Here is my top 10 non fiction books from 2019 in history, space, science and technology, microbiology, law, women’s studies, and biographies.
These were my favorite reads from 2018 out of the 95 books I read this year.
Book Review: In 1624, a boy is born in Japan at the same time as the Dutch were creating a trade settlement in Taiwan. The boy will become Koxinga, Lord of Formosa.
Formosa Moon is an enchanting wander through Taiwan, written as a love story between Taiwan expert and Lonely Planet author, Joshua Samuel Brown; and his partner Stephanie Huffman, a newcomer to Taiwan and to Asia.
2017 was a literary journey. My reading challenge reached new heights with many new releases, and thus my favorite books in 2017 list is my best yet!
I’ve waited to compile my favorite books from 2016 through GoodReads since Jan 1st. Here is my first blog post for 2017. It’s about my favorite things in the world: BOOKS!
BOOK REVIEW of Kristin Addis’s how-to travel guide for women – Conquering Mountains: How To Solo Travel The World Fearlessly
My GoodReads Book Challenge 2014 – I chose to read 35 books in 2014, but at least 10 of the books I chose had to be a five-star book.
The Taiwan Book Festival is on April 23-24 at Huashan Culture Park from 1pm-6pm. I am giving a presentation on How to Setup a Successful Blog/Website and Monetize It at 1pm on Saturday at Table C.
For travelers who are interested in delving beneath the surface of Taiwan’s main sightseeing attractions and flashy neon facade, British author Steven Crook demonstrates that there is more to Taiwan than meets the eye.