Start with Why by Simon Sinek is an inspiring business leadership book that shows how the great leaders of the past think, act and communicate the same way.
Here I Am by Jonathan Safran Foer was nothing at all what I expected, even after reading the description.
The Buried Book by D.M. Pulley is the second book I read in Winter Park, after finishing A Short History of the Girl Next Door. I randomly selected it from one of the many free Amazon Prime books available on Kindle.
During my trip to Winter Park, I read two books. The first was A Short History of the Girl Next Door by Jared Reck.
Turns out, putting together a 2017 book list saved me from the blanket “What book should I read next?” Facebook post. In an attempt to not be one of those Facebook friends, I’ve put together this 2018 book list together.
You know how much I like to read, so when we decided to move to Cincinnati I started researching Cincinnati books. I’ve put together a list books I want to read that are about Cincinnati, or are set in Cincinnati. (Photo above is of the Amelia Valerio Weinberg Memorial Fountain outside the main library downtown Cincinnati.)
My 2017 book list is based on bestsellers, other bloggers reviews, and Amazon’s suggestions. It’s mostly novels, with a few non-fiction books just to mix things up.
At the risk of sounding like a book worm, I’m sharing the 4 1/2 books I read during our 4th of July cabin vacation.
My friend recently asked me for some book recommendations, so I put together a list of books that Nolan or I have read on vacation.
Anytime I hear about a book on MPR or hear a recommendation I jot it down, because I have the memory of a goldfish. The number of notepads I go through at work is astonishing. Many times I go through them and find a forgotten report/email/presentation I’d promised. Below is my goldfish book list. Big Magic by…