November 2013 Twitterature
The past month has been much much better than the last in terms of reading. As you might recall last month was appalling with not a single finished book! I made up for that this month, finishing 8 books in total – and bringing me up to 51 books for the year, only one book short of my goal of 52.
As always, I’m linking up with the lovely Modern Mrs Darcy.
Selling For Introverts – Stay True To Who You Are and Increase Your Sales! by Alen Mayer: Repetitive, standard information and advice for sales people. Not worth the time and money #Skip
F**k It: the ultimate spiritual way by John C. Parkin: Western take on Eastern philosophy (Buddhism). Learn to let go of your attachments to things being a certain way. #Recommended (full review here)
Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain: Excellent book for introverts and extroverts alike. Highly highly #recommended (full review to follow next week)
The Fiery Cross (Outlander) by Diana Gabaldon: Not as great as previous installments of Outlander, too long-winded (1443 pages!) But if you love the characters still worth checking out.
Mindfulness for Beginners: a Meditation Training & Techniques Book for a Healthier and Happier Lifestyle by James Haley: Poorly written, lots of spelling mistakes that often makes it hard to understand what the author means. There are much better books out there. #Skip
Cordis Ectomy by Nahida Nisa: Beautiful collection of #poetry that is simultaneously (bitter)sweet and haunting. #Recommended
President Barack Obama: The Kindle Singles Interview (Kindle Single) by David Blum: Not particularly interesting – especially not if you are fairly up-to-date with Barack Obama and American politics. #Skip
What have you been reading this month?
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