Tag Archives: reading

Another great book link list

I seem to have over the past few weeks collected a sizeable collection of links to the writing, reading, owning and consuming of books. It seems of the linking to reading there is no end (well, after 13 of them in this post there is)

The Curiosity Index (06.04.2017)

Tomorrow we’re off to South Carolina so expect intermittent service of the Index next week. Get More Done By Working Less This, describes me, far too often: “While we work 8 or more hours a day, most of that is just busywork.” Why I’m an

The books I read in 2016

I never quite got around to posting about my reading from 2016 but the fact that it is March shouldn’t be a hindrance to reflecting on the past right? Turns out there was an encouraging uptick in books read. In part because I’ve counted books

Book Review: On Writing

On Writing: A Memoir Of The Craft by Stephen King My rating: 5 of 5 stars I have a very simple test for deciding whether a book about writing books is any good or not. It’s not a complicated test. Very simply during the reading

Why reading and writing are good for you

We live in the age of distraction – it’s hard to concentrate and there’s no space to think. Yet if we can carve out regular time to read and think it will do us the power of good. Gregory Ciotti outlines several of The Psychological Benefits of Writing which include

Review: Read

I read all the time. The back of cereal packets, emails, blogs, status updates on Facebook, tweets on Twitter and news on the BBC. I read dozens of blog posts and articles every day. I regularly read Wired and The Economist magazines, local newspapers and

Books of 2015

So here is a list of all the books I read in 2015 (I think) Feral by George Monbiot (Amazon) Creating Community by Andy Stanley & Bill Willits (Amazon) Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus by Nabeel Qureshi (Amazon) The Coming Chinese Church by Paul Golf (Amazon) Cities of God by Rodney Stark (Amazon)