The end of the day for an introverted librarian…
Pages: 333 pages
Published: January 24, 2012
Publisher: Crown Publishing Group
Genre: Nonfiction, Self-Help Continue reading “Book Review: Quiet: The Power of the Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain”
The fire, crackling and popping
Amber colors, dancing through the night
The room is filled with warmth and light
The calmness of it all
Gets me through the dark
My recent trip through the English countryside was my fifth time visiting the country. I didn’t plan to visit the UK this many times. It was just a stroke of luck and an opportunity that I couldn’t pass up.
Some may think it is unusual to visit one place so many times. You may say that I am limiting my outlook and not expanding my horizons by visiting other places.
I disagree. Continue reading “Fortress of Solitude”
As an introvert, I know sometimes I feel like I am the only one in the world who likes to spend time alone or who is just naturally observant about the world around them. Well, we are not alone. Introverts are more prominent more than ever. In fact, they are even depicted in one of our favorite pastimes. So here are some great characters who I believe any introverted reader will feel connected to: Continue reading “Ten Introverts in Literature”