Books

These are the book I have finished reading since July 27, 2014. It does not include textbooks for college or the numerous articles and pamphlets and prep packages I have to read for council:

  1. “A Long Obedience in the Same Direction” by Eugene Peterson. July 2015 – Sept 2015
  2. “Dean and Me, a Love Story” by Jerry Lewis, August 2015 – Sept 2015
  3. “Blowback” by Brad Thor, May 2015 – Oct 2015
  4. “Wrestling for My Life” by Shawn Michaels, July – December 2015
  5. “Lead So Others Can Follow” by James T. Bradford, July – September 2016 (got this one from Paul as part of a mentoring program he is doing with me)

 

These are the books I started on or after July 27, 2014 and read for the first time:

  1. “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” started on January 27, 2015
  2. “The 4-Hour Workweek” started in May 2015
  3. “Triggers” started in July 2015
  4. “The Cost of Discipleship” started in August 2015
  5. “The Wonderful Spirit-Filled Life” started in August 2015
  6. “The Purpose Driven Life” started on Christmas day 2015
  7. “Be a People Person” started on December 27, 2015
  8. “Spam Nation” started in May 2016

 

These are books I was already reading as I started this project:

  • “The 48 Laws of Power” by Robert Greene, started July 10, 2014
  • “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People” by Stephen Covey, started July 11, 2014
  • “The $100 Startup” by Chris Gillibeau, started before this website project

These are the books I started during this “project” and then abandoned for one reason or another. As I am struggling to learn, there is no shame in doing so.

“The Kybalion” started on August 8, 2014 – abandoned soon thereafter

“Penetration Testing, A Guide to Hacking” started on August 9, 2014 – abandoned for a while until I could get one of my old laptops set up as a Kali Linux testing environment to use to pen test the other old laptop…may or may not restart this one.

“Million Dollar Habits” started on September 11, 2014 – was doing this one as a pocket piece read and just eventually fell out of it because I had so many other things in my Kindle apps that I preferred to use