reduce the pile of books that is growing next to my bed by purchasing
a couple of them from me on Amazon
- The Technology
Machine, by my good friend, Dick Morley
- How determining Longitude
changed the world as we know it, by Dava Sobel. This is a fascinating read for
anyone - especially entrepreneurs!
- Ingenious Pursuits :
Building the Scientific Revolution, by Lisa Jardine, shows imaginative problem-solving is at the root of
all human inventiveness
Terrible Hours, by Peter Maas, tells the incredible story of Swede Momson and the rescue of the
- True story about the author, of how Antonio Mendez lived as The
Master of Disguise : My Secret Life in the CIA
Alchemist: A Fable About Following Your Dream, by Paulo Coelho.
Recommended to me by my newest, closest friend - Crista!
- All of the fine historical fiction from W.E.B.
Griffin (I've read them all)
- Known to change people's lives, this spiritual work for all beliefs, Illusions : The
Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah, by Richard Bach
- An incredibly insightful work by the Dalai Lama, Ethics
for the New Millennium (hardcover,
is a wonderful work enforcing compassion, empathy and forging
of meaningful relationships
Despite all the wonderful technology that overloads our senses today,
nothing compares to holding a printed book while on a plane, or in bed, or
at a coffee shop - it is still one of the world's greatest pleasures.
My Daughter's Picks
- Of course, the entire Boxed Set of the Harry
Potter collection by J.K. Rowling.