06 December 2010

Thank you & Question

Well, first of all I'd like to thank all my new followers and all you kind bloggers out there who left a comment yesterday! And thanks to Bookalicious for  promoting me on your blog and your help on Twitter

Well, I'm in the middle of writing my masters-thesis and don't have as much time to read as I'd like to, but I try to squeeze in some books anyway..ok, I admit, I'll try to get some thesis-work/writing done when I take a break from reading :P

Sweden, winter 2010

This year is slowly but surely coming to an end, and with the arrival of 2011 a list of my top 5 or  top10 of 2010 has to be compiled. Now to my question, I've lately discovered the joy of reading YA-novels but I still like Chick-lit and other non-YA-books. Now, should I do two separate top 5 lists or only one? And is it better to have a top 5 or a top 10? Should I only include books that have been published during 2010 or all books that I've read during this year? What do you think?

Now, back to the books! (to study, not pleasure)
I'll be back later with a review....(But first I'll have to decide which book I'm going to review though)


  1. I would say, do one list, but maybe make it a top 10, so you have more choices. And maybe do all the books you've read this year, otherwise it's not fair on the books who weren't published this year, because they won't get a shot at being in the top ;-)


  2. Glad I could be of service! :)

    And I say do whatever the hell you want with the list of favourites - surprise us! :D