The War of Art – Steven Pressfield

It’s that thing when you sit down and wonder: “Why bother?  Day to day I’m engaged in the same things, the same emotions, nothing new and important is happening in my life. I’m worthless dog!” Some are engaged in these activities more and some less. Some feel good about themselves, and there is nothing wrong with it. But, those who ask these kinds of questions a lot have a huge need to express their feelings

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Never Let Mo Go – Kazuo Ishiguro

Several months ago, when I decided to publicly state my opinions on books I read, I came up with two rules for myself: You don’t have to finish the books you don’t like You will never write about the book you don’t like Number one is simple – there are so many books in the world that I don’t have time to waste on the books I don’t like. The second rule came out of

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Stephen King – Revival

Greetings from China, I am back after a short break. I’ve been busy during last three weeks. My sister and her future husband (then, now he’s her husband) were visiting us so I’ve decided to spend my free days with them and to introduce them to Rui’an and Wenzhou as much as it was possible in two weeks. Last Tuesday we’ve visited a local lake where we’ve spent a night in a hotel and we

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The Perfect Gift for Readers – How I read 44 books in a year

If you’re a true reader, you can’t just read one book. Instead, the moment you finish a book you’re reaching for the other. Sometimes, you might even read several books at the time and give people a headache wondering how in the world could you keep track of four books at the time. But, it’s feasible; all you have to do is close the door on one book and open it on the other. Books

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