Books read in 2016

January 2016
Mike Rohde “The Sketchnote Handbook”
Christopher Hart “Cartoon Cute Animals”
Shawn Achor “The Happiness Advantage”

February 2016
Kate Fox “Watching the English, second edition” (stick to the first edition or just read the conclusion)

March 2016
Neil Gaiman “The Graveyard Book”
Todd Henry “The Accidental Creative” (re-read for book club)
Robert Sutton and Huggy Rao “Scaling Up Excellence”

April 2016
Marcus Aurelius “Meditations”
Fr James Martin “The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything: A Spirituality for Real Life”
Danny Gregory “Art Before Breakfast: A Zillion Ways to be More Creative No Matter How Busy You Are”
Carol Dweck “Mindset: The New Psychology of Success”

May 2016
Charles Duhigg “Smarter Faster Better: The Secrets of Being Productive in Life and Business”
Terry Pratchett “Going Postal”
Ed Emberley “Make a World”
James Autry “The Servant Leader”
Suzanne McNeill “Florabunda Woodland: Super Simple Art Doodles”

June 2016
Sarah Skeate “Doodle Drawing: Imagine, Explore, Create”
Terry Pratchett “A Blink of the Screen, collected short fiction”

July 2016
Elle Luna “The Crossroads of Should and Must”
Danny Gregory “Shut Your Monkey”

August 2016
Benedict Jacka “Faded”
Benedict Jacka “Cursed”
Benedict Jacka “Taken”
Benedict Jacka “Chosen”
Benedict Jacka “Hidden”
Benedict Jacka “Veiled”

September 2016
Benedict Jacka “Burned”
Rob Temple “Very British Problems”

October 2016
Ryan Holiday “The Obstacle Is The Way”
Peter Bevelin “A few lessons from Sherlock Holmes”
Charles Duhigg “The Power of Habit”
Ken Iverson “Plain Talk”

November 2016
D. Michael Abrashoff “It’s Your Ship”

December 2016
Donald Sull “Simple Rules: How to Thrive in a Complex World”
Maureen ‘Marzi’ Wilson “Introvert Doodles”

Started, not finished
Travis Bradberry, Jean Greaves “Emotional Intelligence 2.0”
Todd Henry “Louder than words” (I’ll get back to this one)
Danny Gregory “The Creative License: Giving Yourself Permission to Be The Artist You Truly Are”
Martin Boroson “One Moment Meditation”
Aaron James “Assholes, a theory” (all dry theory and philosophy)
Stephen King “Everything’s Eventual”
Eric Ries “The Lean Startup”
Paul Cornell “London Falling”
Chuck Klosterman “I wear the black hat”