Reading List 5
I jumped around between books a little more than usual this month, but it was good to get the occasional change of pace. Sticking to one book even if you're not super into it at the moment is the fastest way to kill your desire to read.
Fahrenheit 451 (Ray Bradbury) - I don't remember if I read this in school (I can count the number of books I truly read in high school on one hand), and I wanted to catch up on a few classics. I'm glad I started with this one.
Manage your Day-to-Day: Build Your Routine, Find Your Focus, and Sharpen Your Creative Mind (Jocelyn K. Glee et al.) - It reads like a collection of blog posts. (Is this just a collection of blog posts?)
Wreckage (Emily Bleeker) - An interesting story told pretty well, but the dialogue was grating at times. No one addresses a person by name every third sentence, Emily.
Creativity, Inc. (Ed Catmull & Amy Wallace) - So far this is a good book. Coming off the fairly long Becoming Steve Jobs, which also covers Pixar, I got a little burnt out on the topic, so I broke up my reading with other books. I'll definitely finish it, but I'm going to take my time.
The Light of the World: A Memoir (Elizabeth Alexander)