Well, I have been into reading in the recent weeks & the book I delved into was 'The Other Side of Me" by Sidney Sheldon.
The book covers Sidney's journey from the day he was to commit suicide & how things changed after his talks with his father as they went out for a walk.
Like the words, “You don’t know what can happen tomorrow. Life is like a novel, isn’t it? It’s filled with suspense. You have no idea what’s going to happen until you turn the page.”
Then it talked about his life then on & how he struggled working during the pre & post WWII, as a barker to a script reader to a writer & then producer/director in Hollywood & his journey from the Broadway plays to MGM, Paramount.
He has written about his encounters with the greats like Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatara & likes & then his transition to writing those great novels.
Pretty good reading.
Next I have started with 'The monk who sold his Ferrari' by Robin Sharma.