Picture worth a hundred books

I finally did it. Now that I have a camera, I photographed my review book pile. It’s actually got one book in it that technically isn’t a review book (it was a contest win), and it’s missing one cookbook that I didn’t see an easy way of adding to the stack, as well as today’s review book: Weltman & Katt’s Complete Idiot’s Guide to Starting an eBay Business. Now it’ll be easier to see if I can beat the pace of books—or if they beat me.

It’s funny; it used to be that things overwhelmed me very easily. This challenge, however, just motivates and excites me. I think that’s partially because (mentally speaking) things have been getting a whole lot better of late. You know things are going well, after all, when you and the therapist you’ve been seeing for your PTSD agree that you don’t need to set up a ‘next’ appointment—you’ll just call her if and when you have any problems. I think it’s also because I finally realized some months ago that reading & reviewing books is what I love doing. I don’t know why; it just is.

So here’s that photo:

books, reading

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4 comments on “Picture worth a hundred books
  1. ScottM says:

    That’s an impressive and cool stack. Which idiot’s guide will you start with?

  2. heather says:

    We’re already cooking with the pizza & panini book this week. And yes, the review will include photos of homemade pizza! 😀

  3. Susan says:

    Very impressive stack! All those idiot guides, you’ll be an expert when you finally finish reading them! 🙂 Now I know what you mean by ‘tingle’ at your review stack!

  4. heather says:

    Susan: I love learning about new things, so the idiot’s guides tend to be just plain fun!

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