Meet the C-SPL October 2023 Reader of the Month Anderson Sainci!
My name is Anderson Sainci. I am a husband and father of four wonderful children. In addition to my family responsibilities, I actively contribute my time, talent and treasure to multiple boards. When I am not at work or serving on a boards, I am a part-time Uber driver for my children’s club activities.
C-SPL October 2023 Reader of the Month Q & A:
Q. What book(s) are you currently reading?
Q. What is the best book you have read within the last year (or ever)?
A. The Bible.
Q. What is your ideal reading environment (location, sound, snacks, etc.)?
A. My ideal reading environment includes two different settings: In my patio when I am alone or audio when I’m working out.
Q. What book are you most excited about reading next, and what about it is most exciting?
A. I have a genuine passion for reading books that revolve around faith and leadership. The driving force behind this is my ongoing desire for both professional and spiritual growth. I firmly believe that by investing in faith and advance leadership, I can become well-rounded in all spheres of my life.
Q. What format do you prefer and why (physical books, ebooks, audiobooks)?
A. With having to juggle family, work and community commitments, audiobooks or podcasts work best for me.
Q. What podcasts do you listen to?
A. In the last few weeks, I have enjoyed the following podcasts:
> Think Fast, Talk Smart Communication Techniques
> The Ed MYLETT Show
> Thee UnCommon
> Hacks on Tap
> Giving Done Right
> Kingdom Pace
Q. Have you discovered any exciting new authors or genres?
A. The Uncommon Podcast.
Q. Have you read any books recently that have changed the way you think about something?
A. I really enjoyed reading “Never Eat Alone.”
Q. What is something interesting you learned from a book?
A. The Bible continues to teach me new lessons. It provides me valuable insight on how to love and serve my wife and children. The importance of genuine and selfless services towards others. These teachings have assisted me in my personal and professional growth.
Q. What book has been the most challenging for you to read? How did it challenge you?
A. The most challenging books are books that shed light on past and/or current history around racial injustices. These books serve as a powerful reminder of the ongoing struggle we face in society today.
Q. When do you decide to stop reading a book? In other words, do you read every book to the last page, or is there a moment when you decide to stop?
A. When I get bored… lol.
Q. Do you remember when your love for reading began?
A. I believe I found the love for reading when I become an adult. I am not sure what age that was.
Q. What other library resources do you enjoy (DVDs, CDs, board games, baking pans, digital content, etc.)?
A. I enjoy participating in programming activities that promotes learning for children, particularly during the summer. I personally enjoy getting my own children involved in the summer reading programs. These initiatives provide a wonderful opportunity for children to develop a love for reading and enhance their literacy skills. It also helps that the library rewards you with candy and other gifts.