How to find good books to read next

If you are a book lover, you would like this article. I am going to tell you how I find books that go into my to read list. Since our time on earth is limited, and there are so many books to choose from, we would be wise to pick the better quality books to … Continue reading How to find good books to read next

Book review: Thunderhead by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

The novel is an archaeological and witchcraft thriller. The novel protagonist, Nora Kelly, an assistant professor at Santa Fe Archaeological Institute receives a letter from her father whom dissapeared sixteen years ago from an archaeological trip. The letter prompts Nora to go on a journey to discover what had happened to her father and an … Continue reading Book review: Thunderhead by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

Book review: Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future

This is a book by Ashlee Vance, a famed tech writer. Initially I thought the writer is a female! Elon likes to think from the first principle. The whole space rocket can be boiled down to the physics. Instead of improving the existing rockets, his company built everything from scratch, minimizing cost of each component, … Continue reading Book review: Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future

Book review: Cosmic Connection: An Extraterrestrial Perspective by Carl Sagan

I knew about the book from the documentary Cosmos: A Space Odyssey (2014) hosted by Neil Degrasse Tyson. It was a book given by Carl (the author) to Neil during their meeting as a teenager. The book talks about the gold plaque aboard the spacecraft Pioneer 10, which was designed by Carl Sagan and his … Continue reading Book review: Cosmic Connection: An Extraterrestrial Perspective by Carl Sagan

Book review: The Palestine-Israel Conflict: A Basic Introduction by Gregory Harms, Todd M. Ferry

This is the first book I read on the Palestine-Israel issue. At least I get the gist of the issue now amid the emotions, hatred, violence, and news media. Its a complicated and interesting issue indeed. Contrary to some views, the issue does not go back very far, only 100 years, not thousands of years, … Continue reading Book review: The Palestine-Israel Conflict: A Basic Introduction by Gregory Harms, Todd M. Ferry

Big Bad Wolf box sale #2

Today, at 4.30p.m., my mum drove me to The Mines to buy books again from the Big Bad Wolf book sale. We first ate at Sushi king in The Mines. Then, we walked to Mines 2 which is nearby where Big Bad Wolf book sale is held. There are other book sale besides the Big … Continue reading Big Bad Wolf box sale #2

Big Bad Wolf box sale

Today, at 8a.m., I went to see Dr. Vincent at Brain Mind Specialist Clinic. I waited for my turn then the pharmacist called me to enter. I told Dr. Vincent that I do not want to pursue Pharmacy and instead I want to work as a web programmer while studying part time degree at Utar. … Continue reading Big Bad Wolf box sale

Big Bad Wolf, Hoodie, and Haircut

Today, I planned to buy a hoodie because my co-workers wear them. I went to The Mines, because Big Bad Wolf is having a fire sale there. My mum and me went there around 3pm, we went straight to Big Bad Wolf sale at MIECC. This is different from Big Bad Wolf annual sale where … Continue reading Big Bad Wolf, Hoodie, and Haircut