Jem evolve, I’m not saying it will be but I’m hoping. Right now I just want her to forget about Will because I hate him so much. But I’m sure I’ll change my mind and be back to loving him soon enough.

Do I recommend this book? God yes! Please read it! 

December 25, 2014

Merry Christmas!

Hi guys. I just wanted to hop in and wish you all a Merry Christmas! I celebrated yesterday with my boyfriend's family and today we are going away for a second Christmas. In Sweden we celebrate Christmas on Christmas Eve.

I've ordered some books, which serve as a Christmas present from my dad. I'll let you know which books when they've arrived safely, haha.

Last night I started reading Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare so there will probably be a review up in the next couple of days.

Some photos from yesterday :) 

Merry Christmas to all of you!

xx Kayla

December 17, 2014

Married for Christmas by Noelle Adams

Original title: Married for Christmas
Year published: 2013
Published by: Kindle
Number of pages: 236
First sentence: “Jessica Cameron had to propose marriage in a couple of hour, and she was a little nervous about it.”

Plot: Jessica and Daniel grew up together in a small town but it wasn’t until after Daniel’s wife Lila died that they became close friends. As a solution to both their problems they decide to get married, both agreeing that it’s never going to be a traditional marriage. But it doesn’t take long for one of them to start having feelings for the other.

My thoughts: I didn’t think I was going to like it. I only read it because it was free in the Kindle store and I’d decided to give Kindle a try. But I did like it. The story was a good one and I really enjoyed the characters of Jessica and Daniel, they complemented each other well. The book deals with a lot of emotions and a lot of difficult choices and weird conversations. Reading other reviews and the author’s note in the beginning of the book I’d expected there to be a lot of religion and that only added to my feeling that I wasn’t going to like it (I’m not a religious person, never have been and probably never will be) but there wasn’t actually a lot of that which I thought was a bit weird since Daniel was a pastor, nonetheless I was happily surprised.
I don’t usually cry when reading books, it happens more often when I’m watching a movie or a TV show, but reading this book I actually cried, I’d like to blame it on the fact that the last few weeks have been tough but I actually think it had more to do with the emotional rollercoaster going on in the book. I’m not sure I liked that emotional rollercoaster; it kept being one step forward to steps back in Jessica in Daniel's relationship and that annoyed the hell out of me. I more than once yelled (yes out loud) at Daniel for being such an ass. But it all ended very well so overall I liked this book.

Of Triton by Anna Banks (The Syrena Legacy #2)

Original title: Of Triton
Year published: 2013
Published by: Fiewel and friends
Number of pages: 246
First sentence: “My eyes won’t open”

Plot: After Emma finds out that her mom is actually a lost Syrena Princess things really get interesting. Everything she thought she knew about her parent’s relationship is wrong. And as if that wasn’t enough she finds out that the future of the Syrena monarchy lies in her hands, or rather her abilities.

My thoughts: W-O-W-E-E. This book was almost better than the first one and I just wish I had the third book at home so I could continue reading about Emma and Galen. As always Anna Banks adds humor to a book that is actually quite sad and upsetting and I’m thankful for that. Without the humor I think it would have been too much at times.
I love that you get to see more of the Syrena world in this book, both with the tribunal and the introduction of King Antonis. It almost felt as if I was floating next to Galen during the tribunal, it was great. I love how Emma handled the whole “my mother is also Syrena” thing, her constantly reminding herself to stop acting like a little kid was hilarious. Emma and Galen’s relationship also evolves during the course of this book and I can’t wait to see what’s next in line for them.
Cudos to you Anna Banks, I can’t wait to read of Neptune!

Kindle, yay or nay?

Hello again. I’ve been very busy lately with school and everything. Christmas is only a week away today (we celebrate on the 24th in Sweden) and I’ve got an exam on the 22nd (linguistics, fun right?) so I’m a tad stressed at the moment. I’m upset that I haven’t really been able to read a lot these past few weeks but I’ve got at least one review coming your way.

On another note, I’ve got a question for you guys. E-books, what do you think about those? I used to be very against reading on my iPad or computer, I usually only read short stuff, like fanfics on the the PC or iPad, anything longer and I felt like I was cheating on my books haha. But last night I decided to give it another shot, I set up a Kindle account and downloaded some free books and I gotta say I liked it. I read a 235 page book last night and was happily surprised by the fact that I managed to keep my eyes on the iPad for that long, I usually get headaches fairly soon after the reading starts. I’m never going to give up on physical books because there’s just something special about holding an actual book you know. But when it comes to downloading some free books and reading on the iPad, yes! Two thumbs up for Kindle!

I’m going to start writing reviews now. Will talk to you later!

xx Kayla

P.S I thought I'd share my Christmas playlist with you!
I'm using my brother's account because he has a Premium one ;)

December 15, 2014

Joyride teaser

Hello! I'm excited today. As if it wasn't enough that I got to read the first three chapters (which were amazing by the way) of Anna Banks' book 'Joyride', these arrived for me today, just in time for Christmas!

So pretty, and signed, yay! I'm seriously fangirling so hard right now! I was thinking that I'll give away two of these to two of you if there's any interest (Sweden only)! Let me know please. 

That's all for now!

xx Kayla

December 5, 2014

Ascend by Amanda Hocking (Trylle #3)

Original title: Ascend
Year published: 2012
Published by: Tor/ St Martin’s press
Number of pages: 326 pages
First sentence: “I had my back to the room as I stared out the window”

Plot: Wendy is once again faced with one hard decision after another. In the choice between her own life and the lives of her people, can she find a way to save herself and the rest of the Trylle? And what about love? Wendy is starting to realize that maybe life with Tove isn’t going to be enough for her.

My thoughts: Oh my god. For those who thought there wasn’t enough action in the last book. Here you go! This book has got action, friendship, family and some love scenes that are to die for. Even though I got this book spoiled for me earlier I enjoyed reading it and I’m very happy with how it all turned out. Wendy evolves more during this book and she finally comes to terms with the fact that just because Finn was her first “love” it doesn’t mean that he has to be her only love. We also get to see Wendy’s mother Elora finally letting go of her regal ways, she finally lets her guard down and she and Wendy start some kind of mother/daughter relationship.

The only bad thing I have to say about this book is that I hate that every single book ends with marriage and babies. Why is that necessary? Fifty Shades, Twilight and now this. I mean I love happy endings but it just feels so ”been there done that”. Other than that I loved the book and the entire series. I’m looking forward to reading some more of Amanda’s books. I think the next one will be “Wake” but before that I have a lot of other books that needs reading.

November 23, 2014

Torn by Amanda Hocking (Trylle #2)

Original title: Torn
Year published: 2012
Published by: St Martin’s Press
Number of pages: 291 plus a collection of one shots named “One Day: Three Ways”
First sentence: “When Rhys and I showed up at my “brother” Matt’s house at eight in the morning, he was happy…in the sense that he was glad I was alive and hadn’t disappeared forever.”

Plot: After the events in “Switched” Wendy doesn’t think her life could get any more complicated. She was wrong. She’s kidnapped by Vittra trackers and while in captivity she learns more things about her past. Things that maybe would have been best kept hidden. In the middle of all of this there are her feelings, feelings she’s not sure she should have.

My thoughts: I don’t understand people who complain about Amanda’s writing. I totally love it, it’s real. And sure this book may not have been packed with as much action as the first one but it was still enough. I don’t think that an action filled book was her goal here. You get to learn a lot more about the history of Wendy’s people, both Trylle and Vittra. You also get to see Wendy working really hard to get her powers in order so that she can help her people. Wendy matures a lot in this book, she realizes that she has to consider what’s best for her people and not just what’s best for her and so she makes some decisions, decisions that might not be in her best interest but ones that she can live with nonetheless. I love this series and I love all the pop culture references and how the author used Swedish words such as “Förening, Ondarike, Mänsklig” and so on. It made it a whole lot more relatable, at least for me, being Swedish and all.

I went on goodreads because I wanted to leave a review and I stumbled upon a review. Someone decided it would be fun to spoil the next book. Let’s just say I’m not happy. At first I thought I wasn’t going to read the last book but I quickly decided against that. I love the series too much to give up on it just because someone spoiled it for me.

Anyway, great book. I do recommend it!

November 22, 2014

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - J.K Rowling (Harry Potter #1)

Original title: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
Year published: 1997/2013
Published by: Bloomsbury Publishing
Number of pages: 223
First sentence: “Mr and Mrs Dursley, of number four, Privet Drive, were proud to say that they were perfectly normal, thank you very much.”

Plot: Strange things always happen around Harry Potter and on his eleventh birthday he finds out why. He is a wizard, and not just any wizard, but ‘the boy who lived’. As Harry begins his first year at a wizarding school he learns many things about his past, and quite possibly even his future.

My thoughts: LOVE, LOVE, LOVE. This book is amazing and I can’t wait to dig my teeth into the next one! I’m so ashamed of myself for not reading this before. I’ve always loved the movies and the whole magical world but I’ve never gotten into the books until now. Could have something to do with the thickness of the later books in the series, they didn’t seem that appealing before now. I got quite mad at myself while reading this because I kept comparing it to the movie and getting annoyed over all the things they missed while making it. Peeves for one. Where is he in the movie? He’s such a great character, one of my favorites actually. You also don’t get to see as much of Neville in the movie as you do in the book. Why not, I wonder? Neville is a great character, I actually prefer him to Harry for the most part. I’m done complaining, let’s just say they missed a lot while making the movie.

Would I recommend this book? YES! It’s great and I do believe that kids need to read this. Hell, I’m 20 and I just read this for the first time and thought it was great. This feels like a part of growing up you know? Like a part of childhood. Granted, a part of childhood that I obviously missed, but still. So read it and dream people!

November 20, 2014

Ultimate book tag

Thank you Bella over at for tagging me!

1. Do you get sick while reading in the car?
Yes! I mean I can read some short stuff on my phone, check facebook and stuff. But a book? No way, there’s no use in even trying. I need to keep my eyes on the road for the most part.

2. Which author's writing style is completely unique to you and why?
I would have to say Anna Banks. I mean I’ve only actually read one of her books (shame on me!) but I loved it. The humor and also switching between first person (Emma) and third person (Galen) point of view, I thought I’d hate it but it turns out that I loved it! I’m of course referring to Of Poseidon (Serena Legacy #1).

3. Harry Potter series or the Twilight Saga? Give 3 points to defend your answer.
Ooh, this is a tough one. I absolutely love Twilight, I have since the first time I read it when I was like 12-13 or something and I probably will continue to love it for the rest of my life. I only recently hopped on the Harry Potter train, I mean I love, love, love the movies and I thought it was time that I started with the books as well. I’ve only read half of the Philosopher’s stone and I love it. But they’re two completely different stories and I can’t really compare them to each other.

4. Do you carry a book bag? If so, what is in it (besides books…)?
Definition of book bag please? I always carry a bag with me when I go to school. For notebooks, pens and such. And I always bring my earphones/headphones or whatever you’d like to call them. I have quite a way to go to get to uni and so I always listen to music on my way there, daydreaming and coming up with new stories to write. I guess that’s what they call an active imagination huh?

5. Do you smell your books?
Yes, I do. Not always, but I do. There’s nothing better than the smell of a newly purchased book. Am I right?

6. Books with or without little illustrations?

7. What book did you love while reading but discovered later it wasn’t quality writing?
Hmmm. I’m going to hate myself for this answer ‘cause it sounds so mainstream, everybody says this about this book, or series. But, Fifty Shades of Grey. Don’t get me wrong, I love it but it’s quite poorly written. But I was able to look past that since the story is so good!

8. Do you have any funny stories involving books from your childhood? Please share!
No, at least I don’t think so.

9. What is the thinnest book on your shelf?
Probably my own book. Horribly named “Forever” and it’s about 50 pages or so long. It’s awful. No one but me is ever going to read it.

10. What is the thickest book on your shelf?
So wish I could say “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare” which is on my wishlist for this Christmas *crosses fingers* but sadly it’s not. The thickest book on my bookshelf is a book for school. It’s “the Norton introduction to Literature”. So not fun.

11. Do you write as well as read? Do you see yourself in the future as being an author?
Yes, I do. Write that is. Mostly fanfictions and at the moment not so much at all. All though I have published to chapters of my Avengers fanfiction on both and Wattpad. @mindcrazed if you would like to check it out.

12. When did you get into reading?
Probably when I was about 10 or something like that.

13. What is your favorite classic book?
 My favorite classic. Hmm.. Not sure if I have a favorite classic. I’m assuming that by classic you mean something along the lines of Brontë, Austen or Poe right? I’ve read books by the first two but for me the ultimate classic would be anything by William Shakespeare, Sonnet 18 is by far my favorite.

15. If you were given a book as a present that you had read before and hated…what would you do?
Haha, I don’t know. Maybe pass it along to someone else?

16. What is a lesser known series that you know of that is similar to Harry Potter or the Hunger Games?
Oh gosh. I don’t know. A lesser known series? Hmm.. I’m assuming you want to know of a series that could be as big as the mentioned series because they’re in no way alike. One is fantasy and one is Dystopia. I have a few series I’ve read/am reading that I hope will be this big. They sure deserve to be. The “Sweet Evil” series by Wendy Higgins, “Syrena Legacy” series by Anna Banks and the “Trylle” series by Amanda Hocking. These deserve to be in the spotlight a lot more than they are at the moment!

17. What is a bad habit you always do (besides rambling) while blogging?
I always promise to post stuff and then break that promise. I also apologize a lot. I need to stop that. Sorry.

18. What is your favorite word?
I only get to choose one? That’s so not fair. Hmm.. Enraged. Yep, no explanation needed.

19. Are you a nerd, dork, or dweeb? Or all of the above?
 And the difference being? I guess all of the above then.

20. Vampires or Fairies? Why?
 Vampires, because, vampires. Simple as that.

21. Shapeshifters or Angels? Why?
Angels. Or rather Nephilim. Because they’re a bunch of sexy MOFO’s.

22.  Spirits or Werewolves? Why?
Werewolves. The sexy kind though. Twilight werewolves, Mercy Falls werewolves, yep.

23. Zombies or vampires?
Again, vampires, because zombies freak me out.

24. Love triangle or forbidden love?
Forbidden love. I mean I love love triangles but I get tired of them pretty fast. Romeo and Juliet kind of forbidden love is more of my thing.

25. Lastly: Full on romance books or action-packed with a few love scenes mixed in?

I like a mix between the two. Loads of love but still a bit of action here and there. Wouldn’t want it to get boring, would we?

I don't have anyone to tag but if you feel up for it then go ahead! I thought this was fun!

xx Kayla

Much awaited

Hey guys. Again I'm so very sorry about the crappy updates. I've got a lot going on in school right now and I've gotten stuck in this very depressing winter-mode, it gets dark early and the only thing I feel like doing is laying in bed listening to music daydreaming about my next story (to write). I'm going to stop making promises about when I'm going to update because I know that I can't always keep my promises.

On a happier note I wanted to share with you guys a much awaited release. It's Joyride by the always amazing Anna Banks.

The cover is amazing isn't it? It kind of looks like something I would to If I knew anyone who owned a pickup, haha. So this book is scheduled to be released on June 2 2015 and I can't wait! It's sad that it's so far away but then again that means that I have something to look forward to. This is going to make for an amazing summer read, I can just see myself laying on the beach reading this. I can't wait to dive into the world of Carly and Arden (this name though *swoons*).

If you guys want to add it to your to read list on goodreads or just want to read some more about it:

That's all for me for now! Take care!

xx Kayla

November 14, 2014

Sorry (mobile post)

Hi guys. I feel like all I do is apologize for not blogging enough. I was supposed to have at least one book review for you guys this week but I didn't get the chance to read as much as I thought last weekend. This weekend though I'm gonna at least finish reading Harry Potter and the philosophers stone which I started reading last weekend. On another note I got a new follower on twitter, one that I'm really excited about!

I mean this is great! So happy. I now have two of my favorite authors following me on twitter.

I've been home today cause I've been feeling a bit off so at the moment I'm watching tv shows trying to get better. I hope to have a post for you tomorrow.

Have a nice evening/day!

xx Kayla

November 2, 2014

Top 10 on my to read list

Hello everyone. I just wanted to pop in and share with you guys my top 10 to read list. So here goes:

1    1.  Rooms by Lauren Oliver

2.  Of Triton by Anna Banks

     3.   Torn by Amanda Hocking

      4.    Ascend by Amanda Hocking

     5.    Sweet Reckoning by Wendy Higgins

     6.    The Evolution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkins

     7.    The Selection by Kiera Cass

     8.     The Elite by Kiera Cass

     9.     The One by Kiera Cass

     10. The Maze Runner by James Dashner

Sadly I don't really have time to read but I've promised myself that I'm going to start reading one of these on Friday after my last exam. I'll read at least one of these over the weekend before my next course starts. I'll let you guys know which book it is!

Anyway, have a nice evening/day!

xx Kayla

October 30, 2014


Hey guys. I'm so sorry for not posting stuff enough. I'm so busy, currently trying to put together a field study report, it's not going that great. Anyway today I a package from bookdepository finally landed in my mailbox! "Rooms" by Lauren Oliver. I had hoped that it would arrive earlier so I'd have time to read it before Halloween but no such luck. It'll have to wait until after my exams.
Anyway this is it! 

Beautiful cover right? I love the color!

That's all from me today!

P.S I added an Instragram gadget so that you guys can see my posts on there as well, @eeelas is my username on there!

xx Kayla

October 23, 2014

The Selection

Hey guys. I was right about the books in the package. Along with a book for school I ordered some leisure reading as well. This is what was in the package:

The Selection by Kiera Cass boxed set

I love the covers and I'm so excited to read these. Hopefully I'll get the chance soon.

That's all from me! Have a nice day!

xx Kayla

Blog tip/sorry

Hey guys, it's busy season for studying right now. But it thought I'd hop in and tell you guys about a blog that a friend of mine started recently. It's also a book blog, quite similar to mine actually and I thought I'd help a sister out and tell you guys about it. So please check out, the owner of this blog is named Erika and I know that she would love for you guys to hop in and read some of her reviews and comment on some stuff.

On another note, I'm feeling a bit sick at the moment, I've been having some trouble sleeping lately and Tuesday to Wednesday night I only slept for about two hours which resulted in me being really sick when I got home from school yesterday. But I got a message saying that I had a package to pick up so hopefully there'll be some books for me to tell you about later this evening.

I hope ya'll are having much better days than I am! I'll talk to you soon!

xx Kayla

October 20, 2014


Hey guys. I'm sitting here watching Twilight and I'm thinking about re-reading the Twilight saga. I'm feeling very nostalgic this evening. Found some old videos I made when I was fifteen and a really big Twifan. I'm really over it but the books still hold a special place in my heart. If I'm going to do a re-read I think it will have to be during christmas break or something 'cause I don't see when I'd have time to before that.

So what do you guys think? Should I do a re-read? And also do you think the books or the movies are better? I think the books are way better all though I think that the Twilight movie was better than the rest of them. I generally think that the books are better than the movies, I have yet to see movie that's better than the book. Let me know what you think!

xx Kayla


Hey guys. I just wanted to apologize for my crappy updating. But I'm really happy to see that my blog is spreading throughout the world. Most of my readers are from Sweden, hej Sverige! America is in second place so hello to all you Americans out there. I've also got readers from Finland, Denmark, France and most recently the Netherlands so terve, hej, bonjour and hallo to all of you as well! I'm really happy that so many of you are here. I never thought that I would reach this many people. Anyway, I would love to give you guys a book review or something but I'm so busy with school and stuff. I've got an essay to hand in tomorrow and a presentation on Wednesday. It's really stressful. I did order a new book a few days ago "Rooms" by Lauren Oliver. I felt like reading something scary now that Halloween is coming up and everything. So I'll let you know when that arrives.

Anyway, have really nice day if you're in the states and evening if you're in Europe, and I'll talk to you soon hopefully. Please comment, I would love to know who you are and how you came to stumble upon my little blog. Take care!

xx Kayla

October 18, 2014

Book Gif Tag

Hey guys. Bella over at Bellas bokblogg tagged me in this Book Gif Tag challenge. I'm not 100% sure what I'm supposed to do but I'm gonna do my interpretation of it. I got this list of books and then I chose some GIFs that shows how I feel about each book, all though it was kind of hard since I haven't read all the books on the list. Anyway here we go!

Of Poseidon by Anna Banks (read/own)

Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins (read/own)

Britt-Marie var här by Fredrik Backman (haven't read)

Eleanor & Park by rainbow Rowell (haven't read but want to)

Shadow & Bone by Leigh Bardugo (haven't read/own)

A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin (haven't read)

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green (haven't read yet/own)

Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion (haven't read)

Cinder by Marissa Meyer (haven't read)

The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin (read)

This was actually really hard and with some of the GIFs I felt like Robert Downey Jr up there *points* just "meh" you know. And yes Sweet Evil deserved two. Please don't ask me about Game of Thrones, as soon as someone mentions that book or the show I go all Barney Stinson on their asses, so yeah. Anyway I thought this was a really fun thing to and I'm not really tagging anybody, if you want to do this then please do.

That's all from me for now!

xx Kayla