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10 Books That Touched Me

open-book-on-top-of-pile-of-booksMy friend Dawnna tagged me in a Facebook post where she listed 10 books that stayed with her for one reason or another. The goal is simply writing down 10 books that touched you without listing them in any particular order or over analyzing what should or shouldn’t be included. Then, you have to tag five friends and ask them to do the same. Since I thought this was a cool idea, I’m turning my list into a blog post. Please feel free to list your “10 Books That Touched You” in the comments section below.

  1. The Mark – Jason Pinter
  2. It – Stephen King
  3. The Pillars of the Earth – Ken Follett
  4. The Innocent – Harlan Coben
  5. Six Years – Harlan Coben
  6. The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous and Broke – Suze Orman
  7. Think Big and Kick Ass in Business and Life – Donald Trump
  8. No Way Back – Andrew Gross
  9. Sex Money KISS – Gene Simmons
  10. Napalm & Silly Putty – George Carlin

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2 thoughts on “10 Books That Touched Me

  1. I’ll play. First ten to come to mind. 🙂

    And the Band Played On – Randy Shilts
    Four Blondes – Candace Bushnell
    The Lords of Discipline – Pat Conroy
    The Great Santini – Pat Conroy
    Bare Knuckles and Back Rooms – Ed Rollins
    Stiffed – Susan Faludi
    Life Outside – Michaelangelo Signorile
    The Stand – Stephen King
    Power Plays – Dick Morris
    The Boz (Growing Up Bosworth) – Brian Bosworth

  2. Very cool, Curt. I haven’t read any of those books but I’ll have to check them out.

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