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I am making great progress on my book projects. The outline and topics are almost completed for my nonfiction book on technical recruiting and the story I am fleshing out for my fiction book is also coming along nicely.

This week I’m focusing on a book about the Thirty Years’ War. I have never really understood this conflict, so I wanted to learn more about it. The book is on my list below and is free on Amazon.

I’m headed off to the gym. Have a great Thursday everyone!


The Shariyat Ki Sugmad, Paul Twitchell

Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Harriet Beecher Stowe

The Spiritual Exercises of ECK, Harold Klemp

Kobo: A Story of the Russo-Japanese War, Herbert Strang

The Dual Between France and Germany, Charles Sumner – This was an interesting book. I thought it would be more specific to the war aspects but was more of a report by Charles Sumner to President Grant about the war and the recommendations he is making to him. I enjoyed the read.

The Thirty Years’ War 1618 – 1648, Samuel Rawson Gardner


Mindshift: Break Through Obstacles to Learning and Discover Your Hidden Potential

Public Policy, Hillsdale College

Learning how to Learn, Coursera – Just finished this course. Wow! It was terrific learning about the brain, test-taking tips and tricks, and the best ways to learn new material. I highly recommend this one!

Mini-Habits Course, Udemy (putting this one on hold until August)


None are on my hit list this week.


None are on my hit list this week.


The West Wing (Currently on Netflix)

Until next time…