“Nothing adds such dignity to character as the recognition of one’s self-sovereignty.” Continue reading Book Report: The beat goes on
“Every life has its kernel, its hub, its epicentre, from which everything flows out, to which everything returns.” Continue reading Book Report: A novel of the Plague
“The people are angry, especially the businesses, about the quarantine. And the saloons are giving us a bad time. We have the police checking up on them, making sure they’re really closed, which just adds to the anger.” Continue reading Book Report: Some things haven’t changed much
“Laws about females never make a lick of sense because they’re made and run by men and meant to keep us in bondage.” Continue reading Book Report: Must run in the family
“I have found solace in living long enough to understand and forgive the person I once was.” Continue reading Book Report: An unexpected rainbow
Once you were in possession of an actual idea, you owed it a debt for having chosen you, and not some other writer, and you paid that debt by getting down to work… Continue reading The Plot. Twisted.
“Along the borders of this world lie others. There are places you can cross. This is one such place.” So … Continue reading Spellbinding tale winds its way into your imagination
Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones by James Clear My rating: … Continue reading Book Report: Want to change a habit? Think small. No, smaller. Nope, smaller still.
The Book of Eels: Our Enduring Fascination with the Most Mysterious Creature in the Natural World Patrik Svensson Taking the … Continue reading Book Report: A very slippery tale
Unlike the actual Lincoln Highway, which travels a somewhat straight line across the country, this story takes quite a few side roads and rabbit trails. Continue reading Book Report: Not exactly the road trip I expected