I hope all is well in your worlds. My baby son Sean turns three this month, and I am already sweating how quickly he and my daughter Kate are growing. In the meantime I have really enjoyed reading to them in bed every night.
While on planes or waiting at the DMV this past month, I have been reading a lot of psychology books for fun (yes, I am a nerd). I am particularly interested in how to manipulate positive thoughts into people’s minds, and I have enjoyed a numbers of books, from self-improvement titles by Zig Ziglar, Ken Blanchard, Tony Robbins and Don Clifton to more academic faire by Eric Jensen and David Sousa. I also devoured a wonderful 272-page memoir of George Dawson (co-written by Richard Glaubman) entitled Life Is So Good, about Dawson’s incredible life story as the son of a slave in the South who learned to read at age 98. I assure you that this historical memoir is worth your time.
Anyhow, enjoy this month’s book selections below. I hope you are all reading some wonderful books. Make sure to tell me all about them. If you're an author or a publisher and would like to send me review copies of your book(s), please send them to the address listed for authors and publishers.
Have a wonderful April, and enjoy your books!