Sunday, March 6, 2011

Don Miller's the Man

I'm kind of a fan.

I actually didn't start out as one (I was the only guy in the world who didn't love Blue Like Jazz) but I thought Searching For God Knows What is the most fantastic book that nobody's read.

And since then, I've been loving his blog. It's like you can see him growing in realtime. I'll be really curious to see what he's like at 50 instead of 40. In the meantime, Don's got this book you may have heard of... Million Miles in a Thousand Years. Check it out:

What story are you telling? from Rhetorik Creative on Vimeo.

The paperback releases today. Get your copy here, if you're into crass commercialism and owning physical copies of books (and hey, who isn't?):

Buy it on Amazon.

Don, if you're reading this, you might like this: Clicky.


I haven't had much reading time in the past month, but have used almost every private moment this weekend to catch up on my overweight Google Reader feed. This is kinda fun, I thought:

You could make the case (and I have to myself) that I'm spending far too much time taking in and not enough time creating. Breaking Rule Number Nine, and all that. My only (poor) excuse is that my special project at work right now is really taking it out of me, but it will be over soon and I can go home to Tara. I mean, over soon and I have lots of things to write about.

I actually bought, but haven't yet had the willpower to do anything exciting with it. For now, I feel good just catching up in Reader.

If you'd like to see the best stuff I've read recently, feel free to check my shared items: