Below is a work in progress list of the books I will be reading and reviewing during the course of 2020, feel free to join me on this challenge. I would love to hear feedback and all suggestions are welcome!
- Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl (here)
- You are a badass by Jen Sincero (got this as an awesome gift from my best friend!)
- Women who run with the wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes
- Stillness is the key by Ryan Holiday
- Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf
- Animal Farm by George Orwell (here)
- The Fifth Agreement by Don Miguel Ruiz
- The dialogues of Socrates by Plato
- A Midsummer Nights Dream by William Shakespeare (*re-reading)
- Classic tales of Detection and Adventure by Edgar Allan Poe
- Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich Nietzsche (this one is going to take me some time to finish)
- Biography of Slash by Paul Stenning
- Maps of Meaning by Jordan Peterson
- A tale of two cities by Charles Dickens
- Tao te ching by Lao Tzu
- How to win and influence people by Dale Carnegie
- The Story of Philosophy by Bryan Magee
- The Purple Violet of Oshaantu by Neshani Andreas
- Just Another Book N**** aint gon’ Read by Marcus Brown
Thats the list for now but I’ll be adding to it periodically.
The other fun challenge I have for myself is to read all the books referenced in the Netflix TV show “You” which can be found here.
I might even re-watch the show if I get the time after I complete this just to see if I pick up something new with my new lens.
Alas that is all for now. I’m super excited to get back into my love for reading, I have neglected it for far too long. Is it just me but I feel like social media and technology have decreased my attention span so much so that I can’t sit down and just enjoy a book in its entirety without getting a bit agitated after 5 minutes! Which is weird cause I used to be that girl who could sit down and just read for the whole day and be content, I would read at any moment I had even in the car on the way to school. I miss that. So here’s to getting back to the things that made us feel good, a chase for nostalgia I guess.
Never forget to carpe all the diems