Once again, like the year before last, I have been inspired by Emily Horne (of asofterworld.com) to list the books I read last year along with mini-reviews of each of them. In general, 2011 has been the Year of the Non-fiction. Like anyone sane, brought up on a diet of Rowling, C.S. Lewis, Tolkien and… Continue reading Book List – 2011
The 15th was Valentine’s Day for me. After a long, heartbreaking interval was I finally united with my love. Through months of separation I held onto the hope that we would finally be together. Through days and days of being so close, yet so apart, I remembered our times together, and the memories carried me… Continue reading Reunited ❤
I spent today making these out of old wedding cards. Thought I’d post them up here as a substitute for a long ramble. If your card is one of those that got butchered, apologies – but that’s how the trees felt when they were killed for your fancy invitations. Ever heard of saving paper?… Continue reading Bookmarks.
– Part 1 is here. 26Farewell My Lovely – Raymond Chandler: Marlowe ❤ 27Playback – Raymond Chandler: see above(s). 28Cousin Bette – Honore de Balzac: A nice book, reminding me that the inaction and cold emotion-suppression in english novels may not necessarily be the best kind of fiction. It also completely altered my opinions… Continue reading Book List – 2010 – part 2
I never used to list the books I read, but I’ve started to recently, inspired by Emily Horne who apparently is one of those people who makes one each year. Lists seem to, I dunno…they hold the books, give them importance instead of just letting them slip by like fallen leaves on an autumn years… Continue reading Book List – 2010 – part 1
I have the dazy, floating feeling you get when life is good these days. There was a time when feeling like this would scare the shit out of me. My reasoning went as such: If I’m feeling good now, its because something terrible is going to happen, as a result of which I will feel… Continue reading of limitless music and unending sunshine