…one man's contribution to the Weeeeerly Wild World
Book preference: #second-hand #non-fiction #hardbacks
I always have a book (or two… or three) on the go (okay, I try to limit myself to one at a time unless they are considerably different). The challenge for me is to find the time (and sometimes motivation) to write about what intrigues me whilst reading them.
– The architect of the Great Pyramid reconsidered in the light of creational mythology.
Since I’ve owned a 10 volume set of these old encyclopdias since my childhood, but never read them, I thought I would read one volume a year – I’m on target and working my way through Volume , reading 1/12th of a volume each month.
Here’s a recent blog post of interest:
I picked up a copy of this from a charity shop – the old English is a challenge but made easier when I acquired a translated copy.
Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales
Nature’s Ways by Ruth Binney
The Desiderata of Happiness by Max Ehrmann
The Wind in my Wheels by Josie Dew