Seedbombs – Book

Finally, it is done.

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You can buy my Seedbombs Book via Amazon or via Blurb, just as you wish. I’m really happy with it. You can see photos via my Flickr account or on the Blurb Homepage. If you like it, please leave a review.

For the non-American readers, the book ships worldwide, without any problems. I never had them and I live in Germany, so it should be fine.

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Books 2015

The tiny book list of 2015:

  1. Terry Pratchett: Nation
  2. Terry Pratchett: Making Money
  3. Terry Pratchett: Unseen Academicals
  4. Graham Greene: The Ministry of Fear
  5. Terry Pratchett: I shall wear midnight
  6. Haruki Murakami: Sputnik Sweetheart
  7. Terry Pratchett: Raising Stam
  8. Walter Moers: Käpt’n Blaubär
  9. Terry Pratchett: Snuff
  10. Toni Morrison: God help the Child
  11. Mark Rashid: A good horse is never a bad color
  12. Terry Pratchett: Truckers
  13. Marina Lewycka: A short History of Tractors in Ukranian
  14. Roald Dahl: Kiss Kiss
  15. Robin Hulton: Sgt Reckless
  16. Terry Pratchett: The Long Earth
  17. Henry James: The Turn of the Screw
  18. Agatha Christie: The Secret of Chimneys
  19. A.C. Doyle: The Adventure of the Empty House
  20. China Miéville: King Rat
  21. Charles Dickens: A Tale of Two Cities

 

I wish I would have read more but it was a busy year. Next year will hopefully be better. 🙂

Booklist 2014

Books I read in 2014

  1. C.Crowell: How to cheat a dragon’s curse
  2. T.Pratchett: The Truth
  3. A.C. Doyle: Complete Sherlock Holmes Part 1
  4. John MArsden: Tomorrow when the war began
  5. C.Crowell: How to twist a Dragon’s Tail
  6. J. MArsden: Dead of Night
  7. J: Marsden: The Killing Frost
  8. J. MArsden: Darkness my friend
  9. J.K: Rowling: Cuckoo’s Calling
  10. T.Pratchett: Monstous Regiment
  11. T. Pratchett: Going Postal
  12. C: Crowell: A HEro’s Guide to Deathly Dragons
  13. C. Crowell: How to ride a dragon’s storm
  14. C. Crowell: How to break a dragon’s heart
  15. C.Crowell: How to steal a dragon’s sword
  16. Sam Shepherd: Buried Child
  17. Haruki Murakami: Dance Dance Dance
  18. R.L: Stevenson: The Black Arrow
  19. S. Shepherd: The tooth of crime
  20. Graham Greene: It’s a battlefield
  21. Christopher Marlowe: Dr. Faustus
  22. James Bowen: Bob, der Streuner
  23. Eugene O’Neill: Anna Christie
  24. James Marsden: Burning for Revenge
  25. John Greene: Will Grayson, Will Grayson
  26. Stephen King: On Writing
  27. Graham Greene: England Made Me
  28. C: Crowell: How to seize a dragon’s jewel
  29. Catheryne Valente: Palimpset
  30. Naomi Novik: Blood of Tyrants
  31. C: Crowell: How to betray a dragon’s hero
  32. Five Modern American Short stories (Div. authors)
  33. Chuck Palahnuik: Invisible Monsters
  34. Agatha Christie: Murder on the links
  35. William Shakespeare: The Taming of the Shrew
  36. Margaret Atwood: The handmaid’s Tale
  37. John Bradshaw: Cat sense
  38. Edgar Allen Poe: The Raven
  39. Pinocchio
  40. Neil Gaiman: The Sleeper and the Spindle
  41. Chuck Palahnuik: Haunted
  42. William Shakespeare: The Winter’s Tale
  43. Cina Mieville: Railsea
  44. Alice Munro: Dance of the Happy Shades

 

If you are interested in what I thought about the books, you can have a look at my Goodreads profile. What did you read in 2014? Anything you recommend?

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I made it today and as usual, it can be bought over Blurb.