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January 1 – December 31, 2011
Loved this challenge and I almost thought I wouldn’t make it because it took so long to get going and I read most of the books within in the past couples months.
I’ve always loved this challenge and I look forward to the next year of reading new books!
- 10th Anniversary by James Patterson
- ThxThxThx: Thanks for Everything by Leah Dieterich
- Toys by James Patterson
- Winning with Money by Aaron Coleman
- Onward by Howard Schultz
- Dead Reckoning by Charlaine Harris
- Enchantment by Guy Kawasaki
- The Seed by Jon Gordon
- All Together Now: Volume 1 by Alan Ball
- The Sookie Stackhouse Companion by Charlaine Harris
- Miles to Go by Richard Paul Evans
Title: Miles to Go
Author: Richard Paul Evans
Finished: October 7, 2011
Format: First Edition
I don’t know why I waited so long to read the second book of “The Walk” series, but I could not put it down and read it within a couple hours of starting.
If this is your first introduction to Richard Paul Evans than I highly recommend this trilogy. Book 3 doesn’t come out until April 2012 but so far this series has been one of the best experiences I have had in reading. While I have other books from this author, I’ve only read these two so far.
Miles to Go starts of almost instantly from where The Walk ends and follows Alan’s journey through recovery and his search for meaning after everything that has happened. It’s hard to discuss a book such as this without giving too much away, but I found myself turning pages so fast I was sad that I have to wait so long to find out how everything works out.
*challenges: countdown challenge, 11 in 11 reading challenge, 100+ reading challenge, pub challenge
Author: Scott Stratten
Finished: October 3, 2011
Format: First Edition
When I first heard of this book I was intrigued. I’m always looking for new and fun marketing books to give me ideas for work and life.
The first thing I read in this book was exactly what I was looking for: “Marketing is not a task. Marketing is not a department. Marketing is not a job.”
I came away with pages and pages of great information and I don’t even know where to begin but in essence this book was one of the best marketing books I’ve read in a long time. There are many ideas for your Facebook & Twitter pages, such as the 30 day Twitter challenge, the seven deadly social media sins, and how to create a Tweetathon.
If you are at all interested in marketing, for work or pleasure, run your own business, or are just curious, this book ROCKS!
*challenges: 11 in 11 reading challenge, 100+ reading challenge, monthly mixup