“Love That Boy” by Ron Fournier

“Love That Boy” by Ron Fournier was an interesting book about fatherhood. Not being a Dad yet this made me think about how I was raised. My Dad always pushed me to the best at everything I did and I’m glad he did. This book goes over how to father without discouraging your kid. Great lessons to learn. READ IT.

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“Makers and Takers” by Peter Schweizer

“Makers and Takers” by¬†Peter Schweizer was a very right sided book with some good examples why conservatives have a all around better life. Being a conservative, I even thought this book was very biased to say the least. I understand where he was coming from but some of the examples were very off the wall. Other than that it was a very interesting book to read and I¬†recommend anyone to read this book to see the conservative perspective.

“The Field Guide to Sports Metaphors” Josh Chetwynd

“The Field Guide to Sports Metaphors” by Josh Chetwynd was a very factual and interesting book. When reading it, I knew most of the terms but did not know the history behind it. It is amazing to hear the history behind a simple term that is used every day in a particular sport. If you are a sports junkie like me you will love this book. It is a great book to read while you are using the restroom and need to kill time!

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