You’ve got to read this book, see the title…

A week ago, I was bored with what I was reading. Good books, but they weren’t catching my attention. I’m sure you’ve been there. When we keep reading the same paragraph over and over, it just won’t sink in. I even fast forwarded to the middle of the book to read a few paragraphs – NOPE, my interest in the story was not going to improve.

So, I went to the online library and started browsing. This book by Jack Canfield / Gay Hendricks, You’ve Got to Read This Book!, came up. The title alone got me hooked.

I’m half way through, and I gotta say, it’s a good title, good book. Great stories of people’s lives, some hardships and/ or how they got where they are. Somehow, this book has my attention. I think I like the short story aspect and learning about different people.

Time to head to a bookstore…

Spring / Summer — going to the beach, longing for a book to actually hold and read. Miss hardcover books, too much online reading.

Here’s to exploring the bookstore and buying a new book!

9 thoughts on “You’ve got to read this book, see the title…

    1. It’s good because it has people we know in it, but haven’t thought about for a while… nice to learn their stories, ie. Rudy Ruettiger, Catherine Oxenbergy, Malachi McCourt, Tim Ferris’s, Mo Siegel, John St. Augustine… list goes on.


    1. The Wandering Falcon by Jamil Ahmad, The Paris Architect by Charles Belfoure, The Brides Kimono by Sujata Massey & The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie by Alan Bradley. 2 I bought, 2 I downloaded from library. Bookstores are GREAT for getting new ideas and just browsing is SO MUCH FUN. I liked the bookstores in Ireland, because the Irish/British books are different from ours. How are you doing?

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      1. I mainly go digital too, but I had a gift card and wanted to use it. Books and sanitizing, I didn’t think about that. I was VERY HAPPY to be in a bookstore. I would be more worried about restaurants, public transportation. Although, in America, things are lightening up… 2 states (Indiana/Texas) no masks. I don’t think we are ready for that. It’s hard to know where we are heading, but for sure, people want to work and have their freedoms back. Europe might be a little stricter still.

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