Books by Their Title


For as long as I can remember I have loved books. Not for reading so much, although at times I have fallen in love with specific books. Gone With The Wind; One For The Money; The Mists of Avalon; Outlander: and many books about King Henry VIII and many unfortunate wives.

Now I am exploring an ereader and with keen interest I discover a delight, likely unintentional by the creator, but truly appreciated by me. I find that I can shop for books by their covers. By their titles. And then download, for no cost, the short “free preview” and have the books lining the lovely virtual wooden bookshelves on my ebook library. What a delight.

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to my World
The Moveable Feast
A Year in the World
Adventure Divas
Avoiding Prison and Other Noble Vacation Goals
Best Girlfriend Getaways Worldwide
Brunetti’s Venice
Cinque Terre Sights
Color Your Future
Count Your Blessings
CruiseShip Tricks
Daily Inspirations from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari
Day Tours of Rome: Passage to Roma 2010
Discover Your Destiny
Drive: The Surprising Truth
Educating Alice: Adventures of a Curious Woman
Easy Travels in South Africa
Family Wisdom from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari
Ernest Hemingway on Writing
Fly Solo
For the Love of Ireland
Green Hills of Africa
Grow Rich! With Peace of Mind
Hitching Rides with Buddha
How I Write
How to be Rich
How to Sell Your Way Through Life
Incontinent on the Continent
Italy, the Magic Land
I’m Off Then
Left at Home
Make Your First Million in Network Marketing
Margarita Nights
Napoleon Hill’s Golden Rules
Napoleon Hill’s Keys to Success
No Vulgar Hotel
Navigating the World of Network Marketing
Novel Destinations
Queen of the Road
Roads Less Traveled
Running Away to Home
Sailing Alone Around the World
Slow Journeys: The Pleasures of Traveling by Foot
Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude
The 100 Best Volunteer Vacations
The 7 Step System to Building a $1,000,000 Network Marketing Business
The Best Advice I Ever Got
The Best Travel Writing 2011
The Best Women’s Travel Writing
The Color Code
The Greatness Guide
The Leader Who Had No Title
The Master Key to Riches
The Metabolic Plan
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari
The Spontaneous Healing of Belief
The Tao of Travel
The Thank You Economy
To the End of the Earth
Today Matters
Top Secrets for Getting Started in Network Marketing
Travel Agent Secrets: How to Plan Your Vacations Like a Pro
What Would Napoleon Hill Do?
Who Will Cry When You Die?
Without Reservations
Words in a French Life
You Inc: The Art of Selling Yourself
Your Magic Power to Be Rich

Do you wish you could find out about other people by the books they read? By the titles that line their bookshelves and are stacked by their bedside tables? By the collection saved in their ereaders?

My life is an “open book” and your are welcome to join me on my journey of self discovery as I wander through these and countless other magnificent titles. I hope to share many more with you and hope you can share a few with me.

There is a taste of brilliant writers lined up on my bookshelf in my new ereader (Thanks Steve and Mom!) and I am up at the buffet, taking a wee taste of each. There are some brilliant writers I would never have discovered had it not been for the boring words I use every day scrambled cleverly in a title of the book.

And then inside, ahhhhh the magic is handed over. The real essence of the author, the soul of the person is revealed in a taste of letters and white space. I am so excited to explore the combinations and transmutations.

Must run now and find my next title …. Tba.

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