“A book is a dream that you hold in your hand,” said Neil Gaiman, and I certainly share his feeling about good books. On this site, I hope to feature and review many fine books, eventually.
Bear with me!
I promise to choose well!
Grandmaster Andrew Soltis’ “365 Chess Master Lessons” features in Blog Post #5: St. Andrew;
Two great chess books by world-class grandmaster Boris Gelfand get special mention in Blog Post #11: Good Secrets;
A to Z Chess Tactics features in Blog Post #21: Everyone Is Invited;
The New Sicilian Dragon, a 2009 Everyman Chess book by Grandmaster Simon Williams (the ‘Ginger GM’) gets special mention in Blog Post #23: Neighbors;
Sarah Young’s “Jesus Calling” gets special mention in Blog Post #24: One True Treasure Beyond Measure
“The Modernized Reti” by International Chess Grandmaster Adrien Demuth gets specially reviewed in Blog Post #29: Refreshing Reading;
Below: GM Adrien Demuth
Below: WGM Erika Sziva who runs De Beste Zet chess shop www.debestezet.nl
A powerful quote from Pope Francis’ Little Book Of Wisdom is included in Blog Post #37: Iedereen Is Belangrijk
Great books feature in Blog Post #46: Chess Gems Galore from Thinkers Publishing!
A very fine Mathematics book from Cambridge features in
One of the many wonderful books by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer features in Blog Post #72: Appreciation of Beauty
Robert Morris’ superb ‘The Blessed Life, Unlocking the Rewards of Generous Living’ (first published way back in 2002) is highly recommended in Blog Post #81: Top of the Class, Nice Niklas!!
Books feature nicely in Blog Post #83: Magical Duets!