Happy Thanksgiving, and on to Christmas! Here's what I read in November.
Truly, Madly, Guilty, by Liane Moriarty: I always get sucked into Moriarty's novels, and this one was no different.
11/22/63, by Stephen King: I "read" this on audiobook. 30 hours! It took the first 20 hours for me to get really into the story, but after that I never wanted to turn it off. I love all things Kennedy, so it was thought-provoking to imagine what would happen if 11/22/63 had turned out differently.
Home Is Where My People Are, by Sophie Hudson: Her writing is funny, easy-to-read, and relateable. I enjoyed this memoir of her early adulthood years.
Wounded Children, Healing Homes, by Jayne Schooler: Where was this book when we adopted?! I hope this becomes required reading for prospective adoptive families. This book gives important insight into the realities of raising traumatized children, which are not often portrayed accurately in adoption literature or by adoption agencies.
Blood, Bones, and Butter, by Gabrielle Hamilton: This food memoir made me hungry the whole time I read it and gave me another restaurant to try the next time I'm in NYC!
Daring Greatly, by Brené Brown: After reading Rising Strong last month, I wanted to work through Brown's other works. I read this one very quickly and honestly don't remember a whole lot, but I was glad that I read it.
What are some fall reads you're enjoying?
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