Twitter is a great resource. Tonight, I asked it (my followers, at least) to recommend a book I couldn’t leave the bookstore without. Here’s the list (with only minimal editing):
“The Intellectual Devotional,”
“This I Believe,”
“Grammar Girl’s Quick and Dirty Tips to Clean Up Your Writing” (audiobook)
Anything by Octavia Butler is amazing.
The Fifth Sacred Thing by Starhawk
Peter Shankman’s book on PR stunts “Can we do That?”
The Shadow of the Wind
“Impro” by Keith Johnstone. It’s a book about improv for actors, which I am not, but every page was SO relevant to life.
Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card
“Your Best Year Yet.” Values-based goalsetting. Perfect for multitasking/pulled-in-all-directions overachievers like youse.
Mommy, Where Do Customers Come From?
eat, pray, love (DOZENS of people offline tell me about this book regularly).
Become a Better You – Joel Osteen
Pretty cool, eh?
Twitter does that. You ask it something, and it gives you something. It’s better than Google. Because it’s You.gle. It’s made of people! Twitter is People!
That is all.