Everything you read here should be considered fiction. Patient rights will always be respected. Any resemblance to persons living or not is purely coincidental.

Friday, January 13, 2012

Currently reading...
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!


  1. Enjoying your stuff here... keep it up :-)

  2. Thanks! Nice to know that somebody other than me is enjoying this blog.

  3. I'd suggest Garcia and Holtz The Art of Interpretation (for both 12-Leads and Arrhythmias).

    Also Samuel Galvagno's Emergency Pathophysiology: Clinical Applications for Prehospital Care. Short but a wonderful book packed with patho knowledge.