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Un bouquin qui remet les pendules à l’heure, permet un regard en arrière sur les dégâts générationels engendrés par le dogme de l’église catholique. Les névroses de nos grand-mères n’arrivent peut-être pas à la cheville de celles de Mme Winterson, n’empêche que notre histoire, celle nos ancêtres, est parfois bien sombre et laisse une trainée macabre derrière nous. À lire.
Une lecture rapide du mois d’août. Est-ce par intuition que j’ai eu envie de lire ce livre, en tout cas, il est arrivé pile dans ma vie. Un mois avant le décès de papa. Cet ouvrage, c’est en fait un mémoire déguisé : l’auteur s’est caché derrière le vouvoiement du narrateur, mais on le pardonne… Continue reading Réussir son Hypermodernité
Vita & Virginia, Simone & Nelson. Chassé croisé de bouquins choisis au hasard. #jelistoujours5livresenmemetemps
Routes et déroutes, vagabondage et aventures sineueuses, on a le goût de suivre l’auteur partout!
This, friends, is a precious tool/companion. An inspiring piece i return to and re-read once a year, or when i feel in need of strength. Natalie Goldberg, Writing down the bones.
The alpine review, beside a good’old Shirley Maclaine biography. Fall days are good!
Introspective, lively, filled with Linda Bary’s creatures, questions, interrogations, tips and tricks and memories, as if we were sharing her universe for a short while.
Il y a tellement d’intensité et d’intention dans ce livre, et son titre est juste: Danielle Laporte met le feu. Il est rare qu’un livre déclenche en moi l’envie d’arrêter ma lecture et de bondir de ma chaise pour passer à l’action. The Artist Way l’a fait dans le passé, et je crois que les… Continue reading Fire Starter
Je lis, je dévore, j’aime ce livre. Publié en 1965, il a un rythme soutenu mais lent, on se laisse bercer par cette vie qui défile entre les pages. STONER, par John Williams.
Elles ont conquis le monde – Les grandes aventurièes 1850-1950. Parmis mes lectures… à défaut d’être içi et non pas à cheval dans la brousse…
Newly found friendship with Keri’s latest jem, How to be an explorer of the world, Portable life museum. I love how the book’s different tasks, not to say missions, are taking me far away from my straight, linear thinking, bringing me exactly where i most need to be, all senses ON, absolutely-and-totally-in-the-moment, ready to embrace… Continue reading How to be an explorer of the world
Christine‘s book was waiting for me at the post office today, an unexpected surprise since i had no hope to receive the book before some more weeks – damn the slow US-Canada post service – but there it was, handled to me as saying C’mon, take me home! Well, the book is a beautiful piece… Continue reading Ordinary sparkling moments
I don’t know why, but I picked up that book during our last trip to NYC… I did not know the author nor the title. But it turned out to be an excellent book and I immediately ordered more books from the french writer Michel Houellebecq. I especially loved the mixture of philosophy, futurism and… Continue reading The Possibility of an Island
In my spring reading list i talked about the book The boss of you. I have just found out that the authors have a blog to support the book, with resources for women trying to find their own way in creating a business, in the traditional business world which is often gray and dull. I… Continue reading Being as you are, in the business world
Spring coming, best time for new beginnings, time to put in action resolutions which you forgot about on the second day of the year! On the list of things which i am looking forward to is first to finish to read a pile of books, so i can order new ones (!). I’m looking forward… Continue reading Spring reading list
Problems Men Started – This is a note to myself to check out the book, with such a title I’m eager to get to know its content… blink!
The Austrian philosopher and writer Rudolf Steiner (born 1861) was one of the most original thinkers of the twentieth century. His writings cover a wide range of subjects, and he made valuable and influential contributions in many fields, including education, science, medicine, and social reform. The foundation of his researches was the “science of the… Continue reading Rudolf Steiner
Best companion during the last days – i’ve been so ill, spending days in bed. May Sarton’s journals are one of my best discovery of the last year, and i’m sure they’ll be of good company in the following years. Many quotes could be taken out of this book, here is one which made me… Continue reading The house by the sea, and a thought for the future of feminism
I met May Sarton through her last book, a diary from her 82nd year. I discovered that she let behind about 10 other diaries, and the book from which i heard most often of her, Journal of a Solitude. I love diaries, i feel so lucky to be able to get into someone else’s life,… Continue reading At Eighty-two, May Sarton
I’ve been doing yoga since 2001. At that time i was living in hamburg, germany, and went to a session of Kundalini Yoga suggested to me by a friend. Since then, doing yoga has been the best way i found to calm down, and most of all, to get back to what i could call… Continue reading Exploring
It is a new experience for me to get one of my favorite author’s book just when it’s hitting the stands, while at the same time i can read on the author’s blog all the excitement she felt from having her work out. I did not know what to expect from Wreck this journal, until… Continue reading Wreck this journal
Why do some ideas thrive while others die? And how do we improve the chances of worthy ideas? Highly creative types for sure have many ideas a day. Which ones are good, which ones will you decide to focus your energy on, which ones will you bring up to this world? This is basically up… Continue reading Made to Stick
When I was living in Germany, I had a subscription for the fabulous german magazine Brand Eins. By reading the magazine for 2 years, it changed my mind not only once. I learned so much from the well-written and critical articles about economy, society and psychology. It was one of my most important sources of… Continue reading Success
The audio version of the book Free Culture is available, for free, on the in-der-net. Get it here, stream or download. Via Nicolas.
I stood up in my first grade class and said, “Do these chairs have to be in row? Can we put them in a circle, or sit on the floor?” The answer was no, and i began to hide my creative thinking. I also began to invent illnesses so i could stay home from school… Continue reading Stop everything now
If you are a creative, stuck into the corporate world, this book my help you finding your way to happiness without having to leave your job. Pour tout les multis de la terre qui me lisent et qui sont pris dans un moule appelé le 9 à 5, dans une boite invisible mais bien réelle,… Continue reading Orbiting the giant hairball
or i’m just not into it. This book – He’s just not that into you – a q’s and a’s book dedicated to woman, offering them advices about dating issues – seems to be everywhere i go, excerpts are on every websites, even my friends bring it up to me. all i can say is… Continue reading He’s just not that into you
I have been living in montreal for 4 years before i left for germany. These 4 years, i haven’t been faced with the anglo part of the city, and i never got really interested in knowing about these people who spoke english. I was living in the ‘french’ part of the city, going to a… Continue reading English vs French: Why i prefer english newspapers
I just went out for breakfast with a bunch of books to read, one of them being “Never Threaten to Eat Your Co-Workers, best of blogs“. The book is laying my bedside table since a week now. Everytime i see the cover i keep asking myself why the hell is it called that way? The… Continue reading JOB TIP #515: NEVER THREATEN TO EAT YOUR CO-WORKERS
I have received today a bunch of books i’ve ordered lately. The second book by Lynne Franks, Grow, has finally arrived. The book looks gorgeous, as the previous one, The Seed Handbook. The dimensions are the same, and it is illustrated by the same previous illustrator. I went trough the Seed Handbook many times, since… Continue reading Grow
Geeeezzzz, i just bought a nice copy of The Faber Companion to 20th-century Popular Music at the chapters indigo store on st-catherine street. C’est dan qui va être jaloux…
By Biz Stone I found this book quite interesting and as an avid blogger, I thought I knew everything about weblogs, but I still had a lot to learn about the blogging revolution. When i first saw that half of the book was for beginners, i thought that this book might not be the best… Continue reading Blogging-Genius Strategies for Instant Web Content