In “Love Virtually” Daniel Glattauer tells the beautiful love story of two complete strangers who accidently meet each other on the Internet and fall in love via email. But is the real life as beautiful as the virtual one?
7 reasons for why you should be reading more often.
Reading. That’s what you always had to do in school! Are you one of those people who don’t understand why so many people enjoy reading in their spare time? Let me tell you why reading is not only fun but also healthy:
9 places in Montenegro where you should put the book aside
“Over the clouds freedom must be borderless all fears and all your sorrows, they say remained unseen underneath, and then whatever seems big and important to us became vain and small.” Reinhard Mey There are moments in life when reality is simply more beautiful than a book. I had several of these moments during our last vacation in Montenegro. A place where I feel small….
“The Package” by Sebastian Fitzek
The Story Sebastian Fitzek’s “The Package” is about the life of the young psychologist Dr. Emma Stein, who suddenly turns into a nightmare when one night in a hotel room she becomes the next victim of the “hairdresser”, a psychopath who rapes young women and cuts their hair off. Deeply traumatized by the deed and the loss of her unborn child, she feels safe only…
“The Why Are You Here Café” by John Strelecky
A story about the meaning of life. Where am I supposed to start?! I discovered this book at Hugendubel on the bestseller places, was curious as always and there it was already bought. 8.95 € is the price of this little colorful thing, which could also be a children’s book. But don’t be fooled, for this price you get a life-changing experience! Sounds totally exaggerated…
“Overcoming fatlogic” by Dr. Nadja Hermann
I have given this book away so often and recommended that I can no longer count it. Perhaps the book will bring light into the darkness and make life a little easier for you. The rescue for all dieters Dr. Nadja Hermann had the courage to write down all the fairy tales and lies most of us tell ourselves when it comes to food. She…
“The History of Bees” by Maja Lunde
“The history of bees” by Maja Lunde is probably the best and most beautiful book I got to read this year. For a long time I haven’t come across such a beautiful writing style and although the story takes place in three different times and tells three different lives, each one of them is absolutely stirring and takes you into three completely different centuries and…
“The Inmate” by Sebastian Fitzek
Ahh…those books that make you call in sick one day in order to read in peace. Just kidding. Am I… How far would you go to find your child? Sebastian Fitzek has once again published a piece that I would normally describe as absolutely sick and just great at the same time.
“Life is too short for later” by Alexandra Reinwarth
I’m closing the book, getting off the bus and I’m smiling. These pages enriched me enormously and at the same time showed me that I was on the right track. “Now or never, life is short” is what I always say. Life is too short for later. Alexandra Reinwarth The Regensburg-born woman (the name says it all: Regensburg lies in a valley and has above-average…
“The Happiness Project” by Alexandra Reinwarth
There are countless books which I think are great and which I have recommended to others. Many were just exciting, others were touching or thought-provoking. But I have never laughed tears at each chapter while reading.
“The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” by Marie Kondo
I have two problems with my book selection: I love guidebooks I let myself get totally lulled by titles and buy without reading rehearsals Result? I bought another book that fit me so bad that I didn’t want to finish it. My personal aspiration has always been to finish all the books I start. It took some time, but luckily I realized at some point…
“A Man Called Ove” by Fredrik Backman
It has not been so difficult for me to produce an understandable sentence for a long time. I am sick, lying on the couch and enjoying a bad cold while the apartment next door is being renovated and the craftsmen have been knocking an apparently football pitch-sized tile mirror off the wall for hours. So please forgive me if the comprehensibility has suffered this time…
“Totholz” by Ralf Kramp
I didn’t know at all that I own Eifel crime thrillers (you could tell from this that I may have too many books and no overview anymore) but in the end I was happy about it. Since my mother’s family comes from the Eifel, some villages also tell me something, so I was curious to see if I could recognize anything in “Totholz”.
“Prisoner of God” by Michel Benoit
Another book I never bought myself, but suddenly found it on my shelf. I probably accidentally inherited it on some move. As so often, I quickly needed a new book in the morning to get to work and first saw “prisoner of God” by Michel Benoit. Since it didn’t seem familiar to me, the decision was made quickly and then I was confronted early in…