Early 2015 Reading List

Happy Monday! I hope everyone had a restful weekend — I know I did! Before I get going with the books I want to read, here is a must-watch video. I have watched it numerous times and I cry every single time….so watch it….And Yes, I tend to watch more videos than I read. Not that I have a lot of time / energy / stamina these days, but there are SOOOO many books that I want to read! Just need to make it more of a priority (and find more hours in my day)…..here are the books that I want to devour in the coming weeks and months!

 

1. All the Light We Cannot See (Anthony Doerr)

 

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2. Orphan Train (Deckle Edge)

 

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3. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing (Marie Kondo)

 

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4. Not That Kind of Girl (Lena Dunham)

 

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5. Small Victories (Anne Lamott)

 

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6. The Boston Girl (Anita Diamant)

 

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7. The House We Grew Up In (Lisa Jewell)

 

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8. Family Life (Akhil Sharma)

 

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9. Lila (Marilynne Robinson)

 

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10. Dept. of Speculation (Jenny Offill)

 

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I hope that this coming weekend (MLK weekend), I am able to read one of these books. First on my list…Family Life! Order now to enjoy the long weekend ahead.

Anika Yael Natori, aka, The Josie Girl

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4 Comments

  1. Thanks for the suggestions! I’ve been watching too much TV lately, have to get back into my reading groove..

  2. These all look so interesting – I don’t know where to start! Can’t wait to read these!!!

  3. I’ve watched that video several times too. Powerful, intense stuff. I wanted to hug every one of those boys so tight.

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