12 Books recommended by a Celestial Warrior-Philosopher or Steve Jobs (Maybe it’s just Ashton Kutcher)

12 Books recommended by a Celestial Warrior-Philosopher or Steve Jobs (Maybe it’s just Ashton Kutcher)

Inc.com has a book list from Steve Jobs.  I’m assuming it was compiled from old info…  I feel they may be reaching a little saying that Steve Jobs would want us to read them.  But, it is always interesting what interesting people do and, consequently, read. It’s a varied list….

And, She Was Reading…

And, She Was Reading…

I’ve been reading – a lot.  Right now it’s been quantity with a loose hold on quality. So far, this year I’ve gone through. In no particular order: (The book covers use referral links. Read our disclosure policy for more info.) What Alice Forgot, by Liane Moriarty – What a…

The May Stack

photo credit: .thana✌ The May Stack is proabably a bit of wishful thinking, again, as, this one is another busy month, BUT, hark on high, I finished a book!  I even put in a little time on some of the others, but not to completion.  I’m even toying around with joining a…

The April Stack

The April Stack didn’t get much of a facelift, nor did it see much action.  Let’s hope May will bestow upon me the gift of “alone time.” The Stack: Naamah’s Kiss, by Jacqueline Carey Vengance in Death, J.D. Robb Seeing Redd: The Looking Glass Wars, Book 2, by Frank Beddor…

The March Stack

photo credit: Wouter de Bruijn Woo hoo!  I actually got some time to read!  And, I have almost a whole new stack.  With some oldies still hanging around, just waiting for my love and attention… New to the Stack: Naamah’s Kiss, by Jacqueline Carey Vengance in Death, J.D. Robb Seeing…

Kid Stacks

It is imperative that kiddos have a nightstand.  Where else would they put their stack of books? As we gear up for our Israel trip the nightstand is loaded pretty heavily with Bible stories (kids books are a good way for mommies and daddies to brush up on their religion,…