There are many books coming out this week that are geared towards helping oneself find what it is you really want to do in life, or how to channel your life in positive, creative ways. I thought I’d focus on some of these non-fiction books since life these days can be very difficult and hard to grok.
First of all, we have:
LOVE AND WORK: HOW TO FIND WHAT YOU LOVE, LOVE WHAT YOU DO, AND DO IT FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE by Marcus Buckingham
BE A TRIANGLE: HOW I WENT FROM BEING LOST TO GETTING MY LIFE INTO SHAPE by Lilly Singh
12 NOTES: ON LIFE AND CREATIVITY by Quincy Jones
More non-fiction books for your reading (or cooking) pleasure include:
EASY BEAUTY: A MEMOIR by Chloé Cooper Jones, a biography,
And two cookbooks:
THE MODERN PROPER: SIMPLE DINNERS FOR EVERY DAY (A COOKBOOK) by Holly Erickson and Natalie Mortimer and
SHAQ’S FAMILY STYLE: CHAMPIONSHIP RECIPES FOR FEEDING FAMILY AND FRIENDS [A COOKBOOK] by Shaquille O’Neal, Rachel Holtzman, Matthew Silverman, Matthew Piekarski
Still in the non-fiction genre, there is a book that is filled with humor:
IDIOTS: MARRIAGE, MOTHERHOOD, MILK & MISTAKES by Laura Clery
If you’re in the mood for humor, but you’d like a nice fiction book, there’s:
LESSONS IN CHEMISTRY: A NOVEL by Bonnie Garmus, which is a comedic drama, and
SARI, NOT SARI by Sonya Singh, a South Asian romantic comedy.
Speaking of romance, we have:
BLUEBIRD: A NOVEL by Genevieve Graham, a World War I and Postwar Prohibition historical romance,
LOVER ARISEN (THE BLACK DAGGER BROTHERHOOD SERIES BOOK 20) by J.R. Ward, which falls into the paranormal romance category.
And now for something completely different:
THE CANDY HOUSE: A NOVEL (VISIT FROM THE GOON SQUAD, 2) by Jennifer Egan, a Contemporary Fiction novel.
As always, thank you for making our shelves your destination.