I found a recipe book that is meat free and all about cooking vegetables. 😀
I’m arranging my bookshelf looking for some useful or inspiring and not too old books which can be donated to the Central Library. The library has its own instruction. Books with publish date more than a decade or books with are not accepted. I have to choose my books carefully, trying my best to match my donations to what the library asks for.
After a month, the library will send letter to books donors informing them which books are accepted. Then, people can choose to go collecting back the books that are not accepted or choose to remain in the library letting the library to sell those books for charity. 😀
Why not start the New Year with a new reading goal list before January ends? I have found some new books that interest me, and I have the desire to start a new reading list, but every time when I look at the unread books placed silently on my bookshelves, that desire fades.
I gathered up all the unread books (physical books and e-books) that I have purchased over the last year and I found that the number of these books is just only … five. 🙂
Here is the list of my unfinished books:
– The User Illusion: Cutting Consciousness Down To Size, by Tor Norretranders;
– Energy Medicine: Balancing Your Body’s Energies For Optimal Health, Joy, And Vitality Updated And Expanded, by Donna Eden and David Feinstein;
– Conscious Dreaming: A Spiritual Path For Every Day Life, by Robert Moss;
– Projections Of The Consciousness, by Waldo Vieira;
– The Notebook, by Nicholas Sparks
Comparing with people who have got dozens or hundreds of unfinished books on the shelves, this is really not a big number. 😀
How many unfinished books do you own? I hope you get started reading them now!
Camera: Canon EOS 450D
Photo created on January 12, 2012.