Thank You For 400 Followers! – How to Get People to Engage with Your Blog

Happy Friday, everyone! And guess what? My period of ignoring you is over! I'm back home! My vacation in the Netherlands was absolutely wonderful: I explored so many interesting cities, finally got to see the beach again after almost four years, learned a ton about Dutch history and culture, managed to buy a birthday card … Continue reading Thank You For 400 Followers! – How to Get People to Engage with Your Blog

Discussion: The Struggles of Reading Books in Foreign Languages and Why You Should Do It Anyway

Een goede vrijdag allemaal! Please tell me I didn't butcher that too badly, Dutch people ๐Ÿ˜… Your language is so similar to German that it's been confusing the heck out of me, but I've been trying my very best to not be that arrogant neighbor and learn at least a few phrases. And, let me … Continue reading Discussion: The Struggles of Reading Books in Foreign Languages and Why You Should Do It Anyway

The Ultimate Lost in Translation Battle: German vs. Danish Book Titles (featuring Line @First Line Reader)

"Im Winter meines siebzehnten Lebensjahres kam meine Mutter zu dem Schluss, dass ich Depressionen hatte, wahrscheinlich weil ich kaum das Haus verlieรŸ, viel Zeit im Bett verbrachte, immer wieder dasselbe Buch las, wenig aรŸ und einen groรŸen Teil meiner reichlichen Zeit damit verbrachte, รผber den Tod nachzudenken." First line in Das Schicksal ist ein mieser … Continue reading The Ultimate Lost in Translation Battle: German vs. Danish Book Titles (featuring Line @First Line Reader)

Author Interview with Katie Wismer

Happy Friday, everyone! Today, Iโ€™m bringing you a rather special post โ€“ an interview with one of my favorite authors, Katie Wismer! I first discovered Katie through her YouTube-channel Katesbookdate, which I would highly recommend if youโ€™re ever looking for inspiring vlogs, writing tips, book recommendations, or wholesome cat content ๐Ÿ˜Š Iโ€™ve always found her … Continue reading Author Interview with Katie Wismer