Books read in 2022

Reading is one of my biggest passions, as you by now surely know. With a book in my hands, I am able to learn, laugh, travel and cry. With a book in my hands I never feel alone. With a book in my hands I feel better as a person.

2022 was a good year in terms of my reading habits. I was able to read 57 books in the previous 12 months, which amounts to over one book per week.

The year started with a book on Portuguese unicorns (startups with a valuation of over 1 billion US dollars) and ended with Peter Brook’s “The Empty Space” (a reread on the subject of theatre).¬† Between these two, I read about many issues other, namely entrepreneurship, contemporary art, dance, zen wisdom, humor, silence, marketing, investing and saving. Those are among many topics within the non fiction section. I also read many novels that made me imagine other words and travel with my mind.

2023 will surely include many fascinating books, on varied topics, since I am a multi-interest person.

Image by Susan Q Yin. These are not my shelves, but may very well be one day.

By | 2023-01-11T10:41:20+01:00 January 11th, 2023|Books, Culture|0 Comments

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