Essential Reading: The In-flight Edition

Okay, I interrupt the regular monthly programming of this feature for a special edition of Essential Reading. Usually, Essential Reading is a monthly thing but, since today is a special kind-of day, I think it’s necessary to circumvent the usual timeline of this feature and do a special thing. Tomorrow, I’ll be flying to the … Continue reading

Essential Reading: May 2013

May is here and, okay, I know I haven’t been active in blogging lately but I wouldn’t miss this monthly feature for the world so I will set aside a few minutes of my time to present my reading list for the month of May. But before we proceed, let us not forget the rundown … Continue reading

Essential Reading: April 2013

March was an awesome reading month for me. Mostly because I was itching to try Russian authors for quite some time now and also because all of the books that I finished on March were rated with 4 stars or above. Here are the books that I read (or finished reading) last month: Labyrinths by Jorge … Continue reading

Book Love: The 5th

Over the course of my relationship with Rhena, she has given me three books and it all began during our 3rd year when she started giving me books. The first was Gabriel Garcia Marquez’ autobiography Living to Tell the Tale; then Ernest Hemingway’s biography, Hemingway’s Boat, written by Paul Hendrickson; and then, lastly, Albert Camus’ Exile and the Kingdom. As a … Continue reading