Let's celebrate this last half of March with reading a book each week. Turn off the television and turn on music of your liking; sit in your favorite chair; have a beverage of choice near by; and then open up a book.
With a book you will travel to faraway places and meet amazing people, real or imagined.
Historical facts and figures might be available.
You will have romantic, spiritual, emotional, or historical experiences.
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Here are some books that I have recently read, which I highly recommend:
Pregnant Future by Joy Lo-Bamijoko
The Neon Houses by Linda Mims
Subnormal by Stuart Kenyon
There is a Reaper by Michael Lynes
Cottage on the Border by Hannah Warren
Loggerhead by T.A. Peters
The Elixir by Lori Soard
These are just a few of the many great books I have read. I have chosen to highlight these because they are on a wide variety of subjects and represent different genres.
And, I must include my own books:
Davida: Model & Mistress of Augustus Saint-Gaudens (based on the true story of America's premier sculptor and his 25 year love affair with his model).
Novy's Son (a look at the importance of a father's role in the life of his son. As a nurse therapist I counseled several men who had this issue. It also was true for my grandfather, father, and sons).
Outshine: An Ovarian Cancer Memoir. This book is for anyone who has faced a life-threatening or life-changing illness. You will learn about healthy ways to cope as well as about the deadliest form of gynecologic cancer.
ALL PROCEEDS FROM ALL THREE BOOKS GO TO
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Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers. ~Charles W. Eliot