Over seven years ago, I received an article submission for INeedCoffee by Myron Joshua. He wrote a profile on author and coffee fan Saul Bellow. I decided that one of these days I was going to get around to reading a book by Saul Bellow. That day finally came.
Seize the Day (Penguin Classics) by Saul Bellow is a classic short story. At only 114 pages it was perfect for me to take a break away from my usual non-fiction reading selections. The book told the story of a man that let blame, resentment, fear and anger destroy his thinking and his life. Good story.
Dec 2, 2008 — 9:52 am
..and a great case for reading “The Secret” (even though you called this the worst book of the year in 2007 🙂 ) and Wayne Dyer’s “The Power of Intention”.