11th March 2009, 02:54 #21
Program Management Book of Knowledge (PMBOK). lol
I am studying for my Program Management Professional (PMP) license renewal exam.
27th March 2009, 10:15 #22
The Turn of the Screw: by Henry James
I've never read Henry James before, and this novella is probably a good place to start.
27th March 2009, 18:02 #23
Course work and more course and more course work
28th March 2009, 17:54 #24
Just finished Your Heart Belongs To Me by Dean Koontz A+. Now I'm about to start Run by Jeff Abbott.
Finished Run but I dont know what the heck I'm going to read now.
2nd April 2009, 19:44 #25
Book four of bloody course work
4th April 2009, 18:32 #26
4th April 2009, 18:36 #27
I must admit I'm having a hard time with his writing style (and I am used to reading his contemporaries). Plugging through it; it is a good story, just strangely told, which adds to the aura of mystery in it.
4th April 2009, 18:45 #28
you may also like The Portrait of a Lady, Henry James wrote this novel when he was in Venice.
You probably noticed that Henry James didn't write in american/english.
I studied this great author many years ago and I think he is was a genius
4th April 2009, 22:46 #29
18th April 2009, 22:27 #30
Blood Meridian by Cormac McCarthy - this has to be the most violent book I've ever read. Also, McCarthy seems to have discarded the use of quotation marks as unnecessary, and he likes the word "and" so much he uses it up to 13 times in a single sentence. Still, a very interesting read.