I discovered the joy of reading as a little kid. My library card was one of my most prized possessions and it allowed me to escape to worlds created by Arthur C. Clarke, Robert Heinlein, Stephen King, and so many others.
During my career in Corporate America, time was so pressed that I read primarily for work—contracts, nonfiction books, manuals, etc. Now I have the time again for pleasure and read about 100 books a year in a wide variety of genres. I highlight some of the most memorable below.
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