Books I am currently reading (updated January, 2018)

I am usually a fan of non-fiction, naturalist books and I usually have a few books open that I read simultaneously.

In addition, I read a couple of sailing magazines and the Wine Spectator.  Case-in-point, I hardly have any time for TV and I like it like that.

My current books are:

The Forest Unseen, A Year’s Watch in Nature ... David George Haskell
Thank God for Evolution ... Michael Dow
Tartine Bread ... Chad Robertson
Enviromedics, The Impact of Climate Change on Human Health ... Jay Lemery, MD, and Paul Auerbach, MD
Coyote America ... Dan Flores
In Training ... Stephen Voss

Some the recent books I read, or that I still regularly consult are:

Old man and the sea ... Earnest Hemingway
First You have to Row a Little Boat: reflections of Life & Living ... by: Richard Bode
The Mayo Clinic Guide to Stress-Free Living ... by: Amid Sood ... Done.  Need to keep re-reading this one.
The Sixth Extinction ... by: Elizabeth Kolbert ... Done.  Great book and an eye opener.  After reading this book I am now going through life realizing that today is the last time the world is going to be this way and it will never be the same.  When we were working in Africa, we felt blessed for probably being the last generation to see the rhino in the wild.  Call it mindfulness.
52 Loaves ... by William Alexander  ... Done, another great book
Blue Mind ... by Wallace J. Nichols
Buddha Standard Time: awakening to the infinite possibilities of now ... by: Lama Surya Das
Bread: A baker's book of techniques and recipes ... by: Jeffery Mamelman
Thinking Fast and Slow ... by Daniel Kahneman
The Rye Bread Baker ... Stanley Ginsberg

I assume this reading list shows you my interest in nature, biology, bread baking, the mind, and bonsai (In Training).

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