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Category Archives: Books
This looks interesting. From Brain Pickings, a review of a new book, The Daily Stoic: 366 Meditations on Wisdom, Perseverance, and the Art of Living, by Ryan Holiday and Stephen Hanselman. Having read Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations and a little Seneca, … Continue reading
The Norrington Room, Blackwell’s bookshop, Oxford. “The Norrington Room is one of the largest and most famous bookselling rooms in the world. Opened in 1966 and named after Sir Arthur Norrington, then President of Trinity College, the room extends beneath the … Continue reading
The Inky Fool, Mark Forsyth, uncovers a name for the affliction that I call my “must read shelf”. The Japanese call it tsundoku.
Great news from the house of Penguin, via Book Mania!, Pelican Books have returned after a three decade rest. A quick trawl across my bookshelves reveals slightly yellowing Pelicans on: Psychology IQ Astronomy Einstein’s Universe the Vikings Hypnosis Scottish History … Continue reading
… I may apply to be Minister of Libraries: More here, from Kurt at Cultural Offering.
07:15 – Queuing outside local Waterstones bookshop so that James could try and find one of the hidden, limited editions of Derek Landy’s new, and final, Skullduggery Pleasant novel The Dying of the Light. 08:15 – Second queuee arrives. 09:15 … Continue reading
Execupundit shares this fascinating reading list. Aside from military history (obviously), there are books on leadership, strategy and geopolitics that would we worth reading. Right now, I can confess to having read only one of the books (Rupert Smith’s The … Continue reading