I have address in rabck.com.
I'm more than happy to send books to anyone (and I love to get books also). I'm also willing to lend books that I've marked to my permanent collection.
I love to read almost anything, in English and in Finnish. I like to read comics also. Well, I have never really loved scifi, but I can read even that. =) And history books are okay if they're not boring. The only book I can't read is Moby Dick.
Birthday gifts: Please send me only books from my wishlist, I have way too many books right now... And if you want to send me something else than books, I like chocolate, bc labels, tea, Doctor Who, Game of Thrones, postcards, vampires, candy, movies, comics and lots of different things. =)
Right now I'm reading:
Miika Nousiainen, Vadelmavenepakolainen.
This year I've read:
1.Stephen King, The Dark Tower
2.Carrie Vaughn, Kitty and the Midnight Hour
3.Phoolan Devi, Minä Phoolan Devi
4.Ben Aaronovitch, Moon over Soho
5.Johanna Hulkko, Jostakin kotoisin
6.Marilyn Kaye, Vaarallinen perimä (replica: geeni-trilogia 1)
7.Maria Semple, Where'd You Go, Bernadette
8.Anne Holt, Julkkismurhat
9.Salman Rushdie, The Ground Beneath Her Feet
10.William Styron, Sofien valinta
11.Kurt Vonnegut, Hocus Pocus
12.Roald Dahl, The BFG
13.Marian Keyes, Sushi for Beginners
14.Charles Dickens, Great Expectations
15.Jasper Fforde, Shades of Grey
16.Anna Jansson, Hylynryöstäjä
17.Laurell K. Hamilton, Blue Moon
18.Craig Cabell, The Doctors Who's Who
19.Kevin Crossley-Holland, Tales From The Old World
20.Siri Hustvedt, The Sorrows of an American
21.Sirpa Kähkönen, Lukittu lähde
22.Amelie Nothomb, Samuraisyleily
23.Anthony Burgess, A Clockwork Orange
24.Stephen King, Joyland
25.Earlene Fowler, Fool's Puzzle
26.Elie Wiesel, Night
27.Siri Hustvedt, What I Loved
28.Christina Macdonald, Run Yourself Fit
29.Edited by George R.R. Martin, Dangerous Women Part 1
30.Terry Pratchett, Eric
31.Conn Iggulden, Keisari 3 - Miekkojen kenttä
32.Michał Witkowski, Hutsula
33.Walter D. Edmonds, The Matchlock Gun
34.Virpi Hämeen-Anttila, Toisen taivaan alla
35.Richard Bachman, Kirous
36.Johanna Hulkko, Säkeitä Pietarista
37.Charles Dickens, Oliver Twist
38.Stephen King and Peter Straub, The Talisman
39.Terry Pratchett, The Last Continent
40.Liza Marklund, Paratiisi
41.Jane Austen, The Northanger Abbey
42.A.F. Harrold: The Point of Inconvenience
43.Kevin Crossley-Holland, The Norse Myths
44.Charlaine Harris, Dead over Heels
45.Zinaida Linden, Ennen maanjäristystä
46.Cecelia Ahern, How to Fall in Love
(and lots of comics)
Last year I read 105 books (and 96 comics).
Bookrays & rings I've participated in:
City of Bones, http://www.bookcrossing.com/forum/20/489451
Looking for Alaska http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/13680064
Paper Towns http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/13680068
Bookrings I'm hosting:
The Ocean at the End of the Lane: http://www.bookcrossing.com/forum/20/498151 *LOST*
My tbr-pile ain't really huge, but I would like it to be about 80 books. If it's over 80 I try not to catch or buy too many books. =)
6.6.2016: 98 books.
3.3.2016: 96 books (I'm surprised because I haven't read much lately)
2.12.2015: 96 books (I've been stuck with Bleak House....)
6.9.2015: 93 books (YES, smaller!).
14.6.2015: 108 books (For the first time over 100).
Likes: candy, tea, bookmarks, vampires, fantasy, Doctor Who, everything British, games.
Dislikes: liquorice, coffee, twilight (argh, sparkling vampires).
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