This past year was mostly one to forget. But one highlight was actually accomplishing my New Year’s resolution to read one book a month. My goal was to read at least half an hour a day, which I would do on my lunch break at work. After I was laid off, I would try to read at least an hour a day, which I did most days. Some days I would skip, others I would read 2-3 hours. Most of the books I chose to read were ones I heard about over the years and finally decided to read. Others were autobiographies of people I admired, and some were recommended to me by family. The following is a list of the 12 books I read along with some thoughts about them (in no particular order):
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Tuesday, December 8, 2015
This is Gerry Woo. You most likely don’t know who he is. You don’t need to, either. But I do, and I think about him on a semi-regular basis. Since I first heard about him over ten years ago, I haven’t been able to forget him and probably won’t for a long time.