Skilsmisseboken – En overlevelsesguide by Sanna Sarromaa

Skilsmisseboken – En overlevelsesguide by Sanna Sarromaa

Sanna Sarromaa @superfeministen is a Finnish writer and famous feminist living in Norway. She writes weekly columns which are my favourite as she has a talent and skills to comment reality from the perspective of I wouldn't say foreigner although she quite often compares Norwegian society to her native's one but a person who questions this so-called happy reality here in Norway.

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Three Women by Lisa Taddeo

Three Women by Lisa Taddeo

I set out to register the heat and sting of female want so that men and other women might easily comprehend before they condemn. Because it's the quotidian minutes of our lives that will go on forever, that will tell us who we were, who our neighbors and our mothers were, when we were too diligent in thinking they were nothing like us. This is the story of three women.

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Reading during the summer holidays

Reading during summer by Monika Barrera
During pre-holiday fever, I noticed a tendency of increased panic created while packing. How many books do you take with you on vacation and what happens if you read them all? I also read about some husbands who allows to take 5 books due to luggage restrictions and you stuff an extra 5 books in a child's suitcase. Panic is really big here and it doesn't help that you take your kindle with you as we know that nothing can replace reading a proper paper book.

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