Category: Interesting Finds

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Representation Matters

January 5, 2017/Blog/12 Comments

I thought I would briefly introduce the page “100 Books for 2017” that I’ve had up for a couple weeks now.

As many people who read my blog know, I really like to read. But I usually only stick with the genres that interest me, which are fantasy and romance or anything in-between. I don’t really expect to read 100 books in one year. The number isn’t really the important part but rather to set my goals on a high number, so I try to fit reading into my free time whenever I can. One of my long-lasting goals, not just for this year, is to become a better reader and a better writer. And one way I can accomplish both goals is by reading more. And not just more of the same genre but also a variety of different books.

I think that by reading a variety of different books, I’ll discover new perspectives, stories and ideas that I wouldn’t encounter by just reading fantasy or romance.

So yeah. That’s what that page is for. If I really enjoy a book or have strong feelings for a book, I may write a review but otherwise, it’s just a page to document what kinds of books I’m reading throughout the year. At the end of the year, I’m thinking about trying and making an infographic of all the different books I have read but since that’s still a year away, it’s sort of a far-off project.

But that’s not why I started this post! I actually planned out 10 posts until the end of March but saw this circulating the internet and thought I would share this (spontaneously) with everyone else.

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How Could You Go Ahead Me?

September 20, 2016/Blog/8 Comments

I recently stumbled upon a website some of you may or may not know about called Letters of Note. Here is their short about description: Letters of Note is an attempt to gather and sort fascinating letters, postcards, telegrams, faxes, and memos. Scans/photos where possible. Fakes will be sneered at.…

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