My Reading List

A blog that is mostly about reading wouldn’t be much of anything without a reading list! I have decided to publish mine for a few reasons:
1. It allows readers to cross check my work in the event that I have made mistakes.

2. It allows people who are interested in the same things I am to follow along with my progress. I am hoping that seeing my reading list will give insight into my thought process and enrich any feedback I receive.

There are a few things that should be kept in mind when scanning my reading list. The list of past books is in reverse chronological order, whereas the list of upcoming books is in forward chronological order. Also bear in mind that the list of past books is not meant to be a bibliography of every scholarly work I have ever read. The list only includes books that I either finished after my website came online, or while I was still setting it up. Also note that none of these lists contain works of fiction.

Oh, and if you think that there is a book out there that would interest me, please feel free to leave a comment below.

I hope you find these books as enjoyable as I have.

Happy reading!

What I’m Currently Reading

TitleAuthorEst. Completion DatePercentage CompleteLink
The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World OrderSamuel P. HuntingtonJune 15, 20200%Amazon

Last Updated: April 16, 2020

What I Plan on Reading

TitleAuthorEst. Completion DateLink
Why Nations FailDaron AcemogluTBDAmazon

Last Updated: January 27, 2019

Past Books I’ve Read

TitleAuthorCompletion DateLink
So Good They Can’t Ignore YouCal NewportApril, 2019 (Estimated)Amazon
The Transformation of WarMartin Van CreveldJanuary 23, 2019Amazon
Laughing At My NightmareShane BurcawDecember 28-29, 2018Amazon
The Presidency of Barrack ObamaJulian E. Zelizer, Et Al.August 2018Amazon

Last Updated: April 16, 2020

UPDATE: As of April 16, 2020, I had to disable comments on this page. I am sad about that, but keeping spam off of this page has become a daily chore since at least February.