Thoughts : Buddhism: An Introduction to the Buddha’s Life, Teaches and Practices by Joan Duncan Oliver

I knew next to nothing about Buddhism. Pretty much the base level of pop-culture references plus a few fly-away facts I'd picked up while studying Japanese in college. One afternoon while picking up my holds I broke my own library rules and browsed the new non-fiction releases shelf and grabbed this just for fun. Frankly,... Continue Reading →

Thoughts : The Only Plane in the Sky by Garrett M. Gaff

The Only Plane in the Sky : An Oral History of 9/11 by Garret M. Graff Source : Library BookTL:DR : Hits hard, but is very important Thoughts: Even know, weeks later, this book is lingering on my mind. This is one of those few really heavy and hard books that I think everyone should... Continue Reading →

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November & December Haul

   I managed to unhaul two bags worth of books in my recent ‘catalog my books’ project. I’ve stopped buying books new unless I’ve tried it (library checkouts, samples online) previously. The used books though, that’s where I hit a hole. These are usually things I’ve heard about or sound interesting or I’ve already read.... Continue Reading →

Non-Fiction November MBR!

     It's Non-Fiction November time! I'm pretty pumped about in all honestly, I love my non-fiction. And you know how it goes around here, I am super bad at TBRs so instead I have four  books I'm going to try to read and a metric ton of books I might read so I have... Continue Reading →

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