I love to read. I have friends who wonder how I ever have time to read, working and being the parent of small children. But like anything else in life, if I want to do something I have to make time for it.
This month I’m making time for Rosa Say’s love affair with books. It’s the total win-win for readers: if I can’t get to the books themselves, I’m going to get great reviews and suggestions to fill out my "to-read" list. I’m contributing a piece, and can’t wait for the other recommendations that will come out this Friday.
Not that I really need more books to read. I had a hard time enough time choosing which book I wanted to dive into for Rosa’s book party: the ones I list here on my blog’s side bar, all important ones to me; or one of the ones on my book shelf that I really want to read but haven’t dived into yet. It’s a great unfinished task: there will always be more books to read than I can get to.
Come back Wednesday to check out my thoughts on Meg Wheatley’s Finding Our Way: Leadership for an Uncertain Time. I’ve wanted to read her work for a long time, and this book of essays has lit some new fires for me. I’m percolating on it now, and look forward to a great dialog with you!
How do books contribute to your making a difference?
What books have made a difference to you?