12 Thrilling Political Non-Fiction Books For You To Read

I admit, reading political theory books can get tiring sometimes but have you ever heard of Political Non-Fiction? This has to be one of my favourite genre’s of all time. This is because you as the reader get to read exciting stories written by great authors. These kind of stories are so interesting that youContinue reading “12 Thrilling Political Non-Fiction Books For You To Read”

10 Best Tech Books For You To Read

If you’re an ICT or computer science student at university like me (or perhaps even college or secondary school) then you will definitely need to read many books on the history and development of computers and the whole computer science industry. Technology is the most unique science in the sense that we’re always looking towardsContinue reading “10 Best Tech Books For You To Read”

12 Best Mystery Books For You To Read

Mystery books are the most interesting reads out there. There’s no feeling better than cuddling up in those dark winter nights to read a great mystery book. Mystery novels are a great escape from reality since they keep you on the edge of your seat for every page that you read. The first time thatContinue reading “12 Best Mystery Books For You To Read”

My 2021 Reading Challenge So Far

My 2021 Reading Challenge has been going surprisingly great so far. In previous years I haven’t ever really tried to do the yearly reading challenge. I first came across the challenge in the year 2020 when we were all in our first lockdown. At that time I made a GoodReads account and I began myContinue reading “My 2021 Reading Challenge So Far”

A New Series About Scholars & Academics From The Past

Why the change? Previously when I was writing on this blog page of mine, I as writing articles about interesting Islamic leaders from the past as well as their biographies. Some of them tended to be viewed as controversial people. The term controversial doesn’t have to have negative connotations surrounding it. It just meant thatContinue reading “A New Series About Scholars & Academics From The Past”

LibraryEx, A Website For Bookworms

As some of you who started following this website from the beginning (and I know who you are) you will all know that the focus of this website was everything related to knowledge. It was a blog page for book lovers and bookworms. Initially I gave tips about all the different reading styles as wellContinue reading “LibraryEx, A Website For Bookworms”

Why A Reading Schedule isn’t the way forward?

Some of you might remember one of my earlier blog posts where I wrote about the benefits of keeping a reading schedule and whilst the contents of that blog posts remain true, I chose to let go of my reading schedule for many reasons. This blog post will explain all the reasons why I feltContinue reading “Why A Reading Schedule isn’t the way forward?”

What is What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20 all about?

What is the book about? “Major life transitions such as leaving the protected environment of school or starting a new career can be daunting. It is scary to face a wall of choices, knowing that no one is going to tell us whether or not we are making the right decision. There is no clearlyContinue reading “What is What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20 all about?”

What is Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Book About?

What is the book about? “Harry Potter’s life is miserable. His parents are dead and he’s stuck with his heartless relatives, who force him to live in a tiny closet under the stairs. But his fortune changes when he receives a letter that tells him the truth about himself: he’s a wizard. A mysterious visitorContinue reading “What is Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Book About?”

What is The Art Of Reading?

For a long time now I have wanted to start the ‘How To Read’ series on my website. In fact, many blog posts ago (must have been 30 or so ago) I mentioned that I would begin this series but as time went on, I completely forgot about this project as I became completely absorbedContinue reading “What is The Art Of Reading?”