Or finish. Because, honestly… There’s a non-fiction book that I’ve technically been reading since the summer of 2017 and I’d say it’s about time I finished it, right? 1. History of philosophy Also known as: the book that’s been on my “currently reading” list longer than any book ever has been before. And it’s interesting,… Read More Weekly Lists #163: 5 Non-Fiction Books I want to read in 2019
So I know I talk largely about my love for books, and languages, and all other things “soft subjects” here. But here’s a fun fact for you: I absolutely love sciences. It’s been a couple of years since I’ve really delved into that side of my love for knowledge, but last December, I decided to get… Read More About Books #37: A Short History of Nearly Everything
So I love history. And especially the history of royal houses. In university, I took up some extra classes from the History major, even though I was studying languages. Because, you know… It was a “History of the British Isles” two-part-class. What’s not to love? That love never really went away, but as it turns out, it… Read More About Books #36: Queen Victoria’s Children
So here’s the thing: I don’t read enough non-fiction, so while on a holiday I decided to read Mindy Kaling’s “Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)”. And I liked it. So I figured I’d read her second book as well, Why Not Me. And I don’t know what she did different for… Read More About Books #25: Why Not Me?
For some reason, I’ve never really been one to read a lot of non-fiction. It’s probably something to do with my reading for escapism so often. Non-fiction doesn’t really seem to fit that bill quite as well, you know? None the less, I’ve been wanting to read Mindy Kaling’s books for a while now, and… Read More About Books #24: Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?