after my birthday...
only then I realise what I wanted for my birthday: I want Murakami’s IQ84. Every morning when I walk to school/take the bus I pass by this massive billboard in Camden advertising the book. The problem is that I don’t think I’d be reading it, if I get the book, given the amount of work I have to do. (but during freshers I procastinated and finished The Help!) While storybooks are...
Murakami’s Tokyo →
During Sam Anderson’s trip to Japan for his interview with the novelist Haruki Murakami, he visited the places mentioned in Murakami’s fiction as well as sites significant to Murakami’s life and career.
today's requisite reading: the fierce imagination... →
top of the world
Right now, I’m supremely thankful for the friends I have gained over the course of my three weeks in London, from people to do things with, people to get advice from and people to basically enjoy my time in London with! I can’t imagine spending my birthday any better than with all of them. So grateful <3