My goal is to read fifty books this year, and so far I’ve read twelve in three months. Almost on pace! Listed in this post are the ones I’ve enjoyed the most.
Looking for something to read? Find some inspiration in the list of books I read this year.
I was drawn to this book because it brings together the politics of a real historical event with an emotional, family story.
Anyone who is around young children knows they tend to ask a lot of questions. Most of the time it’s simply ‘Why?’
Scott Berkun’s new memoir focuses on his father’s betrayal, and how he handled his family’s dysfunction. This book is more than the story of his family though. Through honest emotion, Scott shows the importance of constantly working to know yourself by asking the tough questions.
I split my 2012 reading lists into 2 posts – this is the first non-fiction list. The list is a little shorter than 2011, but I added some notes which I hope helps you find something good to read!
My annual list of books is out. I didn’t get through as many books as 2010, but that’s probably because I’m reading more subscriptions such as the New Yorker on my Kindle. I also got through all five of the Song of Ice and Fire books this summer (those are huge!) Hope you enjoy the list…
Freedom by Jonathan Franzen is on the surface just a story about an ordinary family; a man and a woman fall in love in college, they move to their suburb home, have two children and build a career and a life. Of course, it’s much, much more than that.
I’ve had my Kindle for a few months now, and it’s a daily part of life for me. Here is how I get the most out of my Kindle…
Better late than never! Here is my annual list of all the books I read cover-to-cover in 2010.