Winter Reads – 2008-2009 – Batch III

Another quick update on my third batch of books read so far during this nasty early winter, and I have added a cumulative list to help me keep track of my reading goals:

  • Seed to Seed – Seed Saving & Growing Techniques, by Suzanne Ashworth
  • Molon Labe – Come and Take Them (A Novel), by Kenneth W. Royce
  • Everything You Know is Wrong, by  Russ Kick (ed.)
  • YASME – The Danny Weil & Colvin Radio Expeditions, by James D. Cain
  • Earth Sheltered Houses, by Rob Roy
  • Small Strawbale – Natural Homes, Projects & Designs, by Bill Steen & Others
  • Building Green, by Clarke Snell & Tim Callahan
  • The Age of Bede, by Betty Radice (ed.)

Previously Read This Winter:

  1. Ten Years Behind the Mast – The Voyage of Theodora R, by Fritz Damler
  2. The Polically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution, by Kevin Gutzman
  3. When All Hell Breaks Loose, by Cody Lundi
  4. Transfer (A Novel), by Jerry Furland
  5. The Electric Car, by Michael Westbrook
  6. The Adventure Motorbiking Handbook, by Chris Scott
  7. Getting Things Done – The Art of Stress-Free Productivity, by David Allen
  8. Patriots – Surviving the Coming Collapse, by James Wesley Rawles
  9. The Unthinkable – Who Survives When Disaster Strikes – And Why, by Amanda Ripley
  10. Celsius 7/7, by Michael Gove
  11. The Blacksmith’s Craft – A Primer of Tools and Methods, by Charles McRaven
  12. Leaving the Left, by Keith Thompson
  13. The Politically Incorrect Guide to Science
  14. The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam and the Crusades
  15. Rocket Mass Heaters – Superefficient Woodstoves You Can Build, by Ianto Evans & Leslie Jackson
  16. Flirting with Disaster: Why Accidents Are Rarely Accidental, by Marc Gerstein & Michael Ellsberg
  17. Sway: The Irresistible Pull of Irrational Behavior, by Ori Brafman & Rom Brafman

I am continuing to do better my goal of reading a book-a-week, and again it looks like the continued hard winter will let maintain the pace.  Sure glad I paid attention as a child on learning how to read rapidly.

Let me know if you want information on a specific title, as unless it is Amateur Radio focused they won’t be reviewed here.

73 & Happy Reading


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