Quick Lit March 2015

I realized that I’m reading much less fiction than I used to. 5-6 years ago about 75% of my books were fiction – these days it’s rather the other way around. I think it might partly be because I don’t have as much time to just get lost in a book, as I used to – might have to work on bringing in a bit more fiction.

As always, I’m linking up with Modern Mrs Darcy.

the happy puppy handbookThe Happy Puppy Handbook: Your Definitive Guide to Puppy Care and Early Training by Pippa Mattinson: A great introduction to what it takes to raise a puppy from a modern, positive psychology point of view.

JoanneHarris_ChocolatChocolat by Joanne Harriss (currently $4.30 on Kindle): I’d watched the movie years ago, but the book was even better than expected. I love the break with expectations, and the focus on doing what’s right for you – setting people free to live the lives of their choosing.

autoimmune paleo breakthroughThe Autoimmune Paleo Breakthrough: A Revolutionary Protocol to Rapidly Decrease Inflammation and Balance Your Immune System by Anne Angelone: It’s a great little introduction to the autoimmune protocol, it provides a fine overview, but for more in-depth I’d recommend The Paleo Approach by Dr Sarah Ballantyne.

are you somebodyAre You Somebody?: The Accidental Memoir of a Dublin Woman by Nuala O’Faolain (currently $5.38 on Kindle): I came across this, and it turned out to be a wonderfully, fascinating, thought-provoking and brutally honest view into the life of a Dublin woman. O’Faolain grew up in virtual poverty, but ended up becoming one of the more famous columnists in Ireland – I heartily recommend it, for an unusual view into an unusual woman, as well as an insight into Irish history and mentality.

delusions of genderDelusions of Gender: How Our Minds, Society, and Neurosexism Create Difference by Cordelia Fine (currently $4.52 on Kindle): Wonderful and thought-provoking book on why the differences between men and women have much more to do with societal expectations, than any biological differences in our brains. Highly recommended.

What have you been reading lately?
As always I invite you to find me and connect with me on Goodreads.

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