I am reading “David Copperfield”, by Charles Dickens, and “The Buffettology Workbook”, by Mary Buffett and David Clark. The first is a classic and excellent novel, and the second is an excellent book on investing in the stock market.
I am reading “The Shelthers of Stone” by Jean M. Auel.
It’s the 5th book in a 6 book series called “Earth’s Children” (The first book being 'Clan of the Cavebear)
I read the entire series once every two years or so, they are thick books, so they take me a while to read. It’s very immersive, and I often spend hours escaping reality and being in that world. I love those books.
It’s about cavepeople and their cultures.
I got a book for Christmas I plan on reading it. At least some of it because I have problems with reading(can’t focus) It’s about Tyler Perry’s life. He is an actor who dresses up like a women but he is a man. He said his dad abused him when he was young and he wanted to kill himself. He was almost homeless because he couldn’t get an acting job. Now he is famous and is worth 600 million dollars.
i read your posts
I just got, “the longevity diet” by valter longo. I’m also waiting on an investment book
I just got done reading “Invest Like a Guru”, by Charlie Tian, Ph.D. That also was a very good book, but, a little too scientific. Tian is a physicist.
Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur
A Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood.
I read several books simultaneously (the joys of kindle) Not only I like reading books, but I tend to completely rewrite word to word entire books If I find it good.
“The Daily Stoic: 366 Meditations on Wisdom” - This one will take me a year to finish as I started it at January 1st.
“Tools of titans” - Not a follower of Tim Ferris, nor I subscribe to his teaching, but I think this book is a great collection of interviews.
“The complete guide to fasting” Dr Young’s book about fasting and experiences of people who fasted.
“Manipulation” - Catherine Chambers
"Mastery" - Robert Greene
Learning is the road to happiness.
The novel I’m busy on now (which I bought at library book sale) is The Shadow Wife by Diane Chamberlain
Next I plan to read is Jonathon Livingston Seagull (a classic I love and also bought at sale)
and then resume reading my Enid Blyton Famous Five collection
Then off to the library!
I can’t read books anymore, sometimes I read Disney comics.
Nightfall by Shannon Messenger
M is for Magic by Neil Gaiman
Bury Me Standing - a book about the gypsies. An old fascination. The last one I read was The Gypsies by Jan Yoors - when I was 21.
An old poem of mine:
Gypsies still travel
I read it in snatches and switch around.
About the only thing from my piano lessons - I remember was reading Disney comic books while my brother had his lesson. My favorite stories were about Gyro Gearloose because I wanted to invent things.
I am reading The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman. This book is very enlightening in how to communicate with your loved ones or even your roommates, coworkers, classmates, etc. I was taught by him very much. I recommended it to my son and my husband.
I’m currently re-reading ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) I have found this book to really help me and I want to soak in every bit it.
I just finished reading The Girl With No Name by Disney Costeloe. I enjoyed it. Before that I read the Will Robbie series by David Baldacci. It was really good.
I’m reading a fantasy novel by Goodkind…Wizards First Rule. I have another novel a friend lent me from another fantasy series ready to go when I’m through this one.
I cant study due to cognitive impairment …!!! Hahaha. . I am jealous of u guys… anyways take care…
I’m rereading my favorite manga Blue Exorcist.
I find the main character very relatable. If I ever get money again I want to by the next couple books in the series.