What’s On The Bookshelf? – II

Welcome back to the second installment of What’s On The Bookshelf?
This is where my compulsion to group authors together starts to go astray and my shelves begin to become a mixed bag of fiction and non-fiction.
Much more telling though is that this is the beginning of my public exposure as having what Buddhists call a Monkey Mind.

Small bookcase – Top Shelf, Second Half

  • Metal Fatigue – Sean Williams
  • Deception Point – Dan Brown
  • Haunted – Kelley Armstrong
  • Tales From Shakespeare – Charles and Mary Lamb
  • A Small Death in Lisbon – Robert Wilson
  • Atlas Shrugged – Ayn Rand
  • The Richest Man in Babylon – George S. Clason
  • Mulliner Nights – P.G.Wodehouse
  • Angels and Demons – Dan Brown
  • Six Thinking Hats – Edward de Bono
  • Tactics – Edward de Bono
  • Losing my Virginity – Richard Branson
  • Geisha – Liza Dalby
  • Digital Fortress – Dan Brown
  • A Dog’s Life – Peter Mayle

Still, at least the 18th and 19th century literature is now joined by modern thrillers, real people, mind expansion and yet another book about small hairy creatures.

Small bookcase – Second Shelf

  • Hot House People – Jane Walmsley & Jonathan Margolis
  • Chronicles of Tao – Deng Ming-Dao
  • Awaken Healing Energy Through the Tao – Mantak Chia
  • The Taoist Ways of Healing – Chee Soo
  • The Literature of Ancient Egypt
  • The Ancient Near East – Volume 1 – James Pritchard
  • The Seeing Stone (Arthur Series) – Kevin Crossley-Holland
  • Dreams – C.G.Jung
  • Quicker than the eye – Ray Bradbury
  • The Jugurthine War / The Conspiracy of Catiline – Sallust
  • The Histories – Herodotus
  • Frankenstein – Mary Shelley
  • Middlemarch – George Eliot
  • A Little Book of Scottish Verse
  • Tales of the Greek Heroes – Roger Lancelyn Green
  • The Civil War – Caesar
  • The Annals of Imperial Rome – Tacitus
  • The Campaigns of Alexander – Arrian
  • The Rise and Fall of Athens – Plutarch
  • The War with Hannibal – Livy
  • The Later Roman Empire (A.D. 354-378) – Ammianus Marcellinus
  • The Instant Millionaire – Mark Fisher
  • The Six Value Medals – Edward de Bono
  • Lateral Thinking – Edward de Bono
  • A Quiver Full of Arrows – Jeffrey Archer
  • The Artist’s Way – Julia Cameron
  • How to Practice: The Way to a Meaningful Life – His Holiness the Dalai Lama
  • Complete Works of Tacitus
  • The Twelve Caesars – Suetonius
  • The Knights/Peace/The Birds/The Assemblywomen/Wealth – Aristophanes
  • History of the Peloponnesian War – Thucydides
  • Integrity Selling – Ron Willingham
  • Monkey: A Journey to the West
  • Tales of Edgar Allan Poe
  • Tales of Mystery and Imagination – Edgar Allan Poe
  • The Neverending Story – Michael Ende
  • Flight of the Wind Horse – Niema Ash
  • Surpetition – Edward de Bono

Now what was I saying about adding modern literature to the collection? Maybe I went into reverse mode? And it looks like I must have at least one book featuring a furry beast on each shelf. What’s that saying about me?
I promise that the other shelves aren’t quite as dry, really.

A monkey mind expressed through books? Most definitely.

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