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The last few weeks were a bit chaotic, after brisk work and being so spry. I can finaly give my clumsy hands from writing a little break. Hmm, guess I use them now as a book holder and for coffee-making. By the way I just finished a book today, - 1933 was a bad year by John Fante and now I read a few short stories by Kafka. Have you got a favourite book? If so, I would like to know :)

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  1. getting even- woody allen
    think of a number- john verdon
    and also some other good books which i don't remember now (well, also all the books of scott pilgrim- bryan lee o'malley, but this ones are comics)

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  2. Pretty envelopes! My favourite book is N.P. by Banana Yoshimoto. Or maybe Kitchen or Hardboiled, Hard Luck by the same author. Anything by Banana Yoshimoto!

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  3. Really beautiful photographs, I'm not sure what my favourite book is yet. I'm about to begin 'The Princess Bride' by William Goldman. I'm excited.. hopefully it'll be inspiring! http://emsdarkroom.blogspot.co.uk/ Emily x

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  4. I like The Metamorphosis by Kafka very much!

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  5. Too many favourite books, but, The Secret Garden, Weetzie Bat, Harry Potter, And Emma by Jane Austen.
    I love these (and all of your) photos too much. What camera do you use?

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  6. your blog is absolutely marvellous :)
    my favourite book is To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee ;)

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  7. I love the way you put up your hair. Every photoset you post just seems to have some story behind it - it's quite wonderful!

    My favorite book of all time is probably "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn".

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  8. eu juro-te, eu adoro imenso o teu blog. as tuas fotografias são tão bonitas. adoro muito mesmo.

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  9. My favorite book? Passion & Purity

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  10. beautiful photos love.

    xoxo

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  11. Lovely, lovely pictures! I've been eyeing on Fante's for a while now, I think I'm going to give it ago now that I know you've read it! I can't think of anything right now but I'm currently in love with The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov, Franny & Zooey by J.D. Salinger and The Passage by Justin Cronin.

    p.s. we share the exact same map! ♥

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  12. Antoine de Saint Exupéry Little Prince and The Picture of Dorian Gray from Wilde;)

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  13. "Alice in Wonderland" - madness from the center of my soul <3

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  14. One of my all-time favorites is Dostojevskij's "Crime and Punishment." But I also love "Ham on Rye" by Bukowski. I'm reminded of that because of the awesome quote by him on the postcard. I just finished reading "Jane Eyre" for the second time and was absolutely dazzled by the writing (again).

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  15. Actually I've got 5 favourite books (they are so different that it's difficult to choose just one). Here is my list:

    - Hopscotch, by Julio Cortázar.
    - The Unbearable Lightness of Being, by Milan Kundera.
    - 1984, by George Orwell.
    - The Catcher in the Rye, by J. D. Salinger.
    - The Reader, by Bernhard Schlink.

    Have you read any of these books? Which are your favourites? :)

    Beatriz GFV.

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    1. No I havent I will look them up. :)

      All by Bukowski and Fante.

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  16. "a moveable feast" from damn brilliant hemingway.

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  17. My favourite book is "Demons" by Dostoyevsky. A bit too long maybe, if you like shorter things I'd suggest you to read "White Nights" :)

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  18. ah, i absolutely adore john fante! ask the dust is one of my favorites. my absolute favorite book, and if you haven't read i do recommend, is the ginger man by j.p. donleavy.
    thank you for sharing these beautiful photos, by the way. i love when i remember to catch up with your blog; always nice to sit down with a cup of something warm and soak up the inspiration xx

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    1. Thanks for the recommendation.

      Fante is great, you should read Wait until Spring Bandini, its my favourite. :)

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  19. One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

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  20. gosh love that map chair so much

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  21. I love "The Castle" by Kafka, "On the road" by Kerouac, "Crime and Punishment" by Dostoyevsky and "Nineteen Eighty-Four" by Orwell. What about you? Have you got a favourite book?
    Love Klaudia

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  22. amazing, beautiful i love yhid stuf!

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  23. i've been chaotic too, i really like your photos, they are amazing :)
    bearwearjeans.

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  24. Kafka was from Czech republic like I am, haha! I love his stories!

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  25. Seriously. I love your pictures.
    And... my favourite book? That's very difficult to pick. I tend to love everything I read, each of them for a very different reason.
    But you should read "The fault in our stars" by John Green. I finished it last week, and it was AMAZING. Definitely, read that one. :)

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    1. Ah thanks, and thanks fro the recommendation ;)x

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  26. I'm moving to London in a month or so (I live in Sweden at the moment) and I was wondering what affordable areas in London you think are best to live in. I'd be so grateful for answers!

    Keep up the great work!

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  27. The Book Thief By Markus Zusak is my favourite. The Great Gatsby is also a really good book, but I suppose you've already read that!

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  28. I would stand in front of Europe! :) My favorite book is Revenge of the Road Weenies... It's not nearly sophisticated, but the memories are what count.? xxox

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  29. the bell jar... definitely one of the best books I've read...
    changing the subject, your pictures are amazing! I just found your blog, by chance... voce fala portugues?! I am asking because of the first sentence... in portuguese... well.. I am definitely coming back.. just felt in love with your pictures...
    have a nice week!
    xx
    Paula

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  30. Kafka is one of my favorites!! Enjoy reading him.
    I don't think I have a favorite book..there will be too many to count. The last one I read was 'Nothing to Envy' about North Korean life. and it was good.

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  31. amei a carta no início da postagem e o trechinho de mallu :) li a biografia do van gogh escrita pelo david haziot, um dia desses. excelente. tens interesse no pintor? o homem era um gênio, entretanto, sofria de problemas psicológicos bem sérios. vale demais a pena ler!

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  32. The Messenger/I am the Messenger by Markus Zusak. I really love this book it made me cry because the story is so beautiful! :)

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  33. Girl,
    I just have to say: I ADORE your blog! The picutres are so beautiful, you are beautiful, your style is so very unique and chic. I love the lighting of your photos, which makes even normal things look mystical or romantic or just pretty. And I also like your room, so many little things that make it so personal. I can't really say how thankful I am for you being so inspirational to me. You are just very stunning. And that you sometimes struggle with life makes you even more sympathetic. I haven't really figured out the sense of me being in this world aswell and I often just feel empty. But I know that there always comes a day or time it gets better again. It's just an up and down.
    Well enough from me, it might already sound a little corny to you.
    But you and your blog are just amazing!

    XXX

    http://herzbluttun.blogspot.de/

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    1. Ah I feel quite happy you took the time to comment here.
      And I am glad you like the blog, and even more glad I can be
      somehow inspirational :)

      xx

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