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Reading a book a week for 52 weeks. Officially looking for book recommendations! :)
A good reminder to be yourself and do the things you love. Getting caught up in what 'everyone else is doing' only screws you over in the long run! ;)

The Art of Non-Conformity: Set Your Own Rules, Live the Life You Want, and Change the World: Chris Guillebeau: 9780399536106

A pseudonym of JK Rowling and worth the read. I can't wait for the second one in the series! #52books

The Cuckoos Calling (By J. Rowling)The Cuckoos Calling is a 2013 crime fiction novel by J. Rowling, published under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith.A brilliant mystery in a classic vein: Detective Cormoran Strike investigates a.

Get your read on and start down the path with me towards being wholehearted. It is an amazing and brave adventure and I want you to come along. Dare greatly friends, it is how we are meant to live.

Get your read on and start down the path with me towards being wholehearted. It is an amazing and brave adventure and I want you to come along. Dare greatly friends, it is how we are meant to live.

Library and bookstore, here I come! We have 52 books to find and read like crazy. #52books

One of my favorite bookstores! Boulder Bookstore, Boulder, Colorado (on Pearl Street)

Within the first few pages I found myself literally laughing out loud. I was surprised by the humour, candour, and depth that showed up imme...

Within the first few pages I found myself literally laughing out loud. I was surprised by the humour, candour, and depth that showed up imme.

Are you ready to create meaningful relationships? If yes - READ THIS BOOK! The conversation IS the relationship...

Fierce Conversations: Achieving Success at Work and in Life One Conversation at a Time :: Susan Scott

Thats a lot of pages right there!

Life is an adventure . Sports enthusiast and lover of audacious living. Musings on life, adventure, leadership and fitness.

Watching after reading helped make sense of everything.

Sports enthusiast and lover of audacious living.

The Fellowship Of The Ring - can't believe I started, finished AND liked it! #WIN

The Fellowship Of The Ring - can't believe I started, finished AND liked it!

Seventy-six pages in I was laughing out loud and other customers on the patio were giving me strange glances. I couldn’t stop the giggling o...

Seventy-six pages in I was laughing out loud and other customers on the patio were giving me strange glances. I couldn’t stop the giggling o.

Problems and annoyances abound in this book. Dark and twisty, but not in the super awesome way, and the plot moves like a blindfolded turtle who can’t get past the paisley print on his blindfold.

This week Donna Tartt’s novel The Goldfinch was awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize in fiction. The spellbinding story of a young boy who survives the tragic

A good Saturday read if you’re sweltering in your condo on a hot summer day and need a distraction from the heat.

The Silkworm: Cormoran Strike Series, Book 2 by Robert Galbraith. Private investigator Cormoran Strike returns in a new mystery from Robert Galbraith, author of the international bestseller The Cuckoo's Calling.

While reading this book, I remembered that life shapes us in the ways we let it and need it to in order to survive. Throughout this book, there was a tone of resentment and festering pain that has never healed — the pain of losing her one true love who she never got to marry or be with, the loss of her ability to practice law, and long held hatred. On the heels of Unbroken, I was left with a question. Will I let my life shape me, or will I shape my life?

The Nazi Officer's Wife: How One Jewish Woman Survived the Holocaust: Edith H. Beer, Susan Dworkin: What a great story!

Reading The Know-It-All reminded me of an important truth. Set your heart on something big, audacious, and weird and then go after it – day ...

"The Know-It-All: One Man's Humble Quest to Become the Smartest Person in the World" by A.Jacobs recommended by miriamneems on Mouthee

‘Zamp‘ was drafted into the war as an airman which put him on the path of near death for many, many years. Reading about how he survived a plane crash in the Pacific which meant 46 days floating on a raft and fighting off sharks, starvation, and dehydration, his time being tortured in Japanese POW camps, and the ramifications of the inevitable PTSD that followed was both hard to read and put down.

Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption by Laura Hillenbrand (Paperback)