Weekly Reading #5

So I missed the last couple of weeks because I was on the road. I got to read some good stuff while I was driving.

Two books were by Brene Brown. Daring Greatly was better than the Gifts of Imperfection. While I like what she talks about, I find that am always just a little disappointed, waiting for more. I want to know more about what shame means, more about where to start, I guess. I know she talks about it, but the books always feel a little as if she didn’t go deep enough. I’ve always been a huge fan of Debbie Ford and I think her Dark Side of Light Chasers spoke a bit more to me in the depth of what I wanted.

For fun, I read Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s Snipers and it was fun. I always wish Kris would write longer books and have them keep going. I wish they wouldn’t end!

I read The Art of Purring as well. I quite like David Minchie and have read his Buddhist books as well as his cat Buddhist books. I think I enjoyed the set up of the Dalai Lama’s Cat better than this one, but it’s still a delight and well worth the read.

Finally, Nevada Barr’s Destroyer Angel was on the list. I love Anna Pidgeon and she was in fine form here. I’m not sure it was the best. I missed the Anna and Molly talks where Molly figuratively kicks Anna back into the game. But this was still suspenseful and hard to put down.

I feel like I’m forgetting something. I did linger over the Brene Brown books, so perhaps I’m not! I should actually update this as I finish a book just like I do my Goodreads Page so that I don’t forget what I’ve read!


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