Resurrection, by Leo Tolstoy

I just finished this one, my first Tolstoy, chosen because it's the shortest novel he wrote. The story is about a nobleman in 1880, Nekhlyudov, who finds himself on a jury. One of the accused is a woman he knew in is past, and who he wronged when he was young. While watching the trial he …

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Conspiracies… :o

I've started reading Foucault's Pendulum, which appears to be about a group of editors who create a conspiracy for fun, but then end up believing in it themselves. I'm just at the beginning of it, but already the type of mind to create and believe in complicated conspiracies is captured very well in the narrator. …

Kindle catalogue, free!

Today and tomorrow only (saturday and sunday) my entire library on amazon is free for download! Read, rate, and review! Even if it's just a one sentence review, each one is a great help, so please check out the link below and read my things 🙂 https://www.amazon.com/Jonas-David/e/B00NT96D0A   Thank you!

Remembering old inspiration

Reading through these stories I wrote years ago, I remember the ideas I had, the inspirations that drove me, and the satisfaction of completing the work. Even just remembering it is some motivation to do it again! No one really likes writing. Having written, though, is where it's at. So keep plowing forward, once you …

In the Water: old stories by me

It's been a long time since I wrote this. I feel like it has been ages and like I haven't been doing much since, even though I know I have. Time is weird like that. Well, it's free again, so I hope some new people will read it, and possibly even comment what you think …

Free this weekend only, my novella!

It's free again starting now! Just the weekend, if you haven't read it grab it now. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01C4V1V9G Please remember to leave a review! 🙂    

Death’s End, by Cixin Liu: Mindblowing scope

The final book in the Three Body Trilogy, Death's End (Remembrance of Earth's Past) does not disappoint. Once again my mind is reeling from the barrage of amazing ideas and concepts that blasted me one after the other after the other as I listened to this book. I don't even know where to begin. If you've …