Fireplace, warm blankets, and a wonderful book…this is how I plan my hours by the fireplace this fall and winter in New York.
To start, here are a few on my shelf which include travel, fiction, non-fiction and some type of personal strength building.
PS – Please share what is new on your book shelf!
The New Paris…amazing modern view on the most amazing, romantic and historic city I so love. Merci to Lindsey Tramuta and Charissa Fay for sharing your love and passion to my favorite city ever! So happy I visited Cafe Fringe and found your book!
Quoted in “The Irish Times” as being impressive, wordy and often funny. Milkman, Man Booker Prize win, is a novel set in Belfast in the 90’s but as you read this novel you realize the story could actually take place anywhere. Her story is about love, enlightenment, identity and seeking the meaning of life for a young woman on the verge of adulthood.
The story of a Junior Doctor who keep a journal of his experience during training and what caused him to reconsider his future. He touches on the suffering, loss and sorrow that went with the job and the shortcomings of the system -ridiculous hours and poor pay which causes so many wonderful doctors to leave.
Today, Adam Kay is British comedian and scriptwriter.
There is always a book or two each year that inspires me as an individual to continuously strive to make changes and improvements in my life.
This book is currently one I am listening to during my drives back and forth from the city. I sometimes need to pull over and take notes.
Author Brene Brown has spent 7 years researching and working with leaders in organizations ranging from entrepreneurial startups to nonprofit, and Fortune 50 companies.
This book is perfect for anyone who is hungry to constantly grow and improve their life personally or professionally. I also recommend listening to her TED Talk – The power of vulnerability.
Great looking reads, Una! I want to read Milkman-your thoughts?