|Actual bookshelf at my house|
For 2014, I thought I'd share what I read. It influences what I'm thinking about. Sometimes it influences my writing. It seemed it might be of interest. However, boring for you if I do it every week and overwhelming for me to do at the end of the year. So, monthly, yes?
- Takedown Twenty by Janet Evanovich
- Owl Moon by Jane Yellen (I was reading to kidlets)
- Little Bea and the Snowy Day (I was reading to kidlets)
- Stats & Curiosities from Harvard Business Review (I have not read in full; it's in my purse and perfect for a quick read when I'm bored or waiting)
- Five Minutes on Mondays by Alan Lurie (Reading a chapter a Monday, so it'll take me a bit to finish)
- How to Self-Promote Without Being a Jerk by Bruce Kasanoff
- Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss (possibly the BEST sales book ever written)
- Tell Me Again About the Night I was Born by Jamie Lee Curtis (I was prepping for reading to kidlets)
- The Great Big Book of Families by Mary Hoffman (I was reading to kidlets)
Take-away - What did you read this month? What was meaningful to you? I'd love to hear.
(Some of my friends write, too. I did a little piece on this a while back.)