Books I Would Like to Read
1. The Bible
Sounds intimidating though.
2. The Koran
A few years ago I read about 150 pages and stopped. Could be interesting to pick it up again but I'm not as interested in Islam as I used to be. It's not too long though.
3. Man's Search for Meaning, by Viktor Frankl
It's on everybody's list of the books you should absolutely read, so I should probably do that soon.
A nonfiction book about the joys of being a beginner in a new activity. I don't remember the name of the author.
Trying to list books from memory for now, but I might have to resort to my Goodreads profile or my Kindle soon.
5. Love Your Enemies, by Arthur C. Brooks
6. The Psychology of Money
7. Ant Farm, by Simon Rich
I love his short stories.
8. That French novel about living in a simulation
Ughhhh okay I have to check my Kindle.
9. The Renaissance Man
Okay, number 8 is called L'Anomalie. Now it's getting easier because I checked my Kindle.