Reading list

Reading list 2019-09-02T11:07:20+00:00

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 Amazon and other bookstores (online and offline) profitable.

Books read in 2019

  1. How to write about theatre, by Mark Fisher
  2. Marketing das Artes em directo, by Rita Curvelo
  3. How plays work, by David Edgar
  4. Making it Big in Shorts, by Kim Adlemam
  5. The Handmaid’s Tale, by Margaret Atwood
  6. The Secret Life of Plays, by Steve Waters
  7. Defensa de la Creación, by José Antonio de Ory
  8. Histórias, by Susan Sontag
  9. Think like an artist, by Will Gompertz
  10. Cadernos de Lanzarote III, by José Saramago
  11. As notícias, by Alain de Botton
  12. O ano sabático, by João Tordo
  13. Less, by Andrew Sean Greer
  14. O Negócio Do Século XXI, by Robert T. Kiyosaki
  15. O Espaço do Tempo 15, by Cláudia Galhós
  16. O Angolano que comprou Lisboa (por metade do preço), by Kalaf Epalanga
  17. On Writers and Writing, by Margaret Atwood
  18. Kitchen confidential, by Anthony Bourdain
  19. Machines like me, by Ian McEwan
  20. The miracle morning, by Hal Elrod
  21. Secrets of the Millionaire Mind, by T. Harv Eker
  22. Zen – A arte de viver simplesmente, by Shunmyo Masuno
  23. The Magic of Thinking Big, by David J. Schwartz
  24. Life in 50mm, by Tanya Nagar
  25. Photographers on Photography: How the Masters See, Think and Shoot, by Henry Carroll
  26. Superfans, by Pat Flynn
  27. Cartas a um jovem poeta, by Rainer Maria Rilke
  28. Will it fly?, by Pat Flynn
  29. The One thing, by Gary Keller
  30. How to write non-fiction, by Joanna Penn

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