AI books? Yeah I still can’t get enough of them.
Tag: book recommendations
This is not the first book I have read about Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and he remains one of the most inspiring historical figures that I have ever read about.
I’m about two years late to the hype train, yeah, but at least I finished the book.
I discovered my worst fear when I was around 10 years old.
Mel Torrefranca is a 19-year-old author and entrepreneur who has published several YA novels and runs a YouTube channel with over 40K subscribers where she makes videos about her life and writing journey. She also has her own indie publishing house, Lost Island Press, which specializes in dark young adult fiction.
2001: A Space Odyssey is by far the most disturbing movie I have ever watched. So what about the book?
It’s 2022 and the human race hasn’t destroyed itself yet. Let’s take a moment to celebrate.
The timeless tale of a literal– and figurative– witch hunt.
I read this book because it was recommended on my favorite podcast, Darknet Diaries!
“We Should All Be Feminists” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is a great essay that explains feminism with the goal of removing the negative stereotypes surrounding it.
This was the second read of my banned books challenge last year.
Yes: George Orwell wrote more than just Animal Farm and 1984, in fact.
Why is speech now considered violence? Why have people started to introduce themselves with a laundry list of identity labels? Why is my generation faking mental disorders on TikTok for clout? Why are people so eager to cancel one another on Twitter? Why are we seeing insistences that math and science are racist?
My very first PKD. A rite of passage, perhaps? That was really… weird, but interesting.
In the past few years, it has become relatively common to see large and occasionally violent protests on college campuses when controversial, usually right-wing, speakers are invited.
What would you get if you fed an AI 10,000 words of antiracism books, “deconstructing whiteness” seminars and the script of that Karen movie trailer and then told it to write a YA thriller?
George Orwell manages to articulate why people using political buzzword salad is so annoying in one essay.
Well, if I thought February was bad… March was just another level. I’ve been in this weird sort of limbo for the past couple of weeks, but in any case this led to me reading a lot. And I consider that an absolute win.
Two years ago, the Internet changed forever.
This book was one of my most-anticipated releases from 2022, and it did not disappoint!