One of my new years resolutions was to read more, and I was wondering what everyone liked to read. I find much more satisfaction in reading a book then playing video games, watching tv, or being on the internet. It just makes me feel more productive. I've mostly been reading nonfiction books on economics, finance, and general business stuff because that's what I'm most interested in, but I also read a little bit of fiction. Right now, I'm reading The Great Crash 1929 by John Kenneth Galbraith. It's a very in depth look into the Great Depression, and find it's similarities with today's economic crisis quite shocking. I just finished reading And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. It's a top notch murder mystery book that is really easy to read (took only a few days, and I'm not a fast reader by any means), and just is interesting all the way through. I definitely recommend it. Recently I read The Wolf of Wall Street by Jordan Belfort. This was a goddamn entertaining book on a hedge fund manager and his crazy drug addictions, helicoptor flying, money laundering life. Really entertaining and very funny. I also read Freakonomics by Stephen Levitt and Stephen Dubner. This was an economic look, through statistics, at totally non economic things such as swimming pool deaths vs gun deaths, school systems, abortion vs crime. Now this book I reccommend to anyone who reads on Bit-Tech. The Game by Neil Strauss. This is the (true) story of a writer who decides to dive into the world of "pick up artists", people who make getting girls a science. A truly funny story by a fantastic writer. I also just read Reefer Madness by Eric Schlosser. This is an in depth look at the economics of marijuana, illegal immigration, and prostitution. Informative, and really interesting. His other book, which became a movie that you may have heard of, is Fast Food Nation. I have this on the shelf waiting for me too. As for fiction, I just got the Dexter books, and am excited to start those because I LOVE the TV series. I'm planning on reading the biography of Warren Buffet, The Snowball, and another Wall Street story, which seems to be similar to the Wolf of Wall Street, without the criminal aspect, called Liar's Poker. I also am going to read The Jungle by Upton Sinclair. So after this long, rambling post, what do you guys like to read? And do you have any recommendations for me? Is anyone interested in book reviews or anything like that?