Constructing a reading list

Today’s Prompt for #reverb10:

December 6 – Make. What was the last thing you made? What materials did you use? Is there something you want to make, but you need to clear some time for it? (Author: Gretchen Rubin)

I’ve been struggling with today’s prompt since this morning. The most recent thing I’ve made is chocolate chip pie. However, I wanted to focus on something related to my foray into the heritage world. I’m in the process of compiling a list of things I would like to read of re-read in the upcoming year. The part of the list I’ve completed so far is below:

History/Heritage Related Reading:

  1. Shingwauk’s Vision by JR Miller (re-read)
  2. Death So Noble: Memory, Meaning, and the First World War by Johnathan Vance
  3. The Madman and the Butcher by Tim Cook
  4. Compact, Contract, Covenant: Aboriginal Treaty-Making in Canada by JR Miller
  5. I’m also still debating about reading a number of books from the Extraordinary Canadians series

Fiction and Leisure reading:

  1. The Origin of Species by Nico Rici
  2. Fall of Giants by Ken Follett
  3. The Forrest Laird by Jack Whyte
  4. Sanctuary Line by Jane Urquhart
  5. Light Lifting by Alexander MacLeod

Considering my passion for books this version of the list is a shortened one of the list that seems to constantly be multiplying.

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