12th Book for 2020: The Dark Tower I: The Gunslinger by Stephen King

12th Book for 2020: The Dark Tower I: The Gunslinger by Stephen King

I liked how the character of Roland progressed through the story. But I have to say, that there's an ominous and dystopian kind of tone. It's not bad, it's just this heavy and humid feeling when it comes to the story's tone that stuck with me.The lore is interesting...

10th book for 2020: Start With Why by Simon Sinek

10th book for 2020: Start With Why by Simon Sinek

I've been watching talks by Simon Sinek in YouTube. I've been seeing his books every time I visit a bookstore. Finally able to get a hold of one of his books.The tone of the book is similar to how he speaks. It's familiar and conversational. I think the book lives...

8th book for 2020: How to Market a Book by Joanna Penn

8th book for 2020: How to Market a Book by Joanna Penn

I was researching about marketing books and I suddenly remembered I had this book. I got this as a part of the Indie Author Power Pack box set.I delved right in knowing that I'd learn a lot from Joanna Penn. And I did! The book is profound and helpful. By the end of...

6th book for 2020: Cursed by Thomas Wheeler and Frank Miller

6th book for 2020: Cursed by Thomas Wheeler and Frank Miller

The premise sounds good on paper: a Fey lady possessing the Excalibur. However, I find the execution of the story shallow. It relies on twists and gotcha moments. I also didn't like how the book ends. It felt like it was written as a television series and not as a...

Inspired by Neil Gaiman and VE Schwab

Inspired by Neil Gaiman and VE Schwab

I woke up this morning at 5AM. Groggy and no coffee to spike me up, I tuned in to Tor books and Den of Geek's event today: a conversation between Neil Gaiman and VE Schwab. And I'm glad I didn't choose sleep over this.I'm just spellbound on what they're taking about....

5th book for 2020: Killing Commendatore by Haruki Murakami

5th book for 2020: Killing Commendatore by Haruki Murakami

I bought this book just because of the discount card for a local book store, Fully Booked. But I'm glad I did. Haruki Murakami never fails to deliver mind-boggling, deep, and meaningful stories. There's something unique about his writing in the way he combines reality...

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