My November Reading ListOn December 2, 2022 by Pam
This was a really stellar month for reading (and listening – because I have a subscription to audible) and so it is hard for me to put the books in order but, here goes – from most “fun” or most “impactful”…all the way down – but, I really like every. single. one.
Man’s Search for Meaning
by Viktor E. Frankl and Ilse Lasch
If Viktor Frankl can find meaning in life – become and hero and give back to others, anyone can. This book is a combination of his story and his life’s work, logotherapy – helping others find meaning.
Our Missing Hearts
by Celeste Ng (author of Little Fires Everywhere)
A story of a civilized community ignoring injustice – of the power of art to create change – lessons and legacies to pass on to our children – surviving a broken world with our hearts intact.
Now is Not the Time To Panic
by Kevin Wilson
This story is very well written – the characters come alive and the premise is a poster – art influencing the world – and the lives of two teens and how it all comes out in the end.
The Love Prescription: Seven Days to More Intimacy, Connection and Joy
by John M. Gottman, Julie Gottman
A husband and wife team of researchers lead you through some simple ways to strengthen your relationships.
The Winemakers: A Novel of Wine and Secrets
by Jan Moran
Just a fun love story which takes you around the world and ends up working out..a feel-good story of perseverance and believing in yourself.
Gone: A Girl, a Violin, A Life Unstrung
by Min Kym
The story of a young musician and how the theft of her Stradivarius up ended her entire life.
Change Your World: How Anyone Anywhere Can Make a Difference
by John C. Maxwell, Rob Hoskins
In their world, the stakes are high but, there are many stories in the book of “regular” people making a huge difference. How often do we sit back and basically accept that there is nothing we can do? This book is inspiring – write that letter, take a stand, don’t become a victim.
The Lies That Bind
by Emily Giffin
This is a 911 story – a disappearing person and a very unexpected twist at the end.
The Wrong Family
by Tarryn Fisher
Do you think your could share your home with someone without knowing they are there? Can you loose control of your life and end up with tragedy and loss? This novel will show you how.
Small Town Rumors
by Carolyn Brown
The story of a wealthy heiress finding love and purpose in the simple things in life.