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Big Magic - Creative Living Beyond Fear

"Big Magic" by Elizabeth Gilbert is a must read for writers and all creative types. Plus I highly recommend her audiobook. With her calming voice, you feel like you went to a therapy session to help break your writer's block and instead of...

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The Girl on the Train

Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins is one of the best debut novels I have ever read and I’m not the only person with this opinion. It has won various awards, numerous accolades, and it’s already been optioned Dreamworks. But Girl on the Tra...

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So You've Been Publicly Shamed

So You have been Publicly Shamed by Jon Ronson is a book that addresses a conversation that should be happening amongst people who vent their spleens on social media. With the power of anonymity, people can go online and join mobs to tear d...

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Paper Love - Searching for the Girl My Grandfather Left Behind

I was excited to begin reading “Paper Love” by Sarah Wildman, published by Riverhead Books. I found the beginning of the book to be quite interesting and informative. The book deals with the time before, during and after World War II as liv...

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The Art of Happiness at Work

The Art of Happiness at Work is a book that is well worth reading. It not only discusses how our work affects us, but how our outlooks can affect the way we interact with others and how that affects how that affects how that may affect the...

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