Born a Crime by Trevor Noah

At first I was hesitant to read Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood because it did not sound like a book I’d want to read in 2020. As someone who doesn’t watch tv (to clarify, I watch tv shows online; I don’t watch tv-tv), I had no idea whom Trevor Noah was,Continue reading “Born a Crime by Trevor Noah”

The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss

The Wise Man’s Fear is the second book of the Kingkiller Chronicles, a trilogy that is probably never going to see its final book published. I don’t understand the hype. It took me three months to finish The Wise Man’s Fear, and towards the end, I was only reading for the accomplishment of having finishedContinue reading “The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss”

Crossing the Chasm by Geoffrey Moore

Crossing the Chasm resonated with me as I work at a tech startup. Although I am not in a marketing role, the book gave me an appreciation for things I’d always taken for granted, such as the whole product, since, as an early majority consumer (yup, let’s be real—I’m not an early adopter), I’d neverContinue reading “Crossing the Chasm by Geoffrey Moore”