Tag Archives: Ayn Rand

My Thoughts On Atlas Shrugged

As I mentioned previously, I completed my reading of Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged this past Sunday.  The first word that comes to mind about my experience reading Ayn Rand’s work is WOW! Atlas Shrugged hands down has to be one of the best books I’ve ever read, period.  Bearing in mind that I’m fully aware of why […]

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A Brief Look At 2012

With 2011 quickly coming to an end, I thought I would take some time and take a brief look at some reading that I aim to do in 2012.  With 2011 being a pretty structured reading year, I’m looking at 2012 being not as structured. While I’m confident that I’ll be reading my fair share […]

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An Atlas Shrugged Weekend

As I mentioned in last Sunday’s post, December Is Here – Time To End 2011 With A Bang, it was my hope to complete my reading of Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged.  I’m relatively certain I didn’t post an introductory post, but here’s a quick summary of what the book is about, from Goodreads.com: This is […]

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December Is Here – Time To End 2011 With A Bang

It just seems like yesterday that it was January and the year was new.  I can’t believe how quickly 2011 has gone by.  Before I turn to what’s coming for December, I just want to take a moment to talk about this past month.  In November, I continue participating in a read-along for Leo Tolstoy’s […]

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Reading Groups

For as long as I can remember since I left school, I’ve pretty much read books solo.  One of the primary reasons for reading books without the benefit of a discussion partner is the fact that not too many people seem to be overly interested in reading whatever I’m reading at that particular moment in […]

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