More for the collection…

I now have a big bookshelf. It’s massive. I mean, it’s taller than my talest friend. He’s 6’6.

We’re not taking Robert Wadlow-level gigantic (I’ll let you find out how tall he was) but it almost fills its space.

And the shelf is full of books. Of many genres and from many gifted writers. The thing is, most of those books are not mine, nor were they bought by me.

For a writer, that is pretty astounding. Poor, in fact. Such a position, along with the fact I’ll be ‘hauling behind’ to warmer climes shortly has made me realise that I could probably do with adding to my own collection.

So to you, most welcome visitor, I ask you to use the comments box below to make suggestions as to books you feel I absolutely should read, or need to read.

I’ll read every single book and post my thoughts further down the line…

Thank you for reading.

2 thoughts on “More for the collection…

  1. Any of the Thomas Harris books for Hannibal
    “Cityboy: Beer and Loathing in the Square Mile” – Geraint Anderson (standard from me) there is a less successful follow up. Not well written but i liked it
    Oddly i found this book really interesting (more than anything)- “Monster: The Autobiography of an L.A. Gang Member”
    Sadly i did like “One Day” by David Nicholls (sad romantic that I am)

  2. Hi! As requested by my lovely colleague, I’m introducing you some useful textbooks if your interested in financial regulation and venture capital 😅
    1. “Venture Deals:Be Smarter Than Your Lawyer and Venture Capitalist” written by Jason Mendelson. It’s now on the third edition I recall.

    2. “Regulation of EU Financial Market :MifFID II and MiFIR”- multiple editors but it’s published by Oxford University. Useful to understand the up-to date financial world( well.. still useful even taking Brexit in consideration.

    3. “Examples & Explanations for Securities Regulation” by Alan Palmiter.( now on 7th edition, it was on 5th when I first read it..God!)

    They are not super complicated, quite explanatory actually. Hope you enjoy it!

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