The summer is a busy time for me and I hardly find the time to read, usually can’t focus much. But even so, I found the time to read three titles. One is a post-apocalyptic novel set in a world struck by sudden blindness, the other two are adventures of a girl in a whimsical world.Continue reading
I don’t get much time for reading for the moment, but I’ve read two books. One was for a book tour with Blackthorn Tours. The other is a fascinating collection of short, poetic vignettes about time.Continue reading
When Milan Kundera commented on the novel, he said that it teaches us to see the world as a question (Philip Roth, Shop Talk, p.100). For Don Quixote, the world unfolded like a mystery. And I think that’s what I like to somehow preserve and wish for as well.
Happy Easter. Full of the joy of the new, the freshly born or about to bloom and the joy of discovery, the joy of asking questions and not always seeing things as they are but what they could be. The joy of hope. The joy of dreams. A sense of wonder.