This discussion contains mild spoilers regarding the theme and plot in It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover. If you are interested in reading that book, I wouldn’t recommend you reading this discussion. I would, however, not recommend this book to anyone and I gave it 2/5 stars. I thought the romance was done very poorly. I did not enjoy the majority of it, but it did change my views and leave me with an important message I want to discuss. Continue reading


Tilda is currently staying with me in Copenhagen, so we decided it’d be fun to do a collab together. We have created some book inspired question to see who’s most likely to… which also gives you the opportunity to get to know her a little better. She has the amazing blog Tildareads, and we did a second part of her blog, so go check that out afterwards 😉

Who’s most likely to… ruin a book?

Fiona: Fiona
Tilda: Fiona

F: On accident or for bookstagram?
T: Both I guess? I mean you did burn a book for a picture…
F: I have some who are damaged by snow as well.
T: Exactly.
F: But I never ruin them on accident.
T: Yeah me neither but I don’t normally ruin them for Instagram either.
F: What about coffee?


(Danish translation below // dansk oversættelse nedenunder)

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‘Everything Everything’ by Nicola Yoon, published by Delacorte Books for Young Readers, 2015, 3/5 stars – thanks to the publisher Carlsen for giving me the Danish edition of this book! You can buy it here.

Everything Everything follows Maddie, who suffers from an incurable disease which means she’s basically allergic to the world. She can’t leave her house and lives there alone with her mom. One day a new family next door moves in, including a boy called Olly. They slowly start to contact each other and Maddie experiences her first relationship with a person her age. Continue reading


I recently shared my favorite books of the year (link), and now it is time to talk about the worst. I read so many amazing books this year, but some did disappoint, and today I am here to talk about them. These are the ones that disappointed me the most, the ones that failed my expectations. Let’s get into it! Continue reading

HAMILTON CHALLENGE | bookstagram and read-a-long

I have collaborated with my best bookstagram (and blog) buddy Tilda, from tildareads, and we have created a Hamilton bookstagram challenge. It is taking place from February 1st to March 17th and there is a challenge for each song. To participate post your pictures under the hashtag #HAMTILOMECHALLENGE. I am really looking forward to seeing all of your pictures and I will of course feature some of my favorites on my Instagram (@bookwormwholived). If you haven’t listened to Hamilton (first of all, what are you doing?? Get on that, it’s amazing!) you can of course still participate in the challenges, you just won’t understand the references to the songs – we can still have great fun though.

We are also doing a read-a-long for ‘Hamilton: The Revolution’. We will each day read the song of the day (including all the essays etc. up to that point), and then have daily discussions in a chat group on Instagram (contact me or Tilda and we will add you!).  Continue reading

Cover, premise or blurb? discussion

I have lately been thinking about the marketing behind a book, and what matters the most to me when I decide to buy a book. Is it the cover, the premise or blurbs?

I’ll first just quickly define it all, because I have seen some getting confused by it: the cover is obviously how the book is designed, how it looks. The premise is a resume of the book, a little text that describes some of the storyline. Blurbs are quotes from news papers, blogs and authors telling what they thought of the book.

The question is then, when you are browsing a bookstore, what is the thing that convinces you to pick up and buy a book? Continue reading


(Danish edition below // dansk version nedenunder)skaermbillede-2017-01-02-kl-18-53-15I’ve Got My Period. So What?’ by Clara Henry (org. title, ‘Ja, jag har mens hur så?’), published by Skyhorse Publishing August 1, 2017, 4/5 stars – thanks to the publisher Gyldendal for giving me the Danish edition of this book! You can buy it here.

This book really got me thinking. I have lately been very aware of the feminist issues in our society, and this book really touched and inspired me.

Clara Henry talked about everything I wanted her to. She talked about the scientific explanations behind the actual period, cramps and PMS. She also talked about the practicalities like wearing a pad or putting up a tampon, where she included a lot of her own stories and experiences. She was overall good at talking about it in an open and freely manner, which everyone really are supposed to talk about it. She also focused a lot on the tabu it is in our society, and tips to help us all break that. I recently made a blog post about it including periods in books (link), and I am ready to keep fighting for this issue in my daily life as well. Continue reading


It is 2017. New year, new me or something like that. I have some goals I want to put for this year, but first let’s quickly talk about 2016.

In 2016 I set my reading challenge to 52 and then later bumped it up to 75. I exactly reached that goal, and I am very happy about that fact. I, however, recently made a post about the pros and cons of having a reading challenge (link), and I have therefore this year decided to put my goal on 52 books again. My ultimate goal this year is that I want my relationship with reading to become more relaxed. I often read because it is relaxing, but I also way too often do it because it feels like a duty, and that is exactly why I don’t aim to read 75 books again this year, but only 52.

This year, however, I have some further goals involving the content of what I read. Continue reading