I gave four grocery bags full of books to Goodwill today.
The books in the bags were books I’ve had in my bookcase for years. Most of them were purchased for very specific research on topics like appreciative inquiry or psychographics, or simply because they were popular at the time. They were all business related. I gave them to Goodwill because I couln’t find a good reason to recommend them. They simply didn’t stand out in my memory.
The Tipping Point didn’t make it into the bags.
I liked The Tipping Point. It was a quick read with a lot of interesting points to make and a book that lots of other people enjoyed as well. It is among a half-dozen other books that didn’t make it into the bag, but won’t be taking up permanent residence on my bookshelf. It’s also book I would have purchased for myself had it not been given to me as a gift on 4/21/2000. And if you haven’t read it yet, I’d like it to be my gift to you.
How to get The Tipping Point for free.
Just leave a comment below indicating that you haven’t read this book yet. I’ll randomly select one of the comments and send the book. But here’s the catch: When you read it, you have to write a review, then pass it on to someone else. It’s good to share.
Next on my giveaway list? A book on blogging.