There are few authors who can write about faith, cuss, make me laugh, and cut straight to the heart of the matter as brilliantly and seamlessly as Anne Lamott. The woman is WISE, and she is gloriously unfiltered, and she is unique, and she is fearlessly honest. I adore her.
There are certain authors that I have latched onto deeply in my life, devouring every word they write, following their work closely, and finding myself impacted immensely by their writing. Wendell Berry is near the top of that list for me
I got this book for free this month, and was SO glad to have finally read it after hearing buzz about it for years! This one will change your life, guaranteed.
There are VERY few books I'll reread, so for this to be one of them (and to get rave reviews both times!) is really saying something. It stands the test of time!
I turned to bookstagram for help picking my "one word title" book this month, and this one was the clear winner! Think Narnia, but set in Portland, with STUNNING illustrations... it was a winner!
I preordered this one MONTHS in advance -- I'm THAT much of a Gretchen Rubin fan and that much of a personality type nerd!
I didn't even mean for this to be the "book in a series" I read this month, but it happened and it worked and so here is my review!
The story of this one just wrecks me. Every time. The book of Hosea in the Bible is compelling as it is, and this retelling of that story just blows me away.
This year, I've already read over 100 books, and people are constantly asking me "HOW DO YOU READ SO MUCH?!" so I thought it would be fun to share the best tips and tricks I know.
I'm one of those people who reads good books and then wants EVERYONE ELSE to read them SAP. So... I've rounded up the best books for gifts this Christmas for you and all the different kinds of people in your life!