JULY Reading

August 12, 2011 at 12:20 pm Leave a comment

JULY reading

The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest: a novel by Stieg Larsson.  Oddly enough I’m content that it’s over and I don’t feel like I miss it.  It ended, then went on and tied up a few loose ends.  Thanks Regine, I’m glad I read these.


Anything You Want: 40 lessons for a new kind of entrepreneur by Derek Sivers through the Domino Project.  He tells the story of building CDBaby.


Freddy and Fredericka: a Novel by Mark Helprin.  Mark Helprin has a delightful way of weaving fancy into his tales in such a way that it seems real.  Then he makes us laugh at it, then he carries on after making a comment that leaves us guessing.  It took much longer than usual to read this novel because I enjoyed the writing so much.


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