Category: On Books

The Open Road Beckons

“The open road speaks for a perpetual becoming.” Pico Iyer   I’m continuing my tradition of reading well-known books years after they came to the attention of the rest of the world! But the gap is narrowing. Pico Iyer’s The Open Road was published six years ago, where […]

The Caged Bird Sings to Me

“A bird doesn’t sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song.”* While I was reading One Hundred Years of Solitude  (a book, you may remember, I decided to read after coming across  another blogger‘s  eulogy to Marquez) Maya Angelou died.  So, I thought, what […]