I see that it is common to have a reading list. This gives people recommendations of what to read under your own website. I should thank Jason and the micro.blog podcast where Greg McVerry talks about the IndieWeb which I have been trying to imbibe. You can see that even at this page where it asks for webmentions. So my plan is to list the books I’ve read and try to do reviews if possible.
- All About Love, New Visions by Bell Hooks.
- How to Read a Book by Mortimer J. Adler and Charles Van Doren.
- Romeo and Julia by Peter Schoenaerts.
- i want 2 do project. tell me wat 2 do by Shakthi Kannan.
- Learning Optimism by Martin E. P. Seligman.
- Beloved by Toni Morrison.
- Cinderella Liberator by Rebecca Solnit.
- Whose Story Is This? by Rebecca Solnit.
- My life on the road by Gloria Steinem.
- Infectious Greed by Frank Partnoy. A good summary of events that led up to how companies cooked books in the end of 20th century. It is amazing that the fraudulent schemes described in the book are still being repeated in various forms. See the games played by WeWork for example.
- The Women Who Walked Into Doors by Roddy Doyle.
- Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Coleman.
- How To Be a Woman by Caitlin Moran.
- Atomic Habits by James Clear.
- Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser.
- The Argonauts by Maggie Nelson.
- The Sigma Protocol by Robert Ludlum. (Gotten bored with the genre for now)