Reading list

Reading list 2023-02-10T18:56:20+01:00

I have been trying to read one book a week for some years now. I started this journey inspired by a post from Julien Smith in late 2009. I always read a lot, but never took the time to keep track of how much. Having a goal helps me stay focused. I have a pretty busy schedule, but I always take the time everyday to read, whether at home or away. Whatever your habits are, I am sure you can find a few minutes a day to dedicate to a good book.

As my friend Anton says, I help keep bookstores (online and offline) profitable.

NOTE: Most of the links on this page are affiliate links. That means that I get a small fee when you buy, but you don’t pay one cent more. You’ll be helping me maintain my projects. So, thank you!

Books read in 2023

  1. Manifesto, by Bernardine Evaristo
  2. On Directing Film, by David Mamet
  3. As Notícias: Um manual de utilização, de Alain de Botton
  4. Let’s talk, by Nihal Arthanayake
  5. Work/World, by Sanjoy Roy
  6. Talk to me, by Dean Nelson

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