2019 Reads

The Rule of Three

March 26, 2020

Do kids really do this? “When college students go to dinner, they want the company of their friends in the dining hall and their phone. They also want the freedom to go on their phones. To have both at the same time, they observe what some call [Keep Reading]

Your Art Needs Your Time

January 30, 2020

“When people are having an affair, they don’t mind losing sleep, or missing meals. They will make whatever sacrifices they have to make, and they will blast through any obstacles, in order to be alone with the object of their devotion [Keep Reading]

Start Living a More Courageous Life Today

January 16, 2020

There are several types of courage; physical, moral, psychological, and everyday courage. It is important for us “to start living a more courageous life now” in all of those areas because “the more actions we take facing fear, [Keep Reading]

Dart Adams Drops Knowledge in The Book of Dart

January 3, 2020

Dart Adams is one of my favourite hip-hop journalists. Perhaps you’ve read some of his work on Poisonous Paragraphs, Bastard Swordsman, or Bloggerhouse. In the spirit of underground hip-hop. he has been dropping knowledge independently for [Keep Reading]

The Ninth Doctor Still Travels with Rose

December 30, 2019

Doctor Who – Weapons of Past Destruction I read this book a few years back when I found it at the public library and I was really impressed. It reminded me of why I used to love seeing Chris Eccleston in the role of the title character. The [Keep Reading]

Forget Samples, Be Novel

December 27, 2019

An Age Without Samples: Originality and Creativity in the Digital World by Ikutaro Kakehashi Ikutaro Kakehashi is the founder of Roland and he has a unique perspective on music, business, and innovation. He writes . . . “I believe we should [Keep Reading]

Star Trek: TNG Season 3+ (Maybe)

December 26, 2019

Star Trek: The Next Generation – Terra Incognita I love to browse the graphic novel section every time I visit the library. I’m usually able to find a book or two that interests me. This one did just that. It seemed like it was a good [Keep Reading]

The Fifth Beatle – Brain Epstein’s Story

December 18, 2019

The Fifth Beatle: The Brian Epstein Story is an award-winning graphic novel from the creative team of Vivek J. Tiwart, Andrew C. Robinson, and Kyle Baker. I love The Beatles but wasn’t really aware of how much their manager did for them. [Keep Reading]

Pleasantly Surprised by The Wild Robot

December 17, 2019

The Wild Robot and The Wild Robot Escapes by Peter Brown It’s not weird to enjoy children’s literature at my age is it? If so, I don’t care. I picked this one up because it was recommended to me via my library app.  When I started [Keep Reading]
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