Did you ever participate in those summer reading campaigns at your local library? Do you enjoy reading while on an airplane or in the back of a mini-van or on the hammock in the backyard? There is something about summers that make me want to read!
I have been getting some kind emails from people who have been reading Peppermint-Filled Pinatas on their vacations this summer.
Chuck sent me a really encouraging email and posted this on his Dangerous Dreamer blog: “i put the book down and began to weep. i was so broken…. i was convicted that my ability to “connect” with people doesn’t always have the right motive. i’m sometimes more interested in my agenda and motives than i am in them as a person.”
Joseph at “Seasons of Change” mentioned “Peppermint filled pinatas was a really good reminder of what it means to be relevant to a culture” in response to Craig Groeschel’s post on “Vacation Reading.”
Thanks for the kind emails and posts!
During my vacation last week, I enjoyed reading Seth Godin’s small is the new big and other riffs, rants, and remarkable business ideas plus listening on cd to Wikinomics.
My other summer reading goals include:
What are you reading and recommending?