Do you have any favorite authors or books you regularly refer to sometimes when using Linux? What books did you read to learn Linux, if any?
I learned a lot of Linux stuff from the book Learning Linux I believe it was called, by No Starch Press. No Starch Press has tons of books dedicated to Linux, so I consider them a great resource for beginners. Also O’Reilly used to be the go to for Linux books, and they even had a pocket reference book!
One other thing I’d like to mention, Michael W. Lucas usually writes BSD-related books, ostensibly about FreeBSD, but some of the things FreeBSD can do can be applied to Linux as well. He’s another author I like.
I’ve been using an Amazon Fire HD 8 tablet running LIneageOS as my main reading device and I’ve gotten to like Lean Pub a lot. There are a ton of inexpensive tech books on there. I really love that the authors (at least the ones I have purchased from) continually update their books, even after they are 100% complete. Here’s a search for Linux book from Lean Pub: