Reading plans: What fiction books I want to read in 2018

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

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Santa is coming! 6 ideas of non-fiction books to put under the Christmas tree

"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

Personal insights after one year of blogging about books

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

Books written by Australian writers I’m going to read – follow-up post

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

What books written by Australian writers do you recommend reading?

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?

Books+Tech: Book brought to life using Augmented Reality

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