Thursday, June 14, 2012

VLOG: The most AWESOME book haul ever!

Y'all know it was BEA last week, right? Well I did not attend myself, but I managed to get myself a little AWESOME BEA book haul anyways.
Want to see what I got?


Photo: ©

It came as lightning from bright sky, I did not expect to get anything from BEA since I didn't attend myself. BUT I did have some book blogging friends of mine take the trip from Norway to USA to attend. Both of them brought back some pretty awesome bookish gifts for me and I would like to show you guys what I got.

Really, can it be the most awesome book haul ever?
Yeah, this vlog comes with 100 % awesomsauce guarantee(the books in it)! Except for my awful hairdo and the fact that I look like I'm in the house of mirrors at the beginning of this vlog(feel free to laugh, but please be careful so you don't fall of your chair!), I curse you. Now look past that and check out these brilliant books that I got!

The Norwegian Book Girl
Presenting Lenore(Lenore Appelhans)
Ann Kristin(Norwegian book blog)

Mortal by Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee
The Spindlers by Lauren Oliver
The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater
Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans

My review of Forbidden by Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee.

Now what did you guys think of my book haul? Do I have the best blogging buddies ever or what?

Elin and Ann Kristin
I hope you both realize how grateful I am for these gifts :) To think that you guys gave up precious space in your suitcase to bring me back these lovlies(and maybe books or gifts for your friends and family members as well?)! That is so nice. A million thanks from me to you girls.



  1. I didn't know Lauren Oliver had a new MG one coming out. Well done on your BEA haul.

  2. Thanks, Vivienne. It was such a wonderful surprise :) I didn't know Lauren had another MG novel coming out either, must have been a well kept secret(or perhaps I've been living under a rock lately?).

  3. I am so glad you enjoyed then, and congrats on signed book. I think signed books are a bit special, especial from English authors that don't normally come that much to Norway.

    1. I agree, and it is definitively not often that a foreign YA author shows up in Norway :)

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    1. Thanks, B :D I think so too. *Dancing around in my living room*

  5. I'm so glad you got your own little BEA-haul. Have fun reading them. :)


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