As we are getting closer and closer to 2018, I couldn't resist planning what books to read next year. In this post I included 7 books that I want to read, ranging from contemporary writers to classics. Here we go! § The Labyrinth of the Spirits by Carlos Ruiz Zafón This is the book I expect the … Continue reading Reading plans: What fiction books I want to read in 2018
"It's the most wonderful time of the year ..." says a famous song. But even this magic time comes with a difficulty for some of us (or most of us?) - the pressure of finding the most appropriate presents for our loved ones. How about offering a beautiful and fascinating book this year? I put … Continue reading Santa is coming! 6 ideas of non-fiction books to put under the Christmas tree
Wow, how did one year pass so quickly? It seems like only yesterday that I was brainstorming the name of the blog and thinking what to write in the "About" section ... After celebrating the one-year anniversary of Readers' High Tea with the launch of WanderBooks, I think it's a good time to reflect on … Continue reading Personal insights after one year of blogging about books
Hello! In the past few months I've been quite picky about the books I chose to read, mainly because I did not have much free time and I wanted to invest my reading efforts in books that are worth it ... like my next favourite book 🙂 Thinking that you might also face this dilemma … Continue reading 10 ideas on how to find your next favourite book
Hey there! One week ago I asked you what books written by Australian writers do you recommend reading. Today I come back with a follow-up post, to tell you what books I discovered and I'm going to read. Starting from the recommendations I've received on the blog (thanks a lot!), I did a little bit … Continue reading Books written by Australian writers I’m going to read – follow-up post
Dear readers, Today I come to you with a rather unusual post, asking for your help. In a nutshell, I am interested in reading books written by Australian writers, but the information on the web is not as helpful as I was hoping. So I am asking you: What books written by Australian writers do … Continue reading What books written by Australian writers do you recommend reading?
We continue our tech-related series with a post about the Interactive Tabletop developed by Sony Future Lab, an R&D department of the Japanese multinational corporation. The Interactive Tabletop is a projector that not only lightens up a surface, but it also makes it a touch-sensitive display, bringing it to life. Using depth sensors and motion tracking, the … Continue reading Books+Tech: Book brought to life using Augmented Reality