Can you get a more positive last name than Gladwell?
Not only is a Gladwell “glad”, he is also “well”. Whoever came up with the name, should not have stopped at that. They should’ve kept adding positive adjectives, and created cheerful names like Gladwellhappy, or Gladwelljollygood. Wouldn’t the world be a better place, if it were full of Gladwellawesome people?
Let me not digress, however. I’d like to introduce you to an author that rocked my reading world last year. I’ve heard of him plenty, but have only picked up one of his titles in 2012. And enjoyed it so much, that I picked another one soon after. I’m currently reading a third.
This is another post with bookish visuals. Although I’ve been reading as usual, it seems like I prefer pictures and visuals to words and reviews. I have a feeling it’s temporary and dearly hoping that in time, I’ll find the balance between them both.
So until I’m in an expressing-bookishness-through-words rut, I came across a the following problem:
I can’t find iPod 5 screensavers for bookworms.
Happy Valentine’s Day, dear ones!
“Though the mountains be shaken and the hills be removed, yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken nor my covenant of peace be removed.” says the LORD, who has compassion on you.
Remember, you are loved. Incredibly, amazingly loved.
Can’t think of a subtle way to do this, so I’ll just say it:
I started a new project: Gribook Creative.
What is Gribook Creative? Long story. Care to hear about it? (If not, just skip to the pictures, further down the page.)
On the Fiction front, I’m more of a spur-of-the-moment reader. Even so, I do have some books planned: