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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

random reads

during this jaunt i've become very intimate with my kindle. here's what i'm currently devouring:

the accidental creative by todd henry
living the savvy life by melissa tosetti (finished)
tout sweet by karen wheeler (finished)
279 days by chris guillebeau (finished)
$100 startup by chris guillebeau (finished)
ruling your world by sakyong mipham (finished)
the introvert advantage by marti olsen laney
yogientrepreneur by darren main
a writer's space by eric maisel
the three marriages by david whyte
the war of art by steven pressfield

now tell me, dear reader, what are you currently reading? 
so many books, so little time. le sigh, bibliophile woes.
bisous. x

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Lexi said...

On my Kindle - The Not so Big Life, Sarah Susanka (your recommendation); on iPhone - The Particapatory Museum, Nina Simon; on iPad - The Science of Breath, Yogi Ramacharaka; Paperback - Wine & War: The French, The Nazis & the Battle for France's Greatest Treasure, Don & Petie Kladstrup.

Rachel said...

Just finished Tout Sweet whichI loved. Definitely going to read Tout Allure and Tout Soul. Loved The Yogi Entrepreneur too. Recently though I've been rereading a lot of Jane Austen because I heart het so!

Anonymous said...

Currently reading..
$100 start up, living the savvy life just finished a few days ago this i know by S. Conway (great book!)

Anonymous said...

Currently reading Women, Food, and God by Geneen Roth.

Melinda Parkhurst said...

Being inspired by "What Should I Do with My Life" by Po Bronson that I picked up on the dollar carts outside the Strand bookstore in NYC (the best place ever!) Also a cookbook/gardening hybrid called "Jamie at Home" by Jamie Oliver. The tv series was so fun to watch and the book is simple food at its best - straight from the garden.

Britt Bravo said...

I read a lot of good memoirs this spring:

All That Is Bitter & Sweet by Ashley Judd

My Life So Far by Jane Fonda

The Good Food Revolution: Growing Healthy Food, People, and Communities by Will Allen

Unbearable Lightness: A Story of Loss and Gain by
Portia de Rossi

Spirit Junkie: A Radical Road to Self-Love and Miracles by
Gabrielle Bernstein

Right now, I have *way* too many books going at once:

Add More Ing to Your Life: A Hip Guide to Happiness by Gabrielle Bernstein

How to Blog a Book: Write, Publish, and Promote Your Work One Post at a Time by Nina Amir

Creating Time: Using Creativity to Reinvent the Clock and Reclaim Your Life by Marney Makridakis

What's Mine Is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption by
Rachel Botsman and Roo Rogers

Plastic-Free: How I Kicked the Plastic Habit and How You Can Too by Beth Terry

*Melinda ~ I loved Jamie at Home too!

Sarah said...

Looks like a great reading list! I just picked up The $100 Startup too! I just finished Normal Gets You Nowhere by Kelly Cutrone!

Miriam said...

I too love my Kindle! Amazing for travel, as well as for summer and winter power outages (all too frequent in my neck of the woods).

I am currently reading Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion by Elizabeth Cline.

I recently finished Richard Ford's Canada, Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl and Ernest Cline's Ready Player One.

Denise said...

Like Rachel, I am reading Rude Awakenings of a Jane Austin Addict and Courage:Overcoming Fear & Igniting Self-Confidence.I just finished Wild about a women hiking the Pacific Coast Trail by herself.

kimberly wilson said...

such great reads. merci for sharing! x

Nicole said...

Currently, I'm reading through the original Nancy Drew mysteries, which seems so odd for a 32 year old, but I never read them as a child, so I'm catching up. ; ) I love them, though, and will be sad when I finish the last.

Farah said...

For toi, Kimberly, The Paris Wife by Paula McLain. A little bit of Paris in the 20s from a female perspective.

Dawn said...

Thanks for this list!
Just read the latest by Sophie Kinsella (needed some light hearted fiction
Now reading $100 startup (seems to be the popular book!)
solo by choice (on starting a solo legal practice)
the Lower River by Paul Theroux
On my list of things to come:
The way of the happy woman : living the best year of your life by Sara Stover
Train Dreams - pulitzer finalist
van jones' first book and hopefully his latest
And probably some lighter, beach reads in between

Healthy Skin Enthusiast said...

Still working on "Introduction to Tibetan Buddhism" didn't read as much as I thought I would in France. #yogaretreatproblems