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A Smorgasbord of Books

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I’ll be one busy bee for the next few months!

Hello! Happy Monday folks!

Hope everyone is having a good start to the week. Before starting the work grind this morning I figured that I would upload a quick post on my addiction.

My BOOK addiction.

It’s no surprise that I love reading (especially after posts like THIS or THIS) but I haven’t really talked too much about what I’ve been reading lately; and typically I try to read at minimum at least one to three books a month. That can be anything from graphic novels, to prose, to short story collections, to manga, or even American comics. I don’t like to belittle one particular medium for another.

The picture above (excuse the blurriness), are all of the books that I’ve picked up within the last two months. Not shown above is Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates (which I finished and was amazing!) and Anathem by Neal Stephenson (what I’m currently reading). My interests are kind of all over the place and I feel the picture highlights that. It runs the gamut from high concept science fiction (By This You Shall Know Him by Jesse Jacobs) all the way to a tense non-fictional biography on building schools for underprivileged girls in Pakistan (Three Cups of Tea: One Man’s Mission to Promote Peace – One School at a Time by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin). But I think it’s important to not oversaturate yourself with just one thing.

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The Spider-Verse trade paperback has so many different side-stories in it, that I literally had to number them in order of when they occur -__-. I’ll be reading this sometime this month.

 

Not exactly sure what I’ll read next, but regardless, I’m excited for all the possibilities. Any books you have that you’re excited to read next? Share in the comments below.

Until next time.

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Just a frantic working regular Joe attempting to make his publication dreams come true. One day at a time. Lover of the quirky, disdain for the overtly negative.

4 thoughts on “A Smorgasbord of Books

  1. Reading is fundamental. It’s the best hobby a person can have to better him/herself. It’s really one skill parents should insist children to start at a very, very young age.

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