Following up on yesterday’s post about reading, I thought it would be helpful to me and possibly useful for you to find out what books I’ve been busy recommending and referring to in my blog.
So I started a list. You can find it in the header, to the right of “About” and “Best of the Blog.”
It’s comprehensive as far as the blog goes, and will be updated in concert with new posts. It’s not intended to be a “recommended reading list” and it doesn’t include many of my favorites, but I’m surprised at how many of my favorites it does contain — and how long it is already!
If you’re curious, you can find out where the books were originally referred to simply by clicking on them, which will take you to the post where they first appeared.
I’d love to hear your comments and I feel safe in saying that so will my fellow readers. I know I’m not alone in wanting to hear what others think, what has inspired, what has illuminated and what has befuddled.
Elaine Lang said:
Yeah, that one’s tough sledding. Especially if taken as a meal, rather than in bite-sized chunks. But it presents classical French dressage training more comprehensively than any other book I’ve read. I think if you continue on in dressage, it will become less befuddling.
Befuddled, now that’s a good word 😉