Hi, guys, I am reinstating weekend reads from this month onwards. It’s a curation of interesting reads and stuff hence I am calling it Kurated by Kovfefed. I am going to post this series only on the last Saturday of the month for now.
Without further ado, enjoy!
There is a Silent Book Club one here in Victoria. I am so going to check it out.
Stuart Dunker reminds us that today’s bad day can be tomorrow’s nostalgia.
I have been waiting for Sakuna: of Rice and Ruin for months. It has been released early this month. Waiting for my fave gamers’ reviews before dropping $69 on it.
I have a thing for architecture and creepy abandoned architecture. Here is a half-decade abandoned hospital, Yang Ning, located in a small town in Nagano Prefecture, Japan.
The creepy Cecil Hotel.
Eating pickled fish and picking mushroom will make you happier.
I watched Unsolved Mysteries’ Tsunami Ghosts on Netflix. It brought me to tears. Highly recommend! It also reminded me of a beautiful post: Nine Years after Fukushima, penned by Rebecca Otowa. Other Netflix shows I watched and recommend this month: 1BR and The Call. Both are brilliantly acted horror-thriller.
“I am on a sacred fucking mission. I’m waiting for the goddess. I believe in ghosts. And I will defy the darkness and I will tell our story. — Adrian McKinty on Why He Writes.
The rich culture and cuisine of Indonesia, beyond Bali.
Tynan, one of the bloggers whose writing I read religiously, took his first international trip after 7 months.
Enjoy your weekend! 🧡