Just a reminder that this blog will no longer be updated because I moved it to a publication on Medium. I was in search of a more simple tool where I could just log in and write and the simplicity of Medium caught my attention.
So, if you want to read new things from me, head over to Medium 🙂
Thanks! And see you there!
Okay, third month of 2016, 13 weeks have past us by! March wasn’t a month full of reading for me. I finished reading 2 books, while trying to continue reading “L’île mystérieuse” by Jules Verne but without much success. I kinda gave up this book and chose another French book to read instead (lighter and easier).
The “To-Read” pile of March, 2016:
In March I added a total of 06 books to my “to-read” pile. I know, it is still more than I can handle, but I can’t help it! There are way too good books out there to be read in this world! They were:
- Mind Over Medicine: Scientific Proof That You Can Heal Yourself by Lissa Rankin: another book about the influence of our minds over our bodies. I am curious!
- Space Chronicles: Facing the Ultimate Frontier by Neil deGrasse Tyson, Avis Lang: I started listening Neil deGrasse Tyson’s podcast (Star Talk Radio) and I found out that he has some great books published (and I had no idea!).
- Packing Light: Thoughts on Living Life with Less Baggage by Allison Vesterfelt: I have a kind of a life goal of travelling anywhere with only a carry-on, so this book might help me.
- How to Travel the World on $50 a Day: Revised: Travel Cheaper, Longer, Smarter by Matt Kepnes: another one about travelling light.
- Shards of Honour (Vorkosigan Saga, #1) by Lois McMaster Bujold: a science-fiction I’ve been wanting to read for years that was not included in my “to-read” pile. So, here it is.
- How To Be A Woman by Caitlin Moran: this book is this month’s pick for the feminist Bookclub “Our Shared Shelf” and since it is a fun read I’ll definitely enjoy it this month.
The “Read” list of March, 2016:
So, I finished one fiction and one non-fiction this month.
- The Pillars of the World (Tir Alainn, #1) by Anne Bishop: it is a long book, in the fantasy genre, but I didn’t enjoy so much.
- The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things Right by Atul Gawande: great book! It gave me a perspective on how checklists are ingrained in our activities and how we can use them better.
The “I started reading but haven’t finished yet” pile of March, 2016:
- American Gods by Neil Gaiman: now, this is a long book! I bought the e-book some months ago and only now I had the courage to face it. Looking good so far!
- Les Catilinaires by Amélie Nothomb: my second attempt at reading French literature this month. I am enjoying it.
So, that’s what happened in March! This month (April) I would like to read at least 3 books to keep up the pace. Let’s see how it goes! Happy reading!
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I had a pleasant surprise yesterday on my Kindle. I had pre-ordered Felicia Day’
s book “You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost): A Memoir”
some months ago because I really admire her, I enjoy her work and she gave me enough reasons to give her credit. It was the first time I pre-ordered something in my entire life!
I always prefer to wait the “hype” to cool down before I buy something. I am the kind of person that prefers to buy (and read) a whole trilogy already fully published instead of consuming it as it is released.
But anyway, I am not regretting anything, I just want to say that I am really happy with this new book on my “to-read-right-now” list 🙂
I am currently reading two books, so I will find some room to read Felicia’s memoir this month, because all the reviews are awesome.
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