3 Book Recommendations {And, The End.}


This is the final post of this series, Reading More Without Living Less. To close, here are three book recommendations taken from my 2012 reading. These books aren’t about reading per se, but more on personal development and time management, which are helpful in creating more pockets of time for reading. So, if you’re ready […]

More Resources for Free Books

Earlier this month, I wrote a post listing several resources where you can find free audiobooks. Some of those sites also offered free eBooks, but here are some further options for finding free books in eBook and paper book format (beyond library use and borrowing from friends): 1. Project Gutenberg Project Gutenberg has thousands (40,000, […]

Read that Book!

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Over the weekend, I read the short little book, Eat that Frog!: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time. Whether you listen to or read this little book, it’s a short read filled with helpful ideas. Although it’s hardly groundbreaking information in the realm of personal productivity (really, not many […]

Reading More Without Living Less: Take Time Off

In Surprised by Joy, C.S. Lewis reflects on some of the things that helped shape his early life: “I number it among my blessings that my father had no car, while yet most of my friends had, and sometimes took me for a drive. This meant that all these distant objects could be visited just enough […]

Addressing Religious-Based Concerns About Reading: Part 2

This post is a continuation from Part 1 of “Addressing Religious-Based Concerns About Reading,” where the first post addressed the question, “Shouldn’t a Christian be reading his Bible more than reading so many books?” This post addresses the second common question: 2. Is it wise or even permissible for a Christian to read secular books […]