Thursday, September 24, 2020

The Books on My Bookshelf

 It has become a trend to talk about the books on someone's bookshelf that you see in the background of people on their Zoom meetings, and to analyze what their books say about a person's personality. The way my webcam is set up, my bookshelf is not in the background, so you would never see it. So I thought I would share a list of the books on my bookshelves:

Harry Potter Books 1 through 7

Dragons of Autumn Twilight

The Crystal Shard

A Spell for Chameleon

ElfQuest Volume 1

The Moon is a Harsh Mistress

John Locke's Second Treatise of Government

F.A. Hayek's The Road to Serfdom

A copy of all of my own books: Rob Seablue and the Eye of Tantalus, The Office of Heavenly Restitution, Project Utopia, The Prince, The Girl and The Revolution, The Golden Wand Trilogy, The Apple of Knowledge, Golden Rule Libertarianism, What They Won't Tell You About Objectivism, XYAB Economics, A Law and Economics Approach to Litigation Costs, A System of Legal Logic, and On Forgiveness

Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead

Ten Philosophical Mistakes by Mortimer J. Adler

That's it (other than some "Teach Yourself How to Speak Spanish" books that I bought when I went through a phase where I tried to learn Spanish, only to learn that I am not good at learning other languages.) The reason why there aren't more is that, usually, after I read a book, I donate it to my local public library! Or buy a Kindle edition.