Spoiler: They are all books I had on my bookshelf for years, but have not read yet.
In Japan I went on many walks through beautifully designed gardens. Back home I was really thrilled to find the book “The Japanese Garden” by Sophie Walker.
Meet Micha, one of the people behind “LOREM (not Ipsum)” a wonderfully curated Swiss online shop for Indie magazines. In this post, he presents three magazines, all of which surprised and fascinated him at first sight.
Happy World Book Day. To mark the occasion I want to share 5 books for 2018 with you. What’s on your reading list for 2018?
I love, love, love print magazines. Find out why I like magazine so much, how this passion started and which publications are some all-time favourites of mine
Get ready to make yourself comfortable on the sofa with a good book and a hot cup of tea or coffee. I am sure there are quite a bunch of unread books waiting on your bookshelf. If not, here are three books you should put on your autumn reading list.
Oh, the pleasure of reading! My plan for this year is to read more books that I haven’t gotten around to reading yet, as well as some books I started but never finished. Find my 2017 reading list in the post.
The ever brilliant Charlotte Schreiber has just launched a Kickstarter Campaign to publish the photos documenting her 44 day journey through Japan in a beautiful book. I have been waiting for these news ever since she posted a sneak preview of the book on Instagram and I really hope it will become reality.
Today marks the 19th annual World Book Day and as an avid reader and former literature student, I want to talk a little bit about reading and give you some book recommendations. Since I was a child I loved hiding my head behind books. Visits to the local library were always a highlight and on our family vacations I would always