I finally finished reading Ready for Anything today. I started reading it about two years ago. Since it’s just a book of essays, it was easy to put it down for weeks (or months) at a time, and then come back to it whenever I wanted to. I got through the last ten (or so) essays over the last couple of months. There’s a lot of good stuff in there. My pattern with this book was generally to just read one essay at a time, then spend some time thinking about it, using it as a starting point for a bit of self-examination. I’m going to keep it handy, near my copy of GTD. I suspect I’ll return to it occasionally.
I bought Making It All Work for the Kindle back in January; I’ll start reading that soon, I think. I’ve really got no idea what kind of book it is. The reviews on Amazon are mixed. I did notice one comment in there noting that the illustrations in the Kindle version are too small to be useful. That’s disappointing, if true. I’d hate to have to buy a hard copy of it now, after I’ve already shelled out for the Kindle version.