Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Book Roll

This Post is to document some of my reading endeavors.
There will be a couple of categories of books:

Books I have read
Books I am reading
Books I will read and currently own
Books I will read but do not own

If you have a book suggestion, feel free to email me about it. Bonus points if you buy it for me. Obviously, books that I do not own will not be a priority on my reading agenda.

I do not have as much free time as I would like, but I do read inhumanly fast, and I read for comprehension. This list is not all-inclusive. I am starting this list when I am 20 years old, so almost all of the books that I have read before now will not be on the list.

Books I have read
Art of the Deal by Donald Trump
How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big by Scott Adams
Strengthsfinder 2.0 by Tom Rath from Gallup
Pursuit of God by A.W. Tozer
Gorilla Mindset by Mike Cernovich

Couple of hundred misc. books

Books I am reading
The Bible (perpetually)
Influence by Robert Cialdini

Books I will read and currently own

Books I will read but do not own
The Byzantine Empire by Charles Oman
Cuckservative: How Conservatives Betrayed America by Vox Day, John Red Eagle
Ideas have Consequences - Richard M. Weaver


  1. The best intro to Matriarchy's is The Garbage Generation by Dr. Amneus. Amneus was a Shakesepeare scholar who taught at UCLA. After enduring two divorces he began researching the importance of fathers and how the matriarchy destroys culture and societal progress.

    Free copy here:

    Also online here:

  2. I've read all the one's you have listed as read except Strengthsfinder. Do you recommend it? I have several on my to do list, so don't want to get it if it isn't really worthwhile. Thanks for your thoughts on the SBC Resolution last week.

    1. Strengthsfinder is good if you don't already know how you function within a group business setting. I already knew I was mainly analytical, so it did not reveal anything to me that I did not in some way know. I would suggest reading is mainly to have a better understanding of how other people function and how the group can take advantage of that.