Like many women in our community, I am always looking for good book recommendations. I love books that make me look at the world differently.

It doesn’t even matter what genre they are. Sometimes, I love to curl up with a cup of tea and a good novel. Other times, I love to walk in the park, while listening to a psychology or history book. Do you do the same?

In any case, it occurred to me recently that I don’t do enough to help the women in our community to share their book recommendations. This is a shame, because, as a group, we do a lot of reading!

 
 

Well, there’s no time like the present, so, I’d love to get the conversation started now. Please take a few minutes to let us know about one book that you have read recently that you loved.

What is the best book that you have read recently? Why did you like it so much? Please join the conversation!

Update! Here’s What the Women in Our Community Are Reading

When I listen to the women in our community discussing their favorite fiction, history or science books, I am reminded just how wonderfully diverse our interests are. I can’t wait to check out some of your suggestions!

When I asked you to tell us what you are currently reading, I was expecting to see mostly titles from the New York Times best seller list. Instead, you submitted a wonderful collection of titles, some popular and some less known, for the community to consider. I enjoyed reading every single post!

Following is a list of the books that were mentioned most often. Please take a few seconds to add your own favorite in the comments section below.

Here are your top 10 books for this month:

  • The Rosie Project
  • Red Tent
  • Little Black Lies
  • Girl on the Train
  • The Man Who Lived to Be 100
  • Just Mercy
  • The Book Thief
  • The Traitor’s Wife
  • Outlander
  • The Little Paris Bookshop

Beyond the top 10, there were so many intriguing titles to consider. I almost don’t know where to start! Here are a few of the other books that you mentioned.

  • Four Agreements
  • Miracle Mornings
  • The Little Girl in the Radiator
  • The Dove Keepers
  • The Swan House
  • Power of Meow
  • The Silent Sister
  • The Goldfinch
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Bones of You
  • Outliers
  • Tinkers
  • Me Before You
  • State of Wonder
  • The Twelve Tribes
  • The Invention of Wings
  • Goddesses Never Age
  • Empty Mansions
  • The Jaguar’s Children
  • Braiding Sweetgrass
  • Orphan Train
  • Someone
  • City of Light
  • Evidence of Things Unseen
  • Just Kids
  • The Monogram crimes
  • The Boys in the Boat

I hope you enjoy reading the powerful reviews that the women in our community shared. More importantly, I hope that you choose one of two new titles to add to your personal reading list. I know I will!

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