About

miguel doHello! The name’s Miguel and I’m the quirkiest guy you’ll ever meet.

In The Quirky Reader, you’ll find that I talk a lot. You’ll also get some pretty good book recommendations from me. I also throw in the occasional film and music rec from time to time.

In real life, I’m pretty much your normal 16 year old. I’m an ambivert – which is basically half introvert, half extrovert though I’m more of the former than anything. Besides reading and blogging, I also love to play and make music. My instrument is the keyboard and who knows, I might share some of my work here. I also really love ice cream.

Frequently Unasked Questions or (FUQ’s):

Favourite book(s)?

I have a varying list of favourite books but here are some books that were quite memorable/meaningful for me:

  1. Monstrous Beauty by Elizabeth Fama
  2. This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales
  3. Aspen by Rebekah Crane
  4. We All Looked Up by Tommy Wallach
  5. Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan

Favourite artist(s)?

I could go on and on with this one but here’s a current list of faves that might give you an idea of what kind of music I listen to (which is mainly alt or indie):

  1. Florence + The Machine
  2. Modern Baseball
  3. BANKS
  4. Mumford & Sons
  5. Raleigh Ritchie

Favourite film(s)/Tv series?

My favourite films include: Dead Poets Society, The Social Network, Begin Again, The Way He Looks, and I Killed My Mother.

As for TV series, they are: How to Get Away with Murder, Game of Thrones, UnREAL, and Daredevil.

I promise to make a post about favourites soon. Meanwhile, please refer to these tags to know more firsthand information about this dude:

Thanks for checking out my blog!

20 thoughts on “About

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  2. While reading this, I could see your quirky humor peek through and I love it! Frequently Unasked Questions! I will never get over that. May I also say that This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales is amazing!! I read it a long time back but I still remember how adorable the book was.

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