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I'm a girl at 15 from Norway. This blog's just for complaining to the world and write about my life. Just so you know. Yeah, and I got some words of wisdom once and a while which may interest you. Enjoy!

Saturday, January 17, 2009

My Library

I like reading. Actually I tend not to read that many books, even though I really love to. Sometimes it's hard to just sit down and read. Especially when you know there's something else you should do.

For my birthday I got one book, "Princess Diaries vol. 9." I haven't read it yet though, because I haven't read some of the books earlier in the series. So, got that to do. Christmas, in the other hand, brought a lot of fun. I got two other "Princess Diaries"-books that I wanted, two books about Harry Hole by Jo Nesbø, one by Jostein Gaarder and the "Da Vinci Code: Illustrated Edition." Yes, and my mother, believe it or not, was able to order "The Devil's Advocate" and "Holy Blood, Holy Grail" at So why not tell you about the books?

Princess Diaries vol. 5 by Meg Cabot: None of the "Princess Diaries" books are books I typically read. So... But it is quite fascinating. Even though I have a tendency to psychoanalyze the characters.

Princess Diaries vol. 6 by Meg Cabot: Not read yet, but planning to in the nearest future.

Princess Diaries vol. 9 by Meg Cabot: I haven't read it yet, because I have to read the books before this one, because it's a series.

Nemesis by Jo Nesbø: Not finished yet, but seriously exciting. He writes some of the best books in the world. Dark crime with a quite different main character. Harry Hole is now well known in the land of fiction. Don't miss this book, nor the other ones by Nesbø (

The Devil's Star by Jo Nesbø: I'm about to start on this book, I just have to finish Nemesis. Actually, I'm as excited as a little girl on Christmas Eve.

The Devil's Advocate by Morris West: Sorry, I haven't read the cover yet. But I think it's good...

Holy Blood, Holy Grail by Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh & Henry Lincoln: This is the book Dan Brown says he based "The Da Vinci Code" on. I'm dying to read it, just have to find the time.

The Da Vinci Code: Illustrated Edition by Dan Brown: I have read the book already, and didn't really understand why I got it for Christmas by Dad. But I do love the book. Illustrated? If you aren't very into the Bible, the paintings and the places it might help you understand the book better. But I think I'll recommend the film after reading the book instead.

Yeah, and I bought a book called "Forbidden Knowledge" by Michael Powell. On the back it says that it's a book about what "[...]not everyone should know." Some of the chapters are "How To Make A Nuclear Bomb," "How To Produce An Orgasm" and "How To Irritate Your Neighbor." I laughed for hours!

And there are a lot of other books I want to read before I die. But the time...
Yes, and I got Dad to sign me up for a subscription for Time Magazine. Whoho!

Feel free to recommend books under the subjects crime, technology thrillers, conspiracy teories and religion.

Tuesday, January 6, 2009


I've found my right place. In religions, we're now about to learn a lot of cool things. The subject is about new religions. Such as New Age, Google-fantasists, those who believe in aliens plus plus. Believe me, that's awesome!

In religions we usually learn boring stuff about Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and that crap. Or it isn't crap, just very boring. But finally, finally the books want to teach us about newer religions and beliefs. Thank you!

This is the faiths I know about for now, but I'll learn about more, trust me:

Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster

Church of Scientology

Unification Church

The Church Of Google

It's not that many, after all. And don't be offended by the Flying Spaghetti Monster, nor the Google thing. Do we have a deal?

Thursday, January 1, 2009

The Time Has Passed

Well, then year 2008 is over. Someone might be happy, other sad, and there's those who don't really care. But after all, a new year isn't the absolute start or stop. Because humans are those who make the beginning and the end.

For me, this year has been strange. It started as second half of my fist year at a new school. I felt a bit alone, because when I started, fall '07, I went from a class at nine to a 8th grade at a mass of 114 students. That was very frightening, but also renewing. My group of friends got restricted a lot, but I also got several new friendships. After all, I think I'm standing stronger now than last year.

Also, I got new challenges at school. I think that was the best part. I've always felt different at school, but this year that has gotten better. My teachers (most of them) are challenging me in subjects I felt boring because I knew a lot of what we were thought.

My family, on the other hand, haven't been that easy to deal with. I don't feel close to my family anymore. Maybe I'm the one freezing them out, I don't know... As well in religious thoughts and beliefs. I'm quite against my family at the time, and I'm afraid this will continue in the following year(s).

The one thing that I think has been most on my mind this year, or especially the last half one, is my sexuality. This have been a worry for me, but I've realized a lot about myself as well. I don't know what that will do to 2009, but I think, and hope, that my family won't be a part of that side of my life yet. But maybe I'll do more with my "online life," if I have anything like that.

This year has, after all, been a different year. I've learned a lot about myself and others that I surround in my daily life. Both positive and negative. Maybe I've had this so-called "inner travel." I don't know... But I hope 2009 will be an exciting year with a lot of experiences.

Happy 2009!