A Few Of My Favorite Books of 2015 (So Far)

Seems that I’ve made this year a year of reading. Maybe it’s because I have some quiet nights when Henry is at Jason’s. Or maybe I just want to take my eyes off my computer and drift into another world with characters who give me ideas and inspiration and hope.

I thought I’d share a few with you. Go forth and read!

Books by our very talented Listen To Your Mother Cast Members:

Anchored: Finding Hope in the Unexpected by Kayla Aimee

The Beauty of Grace: Stories of God’s Love from Today’s Most Popular Writers by Dawn Jacobs Camp (and many other contributors)

Hands Free Life: Nine Habits for Overcoming Distraction, Living Better, and Loving More by Rachel Macy Stafford

Hands Free Mama: A Guide to Putting Down the Phone, Burning the To-Do List, and Letting Go of Perfection to Grasp What Really Matters! by Rachel Macy Stafford

All Beautiful Things by Nicki Salcedo

Listen to Your Mother: What She Said Then, What We’re Saying Now by Ann Imig and other LTYM Cast Members from across the country

Other books I love and highly recommend:

Damselfly Inn (Thornton Vermont Book 1) by Cameron Garriepy

Buck’s Landing (A New England Seacoast Romance Book 1) by Cameron Garriepy

Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

After You: A Novel by Jojo Moyes (pre-order sequel to Me Before You)

Kindness Wins by Galit Breen

Primates of Park Avenue: A Memoir by Wednesday Martin

Still Alice by Lisa Genova

Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail (Oprah’s Book Club 2.0 1) by Cheryl Strayed

Rare Bird: A Memoir of Loss and Love – by Anna Whitson-Donaldson

ALL the Housewife Assassin’s Books by Josie Brown

Disclaimer: Contains affiliate links. Buying through these links will feed my travel habit. And keep my local Starbucks open. 

I Can’t Wait…

I Can’t Wait…

I can’t wait for my great-grandchildren to find my book by The Bloggess.

First of all, they’ll be all, “Blogging? What is that? These people thought they were so damn crafty with their internet things. Can you believe they even made it out of those dark ages? How did they function with that twitter and Facebook stuff? So lame. Poor people.

And then they’ll be like, “Hey, this book looks neat. OH AND IT’S SIGNED!”

And then they’ll be like, “Oh Great-Grannie Jana was so awesome!” and then they’ll want to know what “knock knock motherfucker” means and they’ll have to break out the old-school internet to find out.

I’m so glad Jenny got to come to Atlanta on her whirlwind book tour. Even sick and hopped up on all kinds of cold medicine, she was wonderful and gracious and obviously humbled by the 400 or so people stuffed into Barnes & Noble in Buckhead.

I was also flattered that when I said I was Jana from Band Back Together she knew who I was! Remember, I did a little interview for a feature on our Goes To 11 series with her a few months back.

I just wish the dumbass that offered to take my picture had given a crap about getting a halfway decent shot.

Do not adjust your screen. Objects ARE as fuzzy as they seem.

As an added bonus, I got to hang out with Anissa and Katherine AND run into my energy healer, Amy! What a great surprise!

So, great-grandkids of mine, if you had to go to the good ole internet to find out about “knock knock motherfucker” and you found your great-grannie’s blog, I hope you’re being good for your mama and daddy. Also, your robot just snuck out of the back door… you better go catch him!

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