Dancing with Fire (John Amodeo) was recommended to me by the kind Eric Couillard. The core message of the book is that we should not confuse the buddhist idea of non-attachment with disconnecting ourselves from relationships and other people.Read more →
Management for Cannibals (Asher) came highly recommended by a trusted colleague. I was excited to read it and did so during a short flight from San Jose to Portland.
It was a quick read, and occasionally almost elicited a chuckle. However, on the whole the book feels very weak – there is just not that much actual content in it. I am giving it 2 out of 5 stars and do not recommend it.Read more →
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The first volume of the new Black Panther reboot is my first completed book of 2017.
I am not a huge fan of Marvel super-hero comics, but I’m always curious about comic books by interesting authors. A graphic novel by Ta-Nehisi Coates certainly qualifies as intriguing. I was not disappointed.Read more →
2016 was the first year that I took the Good Reads reading challenge.
I’m suspicious of New Year resolutions. They tend to be overly optimistic and, thus, unrealistic. And unrealistic resolutions lead to disappointment and self-blame.
At the same time, I’m a fan of goal-setting. So in early 2016 I thought, well, what if I take the challenge, but with a modest, easily-achievable goal? And so I signed up for the Good Reads challenge, with a goal of 25 books for the year.
Turns out that was a very modest goal, indeed.Read more →
Ana Ulin's blog
Sometimes I write things.
- Writing gremlins
- Book notes: Dancing with Fire
- Book notes: Management for Cannibals
- Book: Han Solo (Liu)
- Book notes: Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet, Book 1