Discussion in 'Entertainment and Technology' started by girlsnotgrey, Apr 16, 2014.
13 Reasons Why -Jay Asher
im currently reading two books:
boy meets boy by david levithan
all the bright places by jennifer niven
Rising Strong by Brene Brown, I read her other books too.
Recently read The Here and Now Habit by Hugh G. Byrne.
Apparently i'm trying to improve myself and get unstuck in my life.
Have finished -> Nothing To Envy: Ordinary Lives In North Korea.
One of the best books I've ever read. Its such a mysterious and weird world. Its almost like a fantasy.
I started reading boy meets boy too lol. I'm currently also reading Wuthering Heights
Reading Punished by Vanessa Steel. A friend gave me the novel and about a third of the way in. Not something I would choose myself but an insightful read nevertheless.
Spud by John van de Ruit. A South African author. Hilarious book.
The Velvet Rage.
In reverse chronological order:
Reading now Psychology book: Robert Neuburger - Le couple, le désirable et le périlleux
Couldn't find an English translation online but It reads The Couple- The desirable and The dangerous. It has helped a ton my quest to learn to form healthier couples going forward, to understand why was I cheated on, what I might have done wrong myself to get to this point and why didn't I see it coming.
Before that I went though Cristophe Andre's: Imperfect, Free and Happy
Imperfect, Free and Happy | Editions Odile Jacob
Before That I devoured John Grey's Women are from Venus, Men are from Mars to better understand where on the gender spectrum my feelings and actions are, and why .
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....Which reminds me of something, & I'm gonna change my signature right now
Selected Poems, by Sylvia Plath
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Klay, by Michael Chabon. Almost finished.
The Master of Man, by Hall Caine.
"Comfort Me With Apples" by Ruth Riechl. This woman could write about getting an appendectomy and I'd read it with fervor. She's so emotional with her words; truly joyous to read.
Next in my pile is "Stardust" by Neil Gaiman.
To Kill A Mockingbird.
At the moment I'm reading all the Harry Potter books. I'm at the prisoner of azkaban
'A Little Life' by Hanya Yanagihara.
Started King Lear for the first time a few nights ago, up through the second act and hoping to finish it within another day or so.
I'm trying to read this book called, "How to Stop Worrying and Start Living" by Dale Carnegie. I haven't really began to read the book but I'm trying to start reading it SOON. I'm glad that I got it for Christmas. I really want to read this in so it can help me with my anxiety.
The Bully by Paul Logan
Payback by Paul Logan
I think those are two great reads because of how captivating the storylines and plots are.
I don't read a lot (in terms of books and other print material) but I read a lot of stuff that's posted on the internet.
I've got The Sandman, Vol. 1: Preludes and Nocturnes, The Sandman, Vol. 2: The Doll's House, Batman Confidential, Vol. 8: Batman vs. the Undead and Runaways, Vol. 8: Dead End Kids. By Neil Gaiman, Kevin VanHook and Joss Whedon respectively.
The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer
Timekeeper by Tara Sim
All the books by Rick Riordan
Daughters of the Sea Series by Kristen Day
And a lot more to list out. But I am not reading anything right now. I haven't felt like reading these 2 weeks.
On Ugliness by Umberto Eco. Came across a copy the last time I was at Barnes & Noble, which I didn't get but which interested me enough to check out from the library; it's meant to explore the conception of 'ugliness' [physical, moral, etc.] overtime and in different cultures by comparing examples of artwork and writing.
Currently, I'm reading Lord Of The Rings: Two Towers, but I have Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard in my book shelf and I can't wait to read it, when I have time ^^