Posts Tagged “C. S. Lewis”

My 2013 Fiction To-Reads

by gribi on February 6, 2013

On the Fiction front, I’m more of a spur-of-the-moment reader. Even so, I do have some books planned:

2012 Reading Challenge

by gribi on December 26, 2012

My Goodreads Reading Challenge goal for 2012 was to read 60 books. I was often behind on my reading schedule and was not sure I’ll complete it. I did, for two reasons:  reading on Kindle and reading non-fiction. Here we (…)

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A Science Fiction Bookshop

by gribi on November 14, 2012

Did you think we only went into one bookshop while in Stockholm? Well, you’re mistaken. There was another bookshop in Gamla Stan (The Old Town) we HAD to check out: The Science Fiction Bookshop.

4 Books I Borrowed From the Library

by gribi on October 24, 2012

I am very fond of my Kindle. But every now and then I crave a regular, “real” book. I miss holding paper in my hand, I miss hearing the pages as I turn them, I miss using one of my (…)

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My 15 Favourite C. S. Lewis Quotes

by gribi on June 6, 2012

I never exactly made a book. It’s rather like taking dictation. I was given things to say. C. S. Lewis If I’d ever have to pick one author, and read his books only for the rest of my life – (…)

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My 2012 To-read List

by gribi on January 25, 2012

I like books, I like lists, I like planning. My fondness of these account for today’s post. For this year, I’ve come up with a narrowed down – key word being “narrowed” -  list of the books I’d like to read. (…)

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Latest Book Purchases

by gribi on December 7, 2011

I’d like to brag about the books I recently bought. I don’t do this often, but can’t promise I won’t do it again. You see, I bought 7 books in English for only about $10, at the Christmas Charity Bazaar, (…)

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Doubting Your Doubts

by gribi on November 9, 2011

Some say Tim Keller is the C. S. Lewis of the 21st Century. The C. S. Lewis fan that I am frowns sceptically at remarks like this. Yet, it is intriguing. I’ve read Timothy Keller’s The Reason for God: Belief (…)

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