Books Read 2011

I’ve been meaning to post this for, oh, almost 4 months. I read an impressive number of books in 2011. Some of them were shorter-format e-books, most notably a set of them from David DuChemin’s Craft & Vision website.

Non-Fiction

  1. Dürer
  2. Art and Fear
  3. The Worst Journey in the World
  4. Hiking Anza-Borrego Desert State Park
  5. Ready for Anything
  6. Rites of Passage at $100,000+
  7. Innovate the Pixar Way
  8. The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs
  9. Aperture 3
  10. Europe
  11. Love and Logic Magic for Early Childhood
  12. What to Ask the Person in the Mirror

e-books

  1. Leo the Wise
  2. Ten More
  3. Creating Flow with OmniFocus
  4. Chasing the Look
  5. Drawing the Eye
  6. A Beginner’s Guide to Using Your iPad as a Business Productivity Tool
  7. The Inspired Eye, Volume 1
  8. The Inspired Eye,Volume 2
  9. Growing the Visionmonger
  10. Tell Your Time
  11. The Magic of Black and White

Fiction

  1. Our Dumb World: The Onion’s Atlas of the Planet Earth, 73rd Edition
  2. The Briar King
  3. The Charnel Prince
  4. The Phantom Tollbooth
  5. The Blood Knight
  6. The Born Queen
  7. A Princess of Mars

e-books

  1. Lost Tribe of the Sith #5: Purgatory
  2. Lost Tribe of the Sith #6: Sentinel