My interests include water skiing and wakeboarding, reading (obviously, what writer wouldn't want to read?), and general outdoor activities. In the winter you will definitely find me on the ski slopes. In the summer, when I'm not travelling, I'll be caught out on our boat with my wife and two Chihuahua's catching the much sought after sun rays.
Upton Sinclair. For his inspiring message. Kurt Vonnegut for his hopeful message. And Kilgore Trout for his tenacity. With several thousand books and short stories on science fiction he only had a single fan. This didnít stop him from writing. However, since he is a mythical figure I will say Vince Flynn because he is a fun fast read.
The Jungle was life changing.
Slaughterhouse Five a great look at how war effects people.
Timequake an interesting look at the future and what's important.
Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer both are childhood favorites.
The Catcher and the Rye another childhood favorite.
Paridise Lost very inspiring and up lifting.
To Kill a Mockinbird the only legal book i enjoyed.
The Agony and the Estacy i'm a big Michael Angelo fan.
Old man and the Sea a must read for everyone I believe one of Hemingway's best.