remarks and observations

Book Recommendations from what I read in 2018

If I’ve kept accurate account, I’ve read 23 books in 2018, 7 of which were non-fiction. Here’s what I liked the most: Fiction Best: The Speaker for the Dead – Orson Scott Card The Hungry Tide – Amitav Ghosh Cloud Atlas – David Mitchell Catcher in the Rye – J.D. Salinger (re-read) The Italian Teacher… Continue reading Book Recommendations from what I read in 2018

remarks and observations

Head interference – Too much input

Why do some conversations and ideas stick with us for years and years? Topics which didn’t even seem all that important or earth-shaking at the time and, from my experience, still aren’t all that important or earth-shaking. It makes sense to me that a particularly emotional event would stay with me over the years. And… Continue reading Head interference – Too much input