Quick synopsis of book number five of 2016.
I really enjoyed this book and felt like it was a light read for anyone wanting to do one thing: one year without a purchase. Scott Dannemiller begins telling you that a crazy goal like this can be possible, just read their story!
He entertains well and has many one-liners that had me snickering and thinking of my own dad’s jokes. He was a good writer, no complaints about incorrect grammar or long sentences. I felt like it fell short on showing you exactly how-to do a year without a purchase; of course, you can read their story and relate to it, but it does not come with detailed instructions as a self-help book would. But that was my fault in reading the title through that perspective.
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I am moving along, slowly, but surely, on my 2016 book challenge! How many books have you read this year? What kind of books/genre are you reading?