About

This is not a book blog.

Well, at least that’s not what it was originally supposed to be.  Which would explain why the title and tagline of the blog doesn’t go with anything else.

As the title of the blog implies, I am an anthropologist (academically) who, ironically, isn’t too crazy about people.  Yes, it’s possible.

I have had this blog for a long time, which I have moved from other blog hosting sites – friendster, blogger, and now wordpress.  Despite what it looks like now, I originally intended this blog to be for my rants and raves – mostly rants, about everything, from books, to movies, to places, events, and most especially, people (and the things they do to annoy me).  Those are the things I enjoy most in life (except people).

On occasion, I would post about movies, events, and books that made an impact on me; thoughts and ideas.  Then I noticed that majority of my posts were about books.  And so, because reading seems to be the only thing I care enough to write about, the site evolved into a book blog.

But that doesn’t mean I won’t be posting rants and raves about other things.

So, thanks for stopping by, look around, read what interests you, and comment as it pleases you.

Enjoy.

39 thoughts on “About

  1. I love LOVE your blog. Especially the tag line. Alas, for Harry, it’s mischief managed. Sigh. Sooo glad I discovered it. Also, thank you for the comment. That’s how I found you. Word Hits

    • Thanks for commenting as well 🙂 Yes, sadly, it is mischief managed for HP…maybe I should change the tagline now…lol. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you find something worth your time and effort…believe me there probably won’t be much hahaha. I like your blog as well…I’m looking forward to reading more on there 🙂

    • Thanks! I like blog too so I subscribed to it when I was there yesterday. We have a lot in common when it comes to books, movies and series…Big Bang Theory!! yay! Looking forward to reading more from you guys.

    • Thanks so much! I really don’t know what to say! lol. I’m really surprised because it’s like I write things without really thinking if people read them or like them or appreciate them and most of the time I feel like I’m boring people with the stuff I rant about. What a pleasant surprise. It really made my day! 🙂

    • Thanks! Hmmm…You know, I think someone already nominated me for this a few months ago and I said I would accept…and did, actually, but I forgot all about posting the stuff for it. So now I’m confused – if I got two nominations do I acknowledge the first nomination or yours or can I do both?

  2. Hi, I am kind of like you, maybe. I wanted to write about a variety of topics but ended up mostly writing about anime almost exclusively. I think something beyond conscious will controls what we write about, or something! However, thanks for the like and I hope to read your posts.

  3. We are quite the same here 🙂
    I too blog about many things…I could never belong in only book blogger or movie blogger or any specific blogger.

    Nice to meet you 🙂

  4. Thanks for stoppin by my blog and recommended those other Gaiman’s books. Your blog is very interesting: I’m your new follower and will be looking forward to those reviews, whatever they are 🙂

  5. Hello and Happy Chinese New Year!!!

    Hope you have a wonderful year of the HORSE. (I’m actually extra excited about this b/c hoping it will bode well for the Denver Broncos football team in Sunday’s Super Bowl.)

    Sarah @WordHits

  6. Just stumbled across your blog, added to a growing list of blogs that make me feel inadequate for not reading more books. Now I know where bookish folk have disappeared to with the decline of eclectic little bookshops (at least in my corner of the universe). I have a degree in anthropology but focused on our nonhuman cousins, followed by a degree in philosophy which was marred by the eternal smugness of a 20 something who had no BIG questions. That was a long time ago. Now I have a fledgling blog which has been highjacked by some recent madness (my own I’m afraid) but I suspect more than a few bookish reflections will emerge.
    Like your eclectic tone. Good to know these blog things can evolve.

    • Thanks…I hope I can provide you with some entertainment through my ramblings.

      I took up Physical Anthropology but was more interested in the osteology / forensic part. I realized that people are more interesting when they’re dead….in the scientific sense, not in the I’m-a-psychopath sense. You know what I mean….

  7. I just discover your blog by chance, actually, by google search. I am interested in your post about books, will take my time to read then. thanks

  8. Hm, I made a plan that I want to read Southeast Asian author’s books, could you recommend some from your country? best seller/popular/touch stories. I would be grateful for your suggest. Thanks

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