Hey guys, just thought I could share some of my personal favorite books and movies.
I have lots of free time and the artblock is killing me and I just needed some inspiration.
So I guess reading books and watching movies can be a great solution and I'll be delightful to share this list with you guys!
by Frauke Scheunemann (Goodreads)
This book! Oh, I'm such a sucker for good dog story. And this is too good!
It has a very "who-would-have-known" storyline and got me at each chapter.
The human love story? Ah, sometimes that got me wondered why are we so picky too.
It was hard to put this book down, literally!
The Sexual Spectrum
by Olive Skene Johnson (Goodreads)
It started out when my friend was shouting something to me in the bookstore.
Out of all places, a bookstore with that volume?! Just to get my attention?!
You know, like being straight, maybe there's a lot of stuffs you don't know about your own orientation.
I'm gay and this book is a bucking discovery book for me. I meant it!
After reading this, it's funny hearing myself saying: I'm ashamed of being gay.
Can get a little boring over the empirical data, but they're informative.
Nevertheless, it's great book to know about myself. Can't be more grateful.
A Dog's Purpose
by W. Bruce Cameron (Goodreads)
The only book (for now) that made me cry waterfall.
The storyline towards the end is just not at all what I expected, and I just don't even know why I cried!
It's a really powerful book about a dog's purpose, how this amazing life touched many other lives.
That made me contemplate, what is our purpose here?
This book might motivate you to be more purposeful in life.
There's a second book for this, and I can't wait to read it! I'll tell you when I do.
Favorite Movies / TV Series
Six Feet Under
TV Series (IMDb)
After watching Will and Grace, I wanted to try another TV Series that does not revolve around heterosexual characters only.
So I found Six Feet Under just to be that kind of thing!
With minimal nudity and terrific setting, I can't say I don't love a thing about this movie.
What's interesting is it felt so lively despite the theme of death, I guess it's the contrast that advocates this.
I'm still on Season Two, and so far, it's brilliant.
It's a "Free Therapy" for people who are lost, rejected or just depressed. Just bittersweet, comical.
TV Series (IMDb)
Sorry for all the LGBT recommendation, but this stuff is G-O-O-D!
Made me laugh and blush from embarrassment, this is a masterpiece!
Living in a society full of prejudice for the homosexual, I often wondered how love life for the gays is.
I understand it sounds silly, but I just have no idea how it is.
And this movie shows not only homosexuality, but reminds us of our diversity apart from our sexual orientation.
It's bittersweet in a way, but certainly justified things at the end. I need a ticket to this fictional town. Please!