What does your stack of books say about you?
Today Rod Dreher encouraged his blog readers to post photos on their blog of the books on their bedside table.
Because my choice was to either do that or work on a writing project, of course I chose the former.
Except I don’t read books in my bed because I fall asleep if I do that. This time of year I read my books outside, if possible, so I took a photo of my stack of books next to the purple phlox flowers I usually sit next to while reading outside:
Here’s the list of titles:
Personality Fulfillment in the Spiritual Life by Adrian van Kaam
Finding Happiness: Monastic Steps for a Fulfilling Life by Abbot Christopher Jamison (click here if you’d like to see the posts I’ve written about this book).
Making Marriage Work: A History of Marriage and Divorce in the Twentieth-Century United States by Kristin Celello
The Story Factor: Inspiration, Influence, and Persuasion Through the Art of Storytelling by Annette Simmons
The Feast of Friendship by Paul D. O’Callaghan
Damn! Why Didn’t I Write That? by Marc McCutcheon
The Intrigue at Highbury: A Mr. & Mrs. Darcy Mystery by Carrie Bebris
How To Succeed in Business by Breaking all the Rules by Dan Kennedy
Talking About Detective Fiction by P. D. James
If you were to surmise from this list that I’m a writer and entrepreneur with a strong interest in sociology, psychology, religion and mysteries, that would be accurate.
Tag, you’re it. What’s in your stack of books?
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