Just a quick introduction. I’m a recent recipient of my MFA in Painting. I’ve had to read a lot of dense material in preparation of my thesis, although I slid in some fun titles to add context to my playful and humorous approach to art making. When I was invited to participate in this collective,
Similar to Kamil, I have accepted the challenge to get myself reading again. I haven’t finished a book in awhile. I am in the middle of a book, The Art of Racing in the Rain, I started months ago so I will finish this one first. I have a total of 6 books so far and
Hi All! I’m excited to start the summer reading challenge today! I woke up at 4am and got at it. For my list I picked a couple of re-reads that I’ve been meaning to go back to for years, a couple of half finished reads which I will re-start. and then all new material. I
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Michelle’s Summer Reading! Excited to dive into some great books. I’ll be starting with Moonwalking with Einstein and Water for Elephants (like flipping channels, but for books).
Hey out there, Today we kick off the Reasonable Summer Reading Challenge! Let’s turn some pages, people! I will start with Mr. Penumbra’s 24-hour Bookstore. Happy reading, friends! /A
Dear All, I decided to join this challenge to renew the forgotten habit of reading. Carefully selecting my literature I have chosen 6 great books in a topic of life. Here is my selection: Regards 🙂 Kamil
An insightful article from the New Yorker on some of the theories, science, and more on how reading can make you happier. Just another reason to join the Summer Reading Challenge! =) Enjoy. Here’s the link: Can Reading Make You Happier?
My list! As you can see, the picture only has 8 books. The last two are on their way to the bookstore for pick up. From the right: 1. Wind, Sand and Stars by Antoine de Saint-Euxpery 2. The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson 3. Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson 4. Mr. Penumbra’s
I just finished reading Steinbeck’s The Wayward Bus. It was 200pg and a quick and light read relative to his other works. In a nutshell, he drives a bus in California for travelers to San Juan from his deli in San Ysidro. He’s got a wife, Alice, who runs the lunchroom. The bus breaksdown, causing