Bookworm Extraordinaire – 5 Books I’d read again

I have created a list of books that I really like and would read again and thought it was worth sharing with you.

I am a homebody! Especially when it’s cold outside, I prefer to snuggle
up inside with good music, cookies, peppermint tea and a good book to
sink into.

I used to go to the library a lot, until my mom gave me my first e-reader for my birthday not too long ago.

I was never a fan of reading on a digital device, but I have to admit that an e-reader makes it so much more convenient to read on the go.

 On top of that, reading books now is a Zero Waste experience (aside from the e-reader of course, which I am planning on having for forever though 😉 ).

Zero Waste Home/ Bea Johnson: This book is the reason I started living a Zero Waste lifestyle. It is incredibly well written and gives a lot of practical advice on how to live with less to no waste! Especially for the holidays Bea Johnson, the author of the book, shares a lot of tips and tricks to avoid clutter and waste coming into your house and also helps out with a practical gift guide for family, friends and relatives. It is definitely worth reading and it completely changed and transformed my life for the better!

Just Kids/ Patti Smith: I just started reading this incredible book and I have to say: I am already in love with it! I love the story itself, but am also amazed by the way it’s written. You completely lose yourself in this story with hours passing like minutes. A masterpiece indeed! 

 The Life- Changing Magic of Tidying: And life changing it was! I love it when a book gives you little AHA! moments and encourages you to try out something you haven’t even thought of before. Incredible book on organising in a smart way and all the things that come with that. 

The Harry Potter Series/ J.K. Rowling: These books will always be on my list of favorites and have been for 8 years now! If you have not read these wonderful books yet, I envy you for getting to read it for the first time! If you are not much of a reader, the audiobooks in English as well as in German are read magnificently and even if you have read the books I encourage you to listen to them anyway!

Rookie Yearbook Four/ Ed. Tavi Gevinson: If you are under 25 and have not read one of the Rookie Yearbooks, it is high time you did. They are a collection of the best articles on the Rookie website and were detrimental for my teen years! But even if you are not in your teens anymore you get your fair share of well written articles and incredibly relatable topics. 

What is your favorite book?  Leave a comment or tweet me at @thecapitalF using #favorite



  1. Reed
    September 10, 2017 / 9:35 pm

    I always love when people share some of their favorite books! Potter is SO. GOOD. They’ve been my favorite since I was a little kid!

    • September 17, 2017 / 4:15 pm

      Haha, I am the same way and an absolute lover of booktubers and book lovers blogs. I will be publishing a few book reviews in the future so if you’re interested in that, stay posted. Also, YES, YES, YES, Harry Potter is the absolute BEST!!!! I’ve been listening to the audiobooks on my bike ride to uni lately and I gotta say, it brightens my mood every day 🙂

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