Anything & everything at all by Agatha Christie! She was my
childhood hero, haha.
Anything at all by Jo Nesbø!
The Millennium Series [Stieg Larsson]
The Call of Cthulu [H.P. Lovecraft]
Memnoch The Devil [Anne Rice]
Violin [Anne Rice]
I rarely read fictions anymore, to be honest.
Memoirs & Biography:
Prozac Nation [Elizabeth Wurtzel]
The Freedom Writers Diary [Erin Gruwell]
Frida Kahlo: I Paint My Reality [Christina Burrus]
Anything & everything done by Edgar Allan Poe!
Love Is A Stranger: Selected Lyric Poetry of Jelaluddin Rumi
[edited by Kabir Edmund Helminski]
The Love Poems of Rumi [edited by Deepak Chopra]
Selected Poetry of John Donne [edited by John Carey]
Art, Design, Culture & Activism:
Bitches, Bimbos and Ballbreakers [The Guerrilla Girls]
Seven Dada Manifestos and Lampisteries [Tristan Tzara]
Looking At Dada [Sarah Ganz Blythe]
Feminism - Art Theory: An Anthology 1968-2000 [Hilary
Designing For Social Change [Andrew Shea]
Photography As Activism [Michelle Bogre]
Gender And Popular Culture [Katie Milestone & Anneke
Design As Art [Bruno Munari]
Religion, Psychology & Philosophy:
The Psychology of Serial Killer Investigations [Robert D.
Dreams [Carl Gustav Jung]
Sufism [William C. Chittick]
Islamic Philosophy, Theology, and Mysticism [Majid Fakhry]
I Hate You, Don't Leave Me [Jerold J. Kreisman & Hal
I'm Not Crazy, I'm Just Not You [Roger R. Pearman & Sarah C.
Six Thinking Hats [Edward de Bono]
Being And Nothingness [Jean-Paul Sartre]
Critique of Dialectic Reason [Jean-Paul Sartre]
The Second Sex [Simone de Beauvoir]
Critique of Pure Reason [Immanuel Kant]
Critique of Practical Reason [Immanuel Kant]
Critique of Judgment [Immanuel Kant]
The Gay Science [Friedrich Nietzsche]
The Birth of Tragedy [Friedrich Nietzsche]
Yes, I read a lot.
I'm a massive movie buff! I've seen and enjoyed
movies from the 1920's, all the way to present day in any language.
From Hollywood to Bollywood; from local productions to foreign
ones, from fiction to documentary to animated. My favourite genre
would be horror and thriller but like I said, I love movies too
much to even care about genres.
Some of my favourites are Nosferatu: eine Symphonie des
Grauens, Gladiator, The Exorcist, Män Som Hatar Kvinnor, El
Laberinto del Fauno, Edward Scissorhands (and most of Tim Burton's
works), Lagaan, Until The Light Takes Us, Bhutto, Carrie, Halloween
(and most of John Carpenter's works), Predator, Hot Fuzz, Ghajini,
Dek Hor, The Departed, A Beautiful Mind, Blood Diamond, Ringu, A
Clockwork Orange, Stand By Me, Terminator, Donnie Darko, Jacob's
Ladder, Shutter (original Thai film), I Love You Phillip Morris,
The Number 23 (and everything else that has Jim Carrey in it), Girl
Interrupted, The Human Centipede, I Am Sam, Transporter, I Spit On
Your Grave, A League of their Own, Mørke, Andreaskorset, Thor,
Sumpah Pontianak, Sundel Bolong, Romper Stomper, Saw, Schindler's
just to name a few. +1 if you also love movies.
+10 if you love horror/psychothrillers, especially.
Whilst I love books, I love and watch films more.
Shows: Criminal Minds
, Law & Order:
Special Victims Unit, Guys With Kids, How I Met Your Mother,
MasterChef Australia and of course, most of Liverpool and Bayern
München football matches.
Bauhaus, Peter Murphy, The Sisters of Mercy, Depeche
Mode, Joy Division, Hole, The Cure, In Flames, Satyricon,
Ensiferum, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Garbage, Maroon 5, Muse, The
Smiths, Bob Marley, The Specials, Primordial, Billy Idol, Patti
Smith, Myrkgrav, Specimen, Isengard, Storm, Darkthrone, Madness,
P!nk, Florence + the Machine, Fleetwood Mac, Deadmau5, Dark
Tranquillity, Agalloch, Carach Angren, The Bodysnatchers,
Battlelore, Amon Amarth, Amy Winehouse, Poison The Well, Iron
Maiden, Pet Shop Boys, The Misfits, Hopeton Lewis, Grendel, The
Cranberries. Basically, an eclectic mix of everything.
I'm a pretty adventurous eater.