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I’ve been coming across great book recommendations lately. Here are nine picks for good books to curl up with this winter!
Maybe it’s the colder weather, but lately all I’ve been wanting to do is read a good book in the evenings.
I’m currently in the middle of three of the books on this list. I can’t wait to get to the rest of them!
Here are nine picks for books you’ll want to read this winter…
The Lake House (Kate Morton): I’m about 1/3 of the way through this one now. It’s about a decades-old mystery involving a missing baby in the English countryside.
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up (Marie Kondo): Just reading about decluttering soothes me. Seriously. I have been slowly working my way through this book and am almost ready to fully commit to Kondo’s process to clear out my house and better my life, now that the holidays are over and I can focus.
Fates and Furies: A Novel (Lauren Groff): I have heard this starts slowly, but it was on several “Best of 2015” lists.
The Collapse of Parenting (Leonard Sax): If you’ve seen that article floating around Facebook, “Parenting in the Age of Awfulness,” it was written by Leonard Sax. This book not only identifies the problems that parents and kids in recent years are facing, but gives concrete solutions. I started this book last night and I am learning a ton already.
Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology (Leah Remini): Fascinating read on what it was like growing up as a Scientologist and actress. The juicy details about Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ marriage alone made this book worth it for me! Get my full book review here.
How Not to Die: Discover the Foods Scientifically Proven to Prevent and Reverse Disease (Michael Greger): If you are trying to be healthier in 2016, this is the resource for you. Dr. Greger shows what simple diet and lifestyle changes can help you live a longer life.
All the Light We Cannot See (Anthony Doerr): This is another one on “Best of 2015” lists. It’s about “a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II.”
Must Love Wine (Lindsay Podolak): Fun, quick, cheap read about the struggles of parenting for a wine and Bravo-obsessed mom of three. Only $3.99…how can you refuse?