Category Archives: Books

Open: Life Lessons from Andre Agassi

Open by Andre Agassi

  I’ve only recently read Andre Agassi’s autobiography, Open. Nine years after its publishing. I don’t know why it’s taken me so long. But I do know that this is one of those books that is relevant regardless of times … Read More

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The Book That Has Changed My Lifestyle

Why We Sleep by Matthew Walker

An eye-opening, vital, alarming, passionate, compelling and utterly convincing book that has taught me to love sleeping again. I used to have a good night’s sleep. It was a long time ago. I’ve always been an early bird and have … Read More

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Autumn Reading List

autumn reading list - Classiq Journal

  It starts to look like autumn and I love soaking up each ray of sunlight left, enjoy the leaves’ changing colour, take one last chance to appreciate nature properly until the cold settles in, and finally be able to … Read More

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Editorial: The Children Are Alright

Editorial- Fantastic Mr. Fox - Classiq Journal

  The Editorial: thoughts, short stories or essays about the world of cinema   Talking about the book Fantastic Mr. Fox, on which he based his film by the same name, Wes Anderson said in the book-length interviews with Matt … Read More

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Words of Sound

Three musical biographies to read in late summer - Classiq Journal

This late summer has been all about musical biographies and autobiographies.     I wanted to read Tony Visconti’s Bowie, Bolan and the Brooklyn Boy (forward by Morrissey) mainly because I was interested in David Bowie. Visconti was Bowie’s producer … Read More

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