Books Read in May ’16

May was the finishing up of Season 2 of The Real, followed by three weeks in Portugal (along with two nights in Istanbul, Turkey) for our honeymoon. The long flights, train rides, and beach time left a decent amount of time for reading, including books nabbed at a charming bookstore in Lagos and the airport in Lisbon.

Best May BookTurning Pro by Steven Pressfield – I read Pressfield’s War of Art a few years ago, so I am late to the game with Turning Pro. It espouses a mindset I’ve worked toward for a long time, and despite setbacks, I still endeavor toward a seriousness in my projects, my writing, and my work.

Other Non-Fiction Reads:

The Only Investment Guide You’ll Ever Need by Andrew Tobias – a great introduction to basically every type of investment option you have, or would want to consider.

Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game by Michael Lewis

The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

Other Fiction Reads:

The Cave by José Saramago – when in Portugal, read a famous Portuguese writer.

About Grace by Anthony Doerr

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