Family Holiday – My Thoughts After Travelling Through Europe in 2019.

It was incredibly fun to finally be on a proper family holiday after all of these years with hardship & illness! Initially I was thinking that the trip would provide me with plenty of material for my blog, but the truth is that I was hardly on my phone. 🙂 It was yet another reminderContinue reading “Family Holiday – My Thoughts After Travelling Through Europe in 2019.”

“The Strange Death Of Europe” by Douglas Murray.

How can one best describe this apocalyptic book? I’ve written two extensive reviews of it and will eventually release them when I publish my last blog book. To keep it short: this is the only book that you’ll ever need to read about Europe’s current battle with mass migration. What’s surprising about it is thatContinue reading ““The Strange Death Of Europe” by Douglas Murray.”

“Perfectly Human” by Sarah C. Williams.

I will from now on post photos of the books that I’ve read and paste in a link to my Amazon storefront where you can easily purchase your own copy and make up your own mind regarding the content. I will still write book reviews, but I’ll publish all of them when I release myContinue reading ““Perfectly Human” by Sarah C. Williams.”

Here It Is! Get Your Signed Copy Now!

The other day I received my first printed copy of my blog book “Thoughts” 😀 I have a few signed physical copies available! They are expensive to print and send so please contact me via my website if you are interested in a physical copy. You can get the ebook version of “Thoughts” right here: MyContinue reading “Here It Is! Get Your Signed Copy Now!”

“The Power Of Habit” by Charles Duhigg

I found this book to be very interesting and would recommend it to anyone who is looking to optimise their performance whether personal or professional. On page 19 there is a funny illustration of how a “habit loop” works. For those like myself who are naturally disciplined you’ll probably recognise the act of delayed “rewarding”Continue reading ““The Power Of Habit” by Charles Duhigg”

“The Idiot Brain” by Dean Burnett.

This is a great read that I highly recommend! The author does not “talk down” to his audience and deliver one page after the other with high-information content. There is also an intellectual honesty present which is refreshing in this day and age of “political correctness hysteria”. My favourite passages were the following: On pageContinue reading ““The Idiot Brain” by Dean Burnett.”

Which Nations Are Searching For God?

Yesterday I decided to do something that I’ve never really done before: use Google Trends. What I found out was interesting: Muslim women appear to be very interested in skin-care, Africans gravitate towards self-help, people who live in Wales are more concerned about terrorism and acid attacks in London than Englishmen are, and Asians care moreContinue reading “Which Nations Are Searching For God?”

“Last Seen Wearing” by Colin Dexter

Since it is taking me forever to finish my blog books I decided that I could might as well get back to releasing content on this blog. Hopefully I’ll release my books this year, that is the plan anyway… If you want to purchase the books that I’m reading and reviewing then you can simplyContinue reading ““Last Seen Wearing” by Colin Dexter”

“Thought Crime”

My 2nd blog book is in the works! It is taking me quite a while to put everything together, but it will be released soon.

“Seeing What Others Don’t – The Remarkable Ways We Gain Insights” by Gary Klein

“When people contradict the prevailing wisdom, even professional prominence won’t protect them.” (p. 71). “Seeing What Others Don’t –  The Remarkable Ways We Gain Insights” by Gary Klein ventures where no other insight book has ventured before (according to the author) by displaying all of the various lightbulb moments that can lead to a paradigmContinue reading ““Seeing What Others Don’t – The Remarkable Ways We Gain Insights” by Gary Klein”