Some weeks ago I started using emacs.
That made me curious about emacs lisp, so I could improve my configuration modifying others plugins or just creating my own, so I started learning Lisp with the Land of Lisp book.
Very nice and easy to read book! You develop a text videogame while you immerse in the interesting world of Lisp.
Learning Lisp and starting with functional programming has been a bit of a breakthrough for me, I now see more mistakes in my code structure than ever, which is (I think) nice.
The Scratch buffer on emacs made very easy for me to start doing something in a short time, so I started the examples on elisp rather than Common Lisp because It's also more useful to me now.
The repository is now on Github, I will be developing it when I have time.