Summer Reads: Over 100 Books to Choose From

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Summer Reads: Over 100 Books to Choose From In May, I published 2015 Summer Reading Lists from around the Web, and this is a follow-up to that post. It was never my intention to have a follow-up post, but when I searched ‘reading books’ on Buzzsumo.com, I found some great posts, so I felt compelled to share them. Also, the Washington Post published a reading list, and some of the books sound like ones that I would like to read. So, if you are looking for summer reads for when you go on vacation, you are sure to find some here. Related Post: Summer Reading Lists from around the … [Read more...]

Summer Reads: Bones Never Lie and The Hangman’s Song

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Summer Reads: Bones Never Lie and The Hangman’s Song Are you like me, where you get tired of all the hype, and the flavor of the month? I try to stay away from books that everyone is talking about, but if I am honest, I am not always immune to the hype. And that was the case with The Girl on The Train. If you visit one of the bigger bookstores, the book occupies the premium real estate so it is front and centre, and you cannot help but seeing it. The Girl on a Train is very well written and it wasn’t a bad book, in fact, I liked the evolution of the main character. But in my humble … [Read more...]

2015 Summer Reading Lists from around the Web

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2015 Summer Reading Lists from around the Web Summer is the time when professionals get caught up on their reading. Since I am not quite ready to produce a summer reading list of my own, and may not even produce one, I decided I’d scout around to find a few reading lists for you. From the reading lists, you will find something for every taste because they are so different. Here is the 2015 Summer Reading Lists from around the Web.   Beach Reading (and More): Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, created a list of books that he’d like us to read. On his blog, he says that this … [Read more...]

25 Books: Mad Men Reading List

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25 Books: Mad Men Reading List I do not watch TV, I spend my time reading books, so I have never watched the series Mad Men, but I am a sucker for any reading list. Some of the books I have read already, some are on my ever growing pile of books to read, and some I have never heard of before. Mad Men premiered on July 19, 2007 on the cable network AMC and is produced by Lionsgate Television. According to Wikipedia, "The seventh and final season consists of 14 episodes that are split into two seven-episode installments, airing in 2014 and 2015. The second half of the final season premiered … [Read more...]

Celebrating Children’s Book Week – Children’s Books You’ll Fall in Love with Again

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Celebrating Children’s Book Week – Children’s Books You’ll Fall in Love with Again May 4-10, 2015 is Children’s Book Week, how are you celebrating it? Celebrate the joy of reading! I love reading children’s books because they help me tap into my inner child, but many of them teach very important lessons that are appropriate for adults. There are many must-read children’s books that I haven’t yet read because they were not available when I was a child. Whenever I come across lists of must-read children’s books, I clip them to Evernote. I went through my Evernote Clippings and below is … [Read more...]