I almost always have multiple books on the go. In fact, if you look at my Goodreads page, you’ll see I’ve got something like seven books on the go at any given time. Some of what I read is not terribly profound. Much of it is fun and goofy. A few are pretty heavy—the sort where you read a few pages and then set it down for a while.
Today on Reading Writers, I’m giving you a look at what’s on my bookshelf right now, and sharing a few thoughts on six books I’m currently working my way through.
In this episode, you’ll hear
- A (good) comparison to The Princess Bride;
- A little about the disciplines around getting things done; and
- Whether or not it’s possible for a writer to return to a character they’re familiar with and do something new.
The books discussed in this episode
- Superman: Lois and Clark by Dan Jurgens and Lee Weeks
- On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness by Andrew Peterson
- The 4 Disciplines of Execution by McChesney, Covey and Huling
- The Heroic Boldness of Martin Luther by Steven Lawson
- Traveling with Martin Luther by Cornelia Domer
- Good Faith by David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons
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