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It’s hard to believe the summer is drawing to a close. Between work adventures and out of state trips to see friends, it has been an absolute whirlwind for me—and while that has wreaked havoc on my posting schedule, surprisingly, it has not wreaked the same havoc on my reading. Thanks to some lovely audio books, some very poorly timed traffic jams, and a surprise gift from a dear cousin, I’m actually within range of meeting my goal this year. So without further ado, here are the books that have been keeping me entertained and educated over the past few months.
Jane Clayson Johnson’s Silent Souls Weeping helped me feel gain a better understanding of depression and anxiety.
This was my favorite book when I was in middle school, and I thought it would be fun to read it again and see if the magic is still there.
Even after attending SBA courses, Christy Wright’s Business Boutique is the best resource I have ever seen for starting a small business.
Beverly Campbell makes a convince agument that the chronic mistreatment of women stems from an incorrect understanding of Mother Eve.
Badluck Way was my conservation ranching dream written out in beautiful, evocative prose, and I ate it up.
I really enjoyed the movie version of The Big Year, so I was excited to learn that it was a book first.
Despite the simple writing, Patrick Ness’s A Monster Calls packs some heavy punches.
An expertly written story with beautiful world building that ultimately left me feeling a little dissatisfied.
What have you been reading lately? Share your favorites in the comments below!