One of the very real joys of the path I am on currently, is that I am now finding that I have the time to start in reading the ever growing stack of books I have bought at one time or another. Some date back almost 15 years, to a mysterious but lovely little bookseller in St. Louis, where you had to knock on the door and if you looked acceptable to the owner, he would let you in to shop..
Still, much like a drug addiction, the books you have just aren't enough.
Today's order from betterworldbooks:
Survival with Style : Bradford Angier (1972)
Hayduke Lives! : Edward Abbey (Hardcover, 1990)
Epitaph for a Desert Anarchist : James Bishop (Hardcover, 1994)
Rational Choice and Moral Agency : David Schmidtz (Paperback, 1997)
On the Shortness of Life : C.D.N. Costa, Lucius Annaeus Seneca (Paperback, 2005)
I am always looking for good sources for cheap books so if you have any suggestions.. send them along!
If you have not yet discovered it, I recommend GoodReads.com. Wonderful site which for me at least provides a more than acceptable alternative to browsing in a book shop, which has always seemed to me to be lacking in online book sellers. You just don't get the random factor in online searches or even browsing without having to manually sort though more listings than you would have to see books in a shop. I've not found a better or more comfortable source of book inspiration online.
Plus for those who are more social than I tend to be, you can even meet interesting people who share your love of books, or particular genres. Heck, even I have met a few interesting people who share some of my more quirky or obscure interests.. check it out..