Superpower by David J Schwartz. I'm nervous about where it is going.
Good morning, son
In twenty years from now
Maybe we'll both sit down and have a few beers
And I can tell you 'bout today
And how I picked you up and everything changed
It was pain
Sunny days and rain
I knew you'd feel the same things...
I'm about 1/3 way through "Wolves of Calla". I'm REALLY enjoying this series of books. I didn't think that I would like them so much. I didn't realize Stephen King was able to right a book that is equal parts horror, fantasy, love-story, western and just flat out awesome.
After I finish the series, I think I'm taking a break from "series" for awhile. I had planned on finishing Harry Potter (2nd time) but I think I need some easy reads. Probably read 1984, Animal Farm or possibly Tim Russert's book I just picked up.
Attempted to read "I'm With Stupid" by Elaine Szewczyk, but 65 pages into it, I had no clue what was going on or who the characters were or where they were. And the book description made it sound like a great book, but I tried to read it 3 times and just gave up.
So now i'm reading "Deep In The Heart Of Trouble" by Deeanne Gist.
Press today is so concerned with cool vs. not cool that they're starting to forget good vs. bad. I'm not sure I'll ever be "cool", but I will always tirelessly strive to be "great". - Josh Groban
The Man Who Invented Christmas: How Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol Rescued His Career and Revived Our Holiday Spirits by Les Standiford.
It is about how what we all today call "the true meaning of Christmas" never really existed before A Christmas Carol. A time of family and friends is not the old notion associated with Christmas. So far it is quite interesting, just what I expected from Standiford, whose Last Train to Paradise: Henry Flagler and the Spectacular Rise and Fall of the Railroad That Crossed an Ocean and Meet You in Hell: Andrew Carnegie, Henry Clay Frick, and the Bitter Partnership That Transformed America I have also read.