So. This year I decided to read more audiobooks and more classics. Here we are for the classics challenge. Back to the Classics is hosted at Books and Chocolate. Rules of which are: All books must have been written at least 50 years ago to qualify; therefore, books must have been published no later than 1969 for this... Continue Reading →
Many books have made an impression on society. However, only a select few of them have become international staples. These 25 books have changed the way we think, feel and perceive the world, and because of that, they will remain unforgettable. Do you agree? What were the most influential reads for you? Graph via largest.org
“Am I really mentally ill? Disordered? Defective?Or am I just weak of character and just not trying hard enough?” ― Sarah Wilson,
"Pac said Thug Life stood for The Hate U Give Little Infants Fucks Everybody."I raise my eyebrows. "What?"
“I do not try to dance better than anyone else. I only try to dance better than myself.”― Arianna Huffington,
Imagine toughest professions in the world and making the most difficult situations. Imagine leading people in these professions. Imagine people writing about it.
"I thought, "As long as can make them laugh, it doesn't matter how, I'll be all right. If I succeed in that, the human beings probably won't mind it too much if I remain outside their lives. The one thing I must avoid is becoming offensive in their eyes: I shall be nothing, the wind, the sky.”
This week on the blog: Down the TBR Hole #1 Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg The Sunday Post #17 Books finished this week: Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg Hallucinations by Oliver Sacks Books that I was reading this week ~ far from being finished Becoming by Michelle Obama The Hand of Oberon by Roger Zelazny... Continue Reading →