March 2019 Reading List

Here is what I read this month! Let me know if you have any questions about any of these books, and be sure to scroll down to see which one was my favorite!

**If a book is asterisked, it was extremely noteworthy to me.**

Razor Girl by Carl Hiaasen

The Two-Income Trap: Why Middle-Class Parents Are Going Broke by Elizabeth Warren

Great Trails: Providing Quality OHV Trails and Experiences (NOHVCC) by Dick Dufourd

A Slip of the Keyboard by Terry Pratchett

*Keeper of Dreams: Short Fiction by Orson Scott Card

The Writer’s Journey: Mythic Structure for Storytellers & Screenwriters by Christopher Vogler

*The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change by Stephen R. Covey

How to Be Better at Almost Everything: Learn Anything Quickly, Stack Your Skills, Dominate by Pat Flynn

Orson Scott Card has always been one of those authors that I don’t enjoy as much, simply because everyone else enjoys him so much as well. It feels like there isn’t much more to add to the conversation when discussing Card. BUT, every time I read one of his works I am completely swept away. So imagine reading a compilation of his short stories! I would highly suggest Keeper of Dreams to anybody who wants to read about short science fiction, or even ethics. Each story was completely captivating.

Stephen R. Covey is another one of those authors that everybody knows about. There are many versions and editions of The 7 Habits floating around, and I am not sure which version I read, as there was a long segment at the end that included updates and an author q&a section. There is quite a bit to unpack in this book, but a ton of extremely well thought out and principled information. Even if you read this and just study one of the habits, it would make your life that much better.

So how many pages this month? 2953

How many so far this year? 5996

And of course…

I have listed the above books as Amazon affiliated links, so if you decide to buy a book using the above links, I may get a little kickback from Amazon.

I am also a proud Audible subscriber! Audio books are awesome, especially for those that might not have time to sit down and turn pages. If you want to sign up for audible click here! I get a little kickback for this as well, but I believe you get two free audio books if you start a trial!

If you use an e-reader like a kindle or your tablet, you can also get a free month of the Kindle Unlimited Membership plan by clicking here!

Let me know if you like this post and if you want to see more like it! If you have any questions about the books I posted, or want to discuss them with me, leave a comment!

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