You can’t say no to a book meme tag

Especially when it is Troy Worman doing the tagging. So, here we go 🙂

1. How many books do you own? Wow…kids books, tons. Grown up books, only what I am into at the moment. I only hold on to about 50 of my favorites and send the rest on to others that would like them.

2. What was the last book you read? Chasing Cool by Noah Kerner and Gene Pressman

3. What was the last book you purchased? Writer’s Market 2008

4. What five books are most meaningful to you? Hmmm…This list changes…

5. What is your most obscure favorite book? Or, favorite most obscure book… The Tao of Pooh – Not sure if it is obscure…but we’ll go with it.

Now I will tag five phenom bloggy folks

Anne Hart
Eric Peterson
Kris Berg


  1. April-
    Thank you for the tag. I appreciate it. Troy had also tagged me, so I posted mine a couple days ago. I’ll update that post to link back here to you too.

    I think I may have to check out that Tao of Pooh. I bet that one’s pretty good. I’ve read a couple Zen books (Zen and the Art of Archery and Zen and the Art of Poker), and they were pretty good reads, so I’ll have to try a Tao book now.

  2. What am I supposed to do with this tag? Am I “it?”

    I can’t remember how many thousands of books I’ve owned, read, and thrown out.

    We need clean shelf space here.

  3. You have no obvious way to contact you on any of your blogs. 🙂 Just sayin. I had a clever reparte and could not find where to send it.

    This needs to be prominent, baby. Look into it.

  4. Creechman – sure I do…

    And yep, your it…you write a post on your blog…and then you can tag others and be un-it.

  5. Eric – Guess I should have paid better attention – but now you know people are especially curious about your bookshelf 🙂


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