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Books and pie (charts): the recipe for a deliciously diverse reading experience

Since the work I do doesn’t involve books or extensive reading of any kind, the 2016 Reading Challenge is my way of making reading a priority. 397 more words


Life should be like a series of subscription boxes...

…eagerly awaited, filled with happiness and opportunities for growth, and with a few surprises (of the good kind).

I am absolutely in love with subscription boxes. 290 more words


“I can’t think of any greater happiness than to be with you all the time..." -Franz Kafka, The Castle

A few weeks ago an article on Book Riot caught my attention. Called “The Impact of a Single Book”, the post featured an installation by Mexican mixed-media artist… 428 more words


Ramones Exhibit

This is long over due but there is a new exhibition that is drawing thousands of fans to the Queens Museum covering the career of their beloved hometown Ramones.   859 more words

It is a truth universally acknowledged that it is much faster to buy books than it is to read them

I have a habit of buying books faster than I can read them, which means I have a whole bunch just sitting around my apartment collecting dust. 52 more words


A Speck in the Sea

The below is a great true story of two childhood friends and  commercial lobsterman based in Montauk, NY . I dont want to give the story away but  a book is being published and the rights including being made into a movie have been bought up by the Weinstein Company. 7,670 more words

Nota Bene

Currently reading: Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman and Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

Hello from it’s-actually-kinda-sunny Seattle!

I’m here exploring the city for a few days, and while sightseeing is definitely a priority, I’m having trouble putting down the books (pretty typical). 110 more words