As I was getting ready for work this morning, I thought about when I might have time to begin reading this book and then I looked at my nightstand and became discouraged. I used to be one who would finish a book before starting a new one. That is no longer the case with me. Depending on what kind of mood I am in determines what I am reading on a particular day. So I am now going to bare my soul and tell you the books that I have started, but have not finished - I do intend to finish them - at some point.
- Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert T. Kiyosaki - My husband added this one to the stack and I have started it a number of times.
- Boomtown USA, Jack Schultz - Started it a few years ago.
- The Writers Art, James J. Kilpatrick - Haven't started it, but probably need to very soon.
- Writing That Works, Kenneth Roman and Joel Raphealson - Same as #3.
- Hershey, Michael D'Antonio -This is a very interesting read about Milton Hershey. Am about halfway through it. Perfect for one who loves chocolate!
- Smart Women Finish Rich, David Bach - Picked this up at the airport (I am bad about buying books at airports), but only read the intro.
- Pitch Like a Girl, Ronna Lichtenberg - Started this a few years ago, but now have forgotten what I read. Will need to re-start this one again.
- Cure For The Common Life, Living In Your Sweet Spot, Max Lucado - I love Max Lucado books. Am about halfway through.
- The Secret Order of the Gumm Street Girls, Elise Primavera - I am reading this fiction book with my daughers.
- Web Analytics, Avinash Kaushik - Sounds quite geekish, I know. I can only handle a few chapters at a time.
- Unstoppable Global Warming, S. Fred Singer and Dennis T. Avery - Haven't started this, but I have heard it is very good.
- The Reagan Diaries, Douglas Brinkley - This is a wonderful book. A must read for anyone who likes politics. I am almost through it.
- Blogger, Lee Jordan - This has been very helpful to me. It is a book that you read one chapter and apply what you learned to your blog before moving on to the next chapter.
- Good To Great, Jim Collins - This is one of my favorite books and yes, I have finished it, but keep it close to refer to from time to time.
Not sure how I will be judged after this posting, but this is a part of who I am. I should note that in addition to the books listed above, I also have my Women's Health and Cooks Illustrated magazines on the nightstand along with the many newspaper articles my husband cuts out that he thinks I need to read. And I didn't even address the stack on my desk at work of things I need to read.
At least I know that as long as I continue to read, the learning process will never stop.