Motorcycle Diaries- Ernesto 'Che' Guevara*
The Alchemist-Paulo Coelho
Macbeth- William Shakespeare
This is How You Lose Her- Junot Diaz
The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao-Junot Diaz
The Autobiography of Malcom X- Malcolm X, Alex Haley*
100 Years of Solitude- Gabriel Garcia Marquez
In Search of My Beloved-Thorberger Thordarson
To Selena With Love- Chris Perez
A Doll's House- Henrik Ibsen
Veronika Wants to Die-Paulo Coelho
The Great Gatsby- F. Scott Fitzgerald
20 Poems of Love- Pablo Neruda
Sensation and Perception-Steven Yantis
Read a book per week. (Or an hour a day)
Read more in Greek and Spanish
Read more books on my craft and other relevant skills
Read more of writers' work I have previously enjoyed, for the purpose of exposure, enjoyment, inspiration, and hopefully a light subconscious influence.
Read more plays and screenplays.
To me, there is an essential poetry in lists. Their alignment is visually comforting, and their brevity takes out the noise of speaking. They also track progress, promote memory, and solidify taste.