A world created by J. R. R. Tolkien, this mainly English speaking world made me fall in love in fiction and adventure; it has many books that happen in this world where trees can talk, Rings drive people crazy, and hobbit that has never left his village … Continue reading Middle Earth
Here are some GREAT reasons why people read: To expand our knowledge To explore the world that we live in To grow our imagination To have fun To take a break from the real world Those are some obvious ones, of course there are many others. But the special thing about it is that each … Continue reading Why Read?
I am currently reading the series of “A Song of Ice and Fire” and for someone who has a job, is on a swim team, goes to other activities over the weekends… I promise you that I will most probably finish the series when I graduate from high school, or maybe later. I think the best way … Continue reading When to read?
If you have read my previous blogs youll notice that I usually prefer watching the movies before reading the book, but what if the book doesn`t have a movie, how would you know that you like the book? trust me it is terrible to start a book and realize that this book is just not … Continue reading How to Pick a Book?
The Hobbit by J.R.R Tolkien is the a book that I have read for couple of times, and that`s because every time I read I find new details that maybe the time I read it before I didn`t pay attention to it. My point is when your reading your book for the first time you … Continue reading More Than Once!
Many books have movies now, and most probably in the movie, not all the details of the story in the book will be the same. Most book readers have recommended me to read the books before I watch it. In my case, I watch the movies before reading the books, so this decision depends on the … Continue reading First Watch or Read?
People in these days read the book and understand what the author wants them to understand they go to the details and try to analyze every small detail. There is nothing wrong with that, but there is more we can do to a book we read; sometimes we need to understand the book the way … Continue reading Welcome.