I’ve always wanted a way to track the books I’ve read. Since my memory sucks, I thought creating a master book list would be a good way to remind myself what I’ve read.
I also felt it was a good way to see what I’ve read in one quick glance. When I started this I had a very long list and it became unwieldy. I’ve since broken it into much shorter list with ten books on page.
It’s April of 2017 and I’m just getting around to creating my second list and posting it online. Right now, I’m going through my bookcase and recording/re-visiting the books I have, which one’s I’ve read and so on.
The following list is not in any particular order. Have you read any of these books?
- Democratic Vistas: Post Offices and Public Art in The New Deal – Park, Marlene, Markowitz, Gerald E.
- Nebraska Post Office Murals – L. Robert Puschendorf
- A Simple and Vital Design – The Story of The Indiana Post Office Murals – John C. Carlie
- Wall to Wall America: Post Office Murals in The Great Depression. – Marling, Karal Ann
- The Texas Post Office Murals: Art For The People – Joe and Betty Moore
- Howard Hull – Tennessee Post Office Murals – autographed copy
- Howard Hull – Smoke Rings – autographed copy
- Howard Hull – A Lumpy Bed and Other Places Not To Sleep – autographed copy
- Ethan Hawke – Rules For A Knight
- Tim Ferris – The Four Hour Workweek
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