Book Review: Gratitude

I’m speechless, literally. Reading this book made me think about life and how shallow I am as a person. Oliver Sacks was diagnosed with a terminal illness when he wrote these four essays – “My Own Life”, “My Periodic Table”, “Sabbath”, and “The Joy of Old Age”. It’s a short read yet filled with numerous words of … More Book Review: Gratitude

Book Review: Armageddon In Retrospect

Kurt Vonnegut’s straightforwardness in story-making is refreshing to read. His sarcasm is fun to read and to think about just like his opinion about the use of semi-colons: My advice to writers just starting out? Don’t use semi-colons! They are transvestite hermaphrodites, representing exactly nothing. All they do is suggest you might have gone to … More Book Review: Armageddon In Retrospect