A Book A Month
I used to read books regularly, but in 2015 I realized that my reading frequency had decreased to one or perhaps two books a year. Since reading is good exercise for the old nugget, I decided to try to read a book every month. And that’s what I’ve (mostly) done.
Below is my reading list.
Two Three Four rules apply:
- If a book is boring, I can throw it away unfinished at any time and never pick it up again.
- If a more interesting book appears on my radar, any of the books in the list can be replaced.
- It’s certainly allowed to read more than one book each month.
- I know my limitations, so if a book takes more than a month to finish, so be it.
The Psychology Book: Big Ideas Simply Explained
by Frank Herbert
by Chuck Palahniuk
All These Worlds
by Dennis E. Taylor
by Cory Doctorow
by Richard K. Morgan
by Bram Stoker
Hva er Retorikk?
by Jens E. Kjeldsen
The Murder on the Links
by Agatha Christie
by Bjørn Stærk
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