Bugs, in some form or another creep people out. Some people are creeped out by spiders, some by centipedes. Anyone who says the idea of having these tiny, naked to eye bugs that live off your dead skin cells in your bed doesn't not creep them out is lying to not only you, but themselves. … Continue reading Bedbugs
October was a really good reading month for me. I read four books and actually enjoyed all of them. At the beginning of the month I finished a book I started in September, The Roanoke Girls. A story about a family who's daughters all end up running away or killing themselves. I am glad I … Continue reading What I Read in October
This is mostly a book about slowing down and being present. To be steady while the world spins around you. To act without frenzy. To hear only what needs to be heard. To possess quietude—exterior and interior—on command. To tap into the dao and the logos. The Word. The Way. Buddhism. Stoicism. Epicureanism. Christianity. Hinduism. … Continue reading Stillness Is the Key
Israel Keyes, the most famous serial killer you never heard of. American Predator is a work of non-fiction about a serial killer who went undetected for over a decade and was captured in 2012. Keyes admitted to crimes going back as early as to 1996. The Goodreads synopsis:“described by a prosecutor as "a force of … Continue reading American Predator
What I'm reading. What I recently finished. What I'm thinking about reading next.