@FindthisBook: Book Club



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My 2019 intention is to read more.  I go in phases of reading books and upon reflection, I am always happier and little wiser taking time out of busy schedules to read. So I took on the Goodreads Reading Challenge and set a goal of reading a book a week.

I started my list of books in the following areas:

2019 Reading Challenge

2019 Reading Challenge
Teri has read 1 book toward her goal of 52 books.
  • Culture & history: I read a lot of this genre of books already and they help enhance my journey with social and political context on the places I travel to.
  • Business: I used to read these all the time when I worked in corporate - to both survive and thrive. I want to get back to reading these at least once a month
  • Personal Growth & Psychology: The discovery and sharing of information has exploded in the last decade.
  • Health & Fitness: Let’s face it, with a healthy diet and healthy body… life is just easier. The learning is endless as we understand our body and what works for you.
  • Classics: I am throwing in a few classics as they are always a good read or re-read.

Follow along and get inspired to read with weekly posts below 


by Victoria C. Gardner Coates

January 5, 2018

David’s Sling places into context ten canonical works of art executed to commemorate the successes of free societies that exerted political and economic influence far beyond what might have been expected of them. Artworks include Monet, the Parthenon, Michelangelo’s David and more…


by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner

January 12, 2018

The authors of Freakonomics and SuperFreakonomics, are back with their third novel –Think like a Freak.  This new book still contains their trademark blend of captivating storytelling and unconventional analysis, but this time they illuminate their thought process on how they “think like a freak” to look at issues, problems and life hacks.  The goal – to retrain your brain to look at the situation differently.

Book of the Week

Book Quote

Library of the Week