In my eminently anal-retentive way, I am starting this one from the beginning. Thankfully CCC has not been posting long! I am enjoying the writing and content, so I'm sure this will become a daily read for me.
Raw Art Journaling [Kindle Edition]
This is my first Kindle book purchase for my new-ish Kindle Fire. So far not too impressed. By saving $6 over the paper book I have gotten: bad formatting (lists are all garbled) and the inability to re-sell or give away the book when I'm done with it. E-books and e-readers are handy, but I likes my paper!
Taking a break from The Dark Tower as of late, and trying to focus on EMT class. Good thing is, I know Roland and the rest of the ka-tet will always wait for me...
We have moved on to section 4-Medical Emergencies (chapters 18-26) of Emergency Care (12th Edition) [Paperback]. Guess I didn't really think that EMT class was going to be so much material, since I have met some people who qualify as EMT's that I wouldn't want touching me. Guess there's a difference between a good EMT and one who squeaked by...
And with that in mind, I am currently reading through and attempting to digest The Only EKG Book You'll Ever Need (Thaler) [Paperback]. This has been the best EKG book I have found. Easy for me to work through and reference.
And in case this looks like an Amazon ad, it's not. That's just where I do most of my shopping.
Michael Morse's new book Responding is next on my purchase list (next payday for sure!). I enjoyed Rescuing Providence so much, love his blog, and can't wait to dig in for a read!