Wednesday, March 31, 2010

wednesday march 31

sorry, i'm not that great on updating my blog! anyway, it is easter holidays now which has been much needed. as usual i end up pretty much doing nothing during the day. though i have been working on my website/blog-made-to-look-like-a-website, but i still have quite a bit to do before i can call it finished. oh and i've been reading harry potter and the deathly hallows, so i haven't been much online either, i have been picking up the book instead of my mac a lot lately when i have been bored. but i've finished it and now i'm not sure what to read. any suggestions?

i'll also try and do some more features on here, lovely talented people for inspiration.

9 comments:

  1. the perks of beeing a wallflower
    den hemmlige historien
    kabalmysteriet
    eller krim, e jo tross alt påske! :p

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  2. hi! try anything by Tom Robbins if you haven't already read everything he's written again and again . . .
    love your photos :)

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  3. Hi Nikoline.
    I really really (really) love your photos. Everything that you try seems interesting for me.
    I don't read a lot so i have nothing to suggest exepte that:

    http://vimeo.com/3434773

    If you have 3"46 to lose may be you will like;-)

    Simon

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  4. I have been reading a lot lately too :) I suppose you're not interested in economics (some of the books I read were about it) so I will recommend you Harumi Murakami. I read his autobiography, "What I talk about when I talk about running" in just one evening, despite it was in English (which is a foreig language for me). It's brilliant!

    Now I got two books of the "Southern Vampire Mysteries" series by Charlaine Harris. The TV series (True Blood) based on them are a way better, but I still prefer it to Twilight. Too sugary...

    PS: I read "Harry Potter and the deathly hallows" in just one day when I bought it :)Actually, no one of Harry Potter's books lasted me more than a couple or three of days xD

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  5. hi nicoline... I'm Davide from Italy.. I wrote you on FlickR mail about an holiday idea... did you read it? Sorry if I disturb you.. if you don't have information or suggest... no problem...

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  6. Har nettopp lest ut Bivirkninger av Elin Brodin. Skikkelig mindfuck-bok, men skremmende bra skrevet læll.

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  7. I loved Harry Potter, and since reading that series, my favourite books have been Carlos Ruiz Zafon's "Shadow of the Wind" and "Angel's Game". You don't have to read them in order, although it would be better to do so. They're both amazing, but I'd have to say the second one is my fave. Absolute page-turners, thrilling reads! I highly recommend them both :)

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