Here I share books I like, and it can be books you have read/heard about before or not. I read a lot, and therefor have many tips to share. It can be crime novels or it can be books on skiing/rock climbing.
Name: The Push
Author: Tommy Caldwell
The Push is an arresting story of focus, drive, motivation, endurance, and transformation, a book that will appeal to anyone seeking to overcome fear and doubt, cultivate perseverance, turn failure into growth, and find connection with family and with the natural world.
This time of year when it is getting colder by the minute, and shorter days are fast becoming a regular thing. Reading is the best thing to do in order to pass the time, and preferably in a sofa with a big cup of tea while listening to some music. I for one always need more tips for new books, and interesting texts/poems.
BOOK: The Secret Agent
Written by: Joseph Conrad
Prescient and shocking, The Secret Agent is a story of terrorism, espionage and revolutionary groups in nineteenth century London. Quiet shop owner Verloc is a member of an anarchist group, and a secret agent for a foreign country.
Book: A Vertical Mind
Author: Don McGrath and Jeff Ellison
Why can some climbers keep it together, and others run out climbing? Why do other people quickly grab the draw on a challenging sport route? Why do some hesitate and bail on big, intimidating climbs? Why are there those that climb obsessively for years to suddenly give it up and walk away? All interesting questing to ask yourself!
Name: “The Climb”
written by Anatoli Boukreev and G.Weston Dewalt.
This posting series shows some new, and some old books I want to read or have read.They are all books surrounding some of the same themes. Rock climbing, skiing, and overall hiking.
Book: Towards the Summit
Written by: Randi Skaug
New Year’s Eve of 2007 she stood on top of Mt.Vinson while the sky was sprinkling .It had been her hardest hike to date but now her confidence was back, and she was feeling a whole lot better.
This confidence would through a project help people in Afghanistan feel less afraid of having to step on landmines.