I love the books. I jest loves em! Though I find I read in cycles - sometimes a lot, other times - not so much. Sometimes I can power through a book in half a day, other times, it takes months. Some go forever unfinished. Others re-read frequently. Here's some of my favorites, past, present and future. Enjoy!

A gift from Virginia, I've only just started 'Blink' by Malcolm Gladwell (author of 'The Tipping Point'), and so far it's great! Blink is a book about rapid cognition, about the kind of thinking that happens in a blink of an eye. It explains our capacity to gather huge amounts of data in the blink of an eye.
Thanks to Anah for introducing Jan Spiller's amazing book to me. It's been out on loan more often than in my home, and I know of at least half a dozen people who have purchased themselves copies after borrowing mine. Having never put much weight in astrology, this book made a believer out of me. Moreover, it provided some amazing insights on who I am and what the heck I'm up to.
I generally really like Zukav's work, and this is no exception. While a bit assumptive and occassionally bordering on arrogant, Seat of the Soul offers some great brain fodder for anyone exploring a spiritual path and curious to hear some interesting ideas on the nature of all things.

In this daring book by Inga Muscio, she explores, with candidness and humor, such traditional feminist issues as birth control, sexuality, jealousy between women, and prostitution with a fresh attitude for a new generation of women. Why do I like it? It was an eye-opening view on the etemology of the word, along with a broadened understanding of all things female.

Helpful? Damn skippy!


Having seen the 3 part IMAX 'Elegant Universe' series, I'm curious to delve more into the quantum mechanics of string theory and it's implications for us and our understanding of the universe.