Problematic Content Part II // When the content creator has been deemed problematic

A lot has happened since I first started planning out this post? Which is part of the reason it's coming so much later than initially planned (note I started writing it not long after posting Part I, when I realised I had more to say). If you haven't read part one yet, you can do … Continue reading Problematic Content Part II // When the content creator has been deemed problematic

July shelf-by-shelf // A fresh start for the second half of the year

I read four books in June, so alright but a lot less than I wanted? But honestly considering how busy I was I feel like it was a reasonable amount. July means school holidays so hopefully I'll read more though I do have a lot to do and I also want to hang out with … Continue reading July shelf-by-shelf // A fresh start for the second half of the year

June month-by-month // Semi normal, chamber music, a lot happened around the world

In summary June! A month that was simultaneously too long and too short? I pretty much went back to normal (especially after June 8 when pretty much all Covid-19 measures were removed) and the main thing that meant was a lot of time travelling via bus (initially walking, but it's getting a lot colder, and … Continue reading June month-by-month // Semi normal, chamber music, a lot happened around the world

Mini Reviews #5 // The Tipping Point, Permanent Record, The Ditch

The Tipping Point is the second Malcolm Gladwell book I've read and I anticipate reading more! I was glad to read Edward Snowden's much anticipated autobiography, as well as a new release from my best friend's favourite author. The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell I didn't realise Malcolm Gladwell had such a consistent writing style, … Continue reading Mini Reviews #5 // The Tipping Point, Permanent Record, The Ditch