I’m going to kick off this series with three books I enjoyed quite a bit in a span of a few months. I’d say that these three were some of the most informative hobby-reads I’ve ever indulged in. The books are similar in more ways than one yet they can’t be more different when it comes to the authors and their backgrounds.
I don't know if it's because of my education background or the fact that I've had my nose in books since the late eighties (my mother likes to recollect the memory of me loving my books so much I'd chew them as a baby) that I am frequently asked about what I'm reading or if I'd recommend a book for the next holiday or a presentation in an English class.
So after my website went under a small transformation, a facelift as the fellas in the automotive industry call it, I’ve been a little more motivated to blog. Also the fact that 2017 is filled with trips give me that extra push.
There are numerous people who, at some point in their life, have fantasised about living in New York, and I was one of them. Until I visited Empire City for the second time in one year.