To imagine is to experience the future?

To see is to experience the world as it is, to remember is to experience the world as it was, but to imagine–ah, to imagine is to experience the world as it isn’t and has never been, but as it might be. The greatest achievement of the human brain is its ability to imagine objects […]

New books to the never-ending “to-read” list

Warning!! Before you read any further, this is a post about more cool books to read! Don’t blame me if your list of books gets out of control later, okay? — Yes, I have just added more books to my “to-read” list!! All from authors that wrote both fantasy and science fiction. After reading “The […]

The Curse of Chalion: book review

Hi, all!! Here goes another book review of one book I read for the –awesome– book club The Sword and Laser. Yay, it’s fantasy month!!    The Curse of Chalion  By Lois McMaster Bujold Kindle edition Published October 13th 2009 by HarperCollins e-books (first published January 1st 2001) Print Length: 512 pages Read from August 07 […]

Mismanaged commitments

Your ability to generate power is directly proportional to your ability to concentrate. Your ability to concentrate is directly proportional to your ability to eliminate distraction. Distraction is created by mismanaged commitments. —David Allen, author of Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity   Well, I’m very distracted today! So I believe it is time to review my […]

An image for a nice week

So, it’s the 34th week of the year! Times flies! It seems to me that after August, things go on faster and faster, and when we least expect it, it’s Christmas! I haven’t had much energy to blog the past few days, but I’ve been reading a lot! And to start the week happily, here […]