The Queen of blogging is a fast paced, entertaining story about making ends meet when you have toddlers, a husband that works too much and showing off your life on a blog for the outside world to see.
Kajsa runs Sweden’s largest Health and Fitness blog. There’s only one small problem; it’s all a big lie. Between her blog entries on healthy nutritious porridge and flashy running shoes, she lies on the sofa watching TV and eating sweets. Her only exercise is using the remote control.
Her life seems perfect: A beautiful house in an attractive suburb of Stockholm, three children, a loving husband and loads of money.
However, things start to crumble when she accidently writes on her blog that she is best friends with a famous Hollywood personal trainer. The problem is he’s never met, let alone heard of her.
An ambitious journalist, who doesn’t believe Kajsa has been honest about her blog or her friendship with the personal trainer, sets out to destroy her.
Besides having to handle the annoying journalist, she must also deal with Peter, “the blog following hunk”, and a bizarre and outrageous priest who keeps spreading Kajsa’s secrets all over town!
Bestselling Swedish author Therese Loreskar writes with a never-ending sense of humour and energy.
Funny, very occasionally laugh out loud funny, light hearted, but with the realities of modern life, ie, the Internet, and the idea of being anonymous when really you are not.
Kajsa is the Queen of Blogging in Sweden and her blog is all about fitness, but Kajsa is not the fittest of people. And when she starts to write little white lies on her blog, well, we can assume the worst for her. It is a great short book, a very quick read. I found rather funny the parts where Kajsa would go out with her friend to take photos of her doing her exercises.
The book is written from the point of view of the blog as well as Kajsa herself, getting up to her daily life juggling her husband, family and blog.
I can highly recommend the book for a quick rainy afternoon in as it is only 145 pages, but the good news is there is a second part on the way soon and I hope it is just as good.
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