As I ease back into neuroscience after being accepted into a PhD program, I'm going back and re-reading old textbooks, as well as picking up new ones. I'm refreshing my memory and also learning a ton of new things, including from the books below. In order from highest to lowest perceived difficulty, here are some … Continue reading So you want to be an armchair neuroscientist? 6 of the best Introductory Neuroscience books
These channels are done by those in the publishing industry, including authors and editors. They gift their wisdom and knowledge and I've found more than one video to be helpful in navigating the publishing world.
An absolute delight to read, it will make even the most lukewarm naturists fall in love with the beauty and intelligence of trees.
Baba Yaga had that distinct, gritty feel to her words, as you would expect, but with that wise grandmother feel I'd want her to embody. It was a perfect read, and a timely one, on being your own woman, Baba Yaga style.
Spring is in the air and summer is almost here. And that means, books, books, books!
Modern gothic to me aligns with dark academia, except its setting can go beyond those of an intellectual institution's. Even so, I tend to find modern gothic tales not quite as beguiling as those of the Brontes' or du Maurier.
hello hello!!! so last year I wrote a blog post where I compiled a bunch of 2021 translated fiction releases, and you guys seemed to really like it, so I thought I would do a 2022 releases edition! I’m always looking for new translated fiction, especially because it can so easily go under the radar, and also because translated fiction is just REALLY GREAT.
anyway, in this post I have about 36 translated fiction releases that are coming out this year — and they come from so many different countries. there’s translated fiction from Japan, China, Germany, France, Belarus, Cuba, Sweden, Italy, Denmark, Morocco, South Korea, India, Ukraine, Mexico, Egypt, Denmark, Oman, Lebanon, Austria, France, Iran, and Spain. so yeah, here’s the list, and I hope you find something here that catches your eye. 👀
PS: all release dates are North American, with a few exceptions, which I’ve noted…
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Since reading The Bear and the Nightingale some years ago, I've been hungry for Imperial Russia novels, especially solid, fantasy ones.
Upcoming books I've pre-ordered on Audible
It's growing colder. The fires are burning, the tea is brewing, and there's nothing quite like curling up with a book.