Now that Worlds are over, I've been trying to catch up on my reading. I started to read Johnny Weir's Welcome to My World. I couldn't finish it. I've also tried re-reading some of my older books, like Upping the Ante, by Michelle Kwan, but they seem so dated. And so, I've been compiling a list of figure skating books I need to read. Here's what I've come up with so far: Let's Learn to Count!, by Nobunari Oda (with illustrations by the author) Twist and Snout, by Eric Radford Using Social Media to Enhance Your Reputation, by Alexander Majorov How to Detect, Heal, and Prevent Sports Injuries, by Tom Zakrajsek A Return to My Roots, by Jeremy Abbott Look Years Younger than Your Age, by Zhang Dan and Sui Wenjing Selecting Unique and Distinctive Program Music, by Brian Joubert and Florent Amodio (with afterword by Richard Dornbush and Peter Liebers) When Hell Froze Over, by Sarah Meier, Konstantin Menshov, Ryan Bradley, and Alissa Czisny My Buddy, Phil Hersh, by Rachael Flatt Any recommendations would be appreciated.