Books I Read This Week 2018 – 48






Big reading week this week. Partly due to some time off work and partly because several of these were short books. 

I started with Can You Learn to be Lucky? which turned out to be quite interesting and full of data.

I then moved to A Call for Revolution which is wonderful. 

The Good Luck Charm was meh. I am done with this genre for a while.

I moved to Success Through Diversity which was okay. I have read a bunch on this topic so not much here was new but I am still glad I read it.

I really enjoyed  The Bullet Journal Method  so much that I decided to finally start trying to use this method.

I then read  Never Split the Difference  which was fantastic. A lot of non-fiction this week. But this one was one of the best.

I then read  Dear Bob and Sue  which was lovely but I think it went on a bit longer than I wanted to. My attention waned by the end. 

I then read  Gmorning, Gnight!  because it was a lovely and really short read. I love love loved it.

I ended the week on  Happiness  and a bit of Thich Nhat Hanh is always good for my soul.

All but one this week was non-fiction, I can’t remember the last time that happened!

Books I Read this Week 2018 is a year-long project for 2018. You can read more about my projects for 2018 here.

2 comments to Books I Read This Week 2018 – 48

  • CarrieH

    As always, I love your book summaries. I’ve read Dear Bob and Sue and have G’morning G’night on my list. I recently read Turn Right at Machu Picchu and learned a bit about that fascinating place. Have a good weekend!

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