Books I’ve Accumulated From Barnes And Noble In St. Cloud
I'll admit it - I'm a geek. I like prog rock, chess, sci-fi, and last but not least - reading. I find my self browsing the isles of Barnes and Noble in St. Cloud more often than I probably should. But hey, it's an awesome place. It even has a Starbucks inside, which is convenient for me because one of the few things I enjoy more than reading is coffee and various other caffeinated beverages.
Needless to say, it feels like a second home to me. You're probably asking yourself "Well Drew, what books have you been getting from Barnes and Noble?" (I know you're probably not actually asking that, but I'll flatter myself for the time being and pretend that you care.)
Well dear reader I'm glad you asked, because today I'm going to give you the list of books I've managed to accumulate over the last year from my favorite local book store. (And yes, I have read them all - they didn't just collect dust on my shelf.) Here's the list.
- Archetypes and The Collective Unconscious (By Carl Jung)
- Synchronicity (By Carl Jung)
- Dreams (Again - Carl Jung)
- The Interpretation of Dreams (By Sigmund Freud)
- Synchronicity (By Kirby Surprise)
- Time Loops: Precognition, Retrocausality, and The Unconscious (By Eric Wargo)
- Hyperspace (By Michio Kaku)
- Metaphysics (By Aristotle)
Yeah, it's a weird reading selection, but hey, I like what I like. I could probably afford to read less Carl Jung and more scientifically valid authors, but I probably won't. Oh well. Don't judge. He's awesome.