Bookish Tuesday

Books to Finally Finish This Year

Now that I am finally in the mood to read fiction again there are a few books that I've made decent progress with in the last two years that I will hopefully now finally finish!  1. Beartown by Fredrik Backman Reason #1 for wanting to read it: It is a story about ice hockey! No one has written a decent fictional… Continue reading Books to Finally Finish This Year

Essays, Non-Fiction, Psychology

Girl Logic by Iliza Shlesinger

Self-Help January continues! This book originally came out in November 2017 and I still have an advance reader copy... I've been sitting on it for almost 2 years and decided now was finally the time to read it. I love Iliza, so much so that I decided to use her book for my first "bookface"… Continue reading Girl Logic by Iliza Shlesinger

Non-Fiction, Psychology

Adulting (Updated Edition) by Kelly Williams Brown

I've started referring to January as Self-Help Month. I know it's really in the summer, or something like that, but if working in a books store for the last 4 Januarys has taught me only one thing, it's that the best selling section of the store this month is Psychology/Self-Help. Synopsis From the back cover:… Continue reading Adulting (Updated Edition) by Kelly Williams Brown

Essays, Non-Fiction, Sociology

All the Single Ladies by Rebecca Traister

Continuing on my feminist/sociology book kick, I finally read (well listened to) a book by Rebecca Traister. Synopsis From the back cover: Today, only around 20 percent of Americans between the ages of eighteen and twenty-nine are wed, compared to the nearly 60 percent in 1960. Traister set out to investigate this trend at the… Continue reading All the Single Ladies by Rebecca Traister

Essays, Non-Fiction, Psychology

The Tao of Pooh by Benjamin Hoff

I have long been intrigued by The Tao of Pooh and decided the holiday season was a good time to read it to try to keep myself settled and focused. Synopsis The how of Pooh? The Tao of who? The Tao of Pooh! ... in which it is revealed that one of the world's great Taoist masters isn't Chinese... or… Continue reading The Tao of Pooh by Benjamin Hoff