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Reading Roundup: September 2011

September 30, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

For September, I read a number of really good books:

  • Falling Upward:  A Spirituality For The Two Halves of Life by Richard Rohr-  I found this book to be tremendous- Rohr talks of how we spend the first half of life constructing our identity, but then the second half of life is the deconstruction of that identity, when we find that first identity conflicts with the reality of life.
  • On Writing by Stephen King-  Such an insightful book on the craft of writing.
  • The Getaway Car: A Practical Memoir About Writing and Life by Ann Patchett
  • With: Reimagining the Way You Relate to God by Skye Jethani
  • Reluctant Pilgrim by Enuma Okora
  • To Be A Runner by Martin Dugard
  • Eat, Sleep, Ride by Paul Howard- Hilarious book about the Tour Divide, a mountain bike race from Canada to Mexico.
  • It’s All About The Bike:  The Chaotic Life of an Amateur Bicycle Racer’s Girlfriend by Deb Thompson
  • Villian:  A Novel by Shuichi Yoshida
  • Arctic Chill by Arnaldur Indridason
  • God’s Middle Finger:  Into the Lawless Heart of the Sierra Madre by Richard Grant
  • Pearl Jam 20 by Cameron Crowe
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