I’ve been dabbling in model rocketry recently and a good friend recommended a set of books on the topic. Now I have nothing against books, and learning is always valuable, but I’ve always valued getting out and doing something over just sitting around and reading about it.

So I drafted a somewhat flippant response:

I like the book “Making Fire Happen” by, me.

It’s a small book, one page, one sentence: “Get out and make fire happen.”

But in re-reading it, it still sounds pretty good.

I chose “fire” because of the reference to rocketry of course, but it’s implications work almost anywhere you’re looking to create heat, light or intensity (with perhaps some risks attached).

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