Cultivate by Lara Casey
A good book with questions and exercises to help you on your path to intentional living. One of my favorite take aways from the book is in the chapter on friendship. When forming connections with others, go beyond the superficial and ask the second question. Invite the person to open up and take the conversation deeper with questions like, "How was that?" or "Can you tell me more about it?"
Eleanor Oliphant is absolutely fine by Gail Honeyman
This was a fun read! Eleanor is a quirky character, and as you get to know her more, she is dealing the best way she knows how after a tragic event in her past. A loner, she sets out to improve herself physically, which is a riot, and to find love. She finds it in an unexpected person and gets freed from her lonely existence. Note: I heard Reese Witherspoon is making this into a movie!
In Conclusion, Don't worry about it - Lauren GrahamTiny little book with a big message - find joy in what you're doing!
Some Form of Grace by Dee Dee Chumley
A fictional work by a local author bringing to light a very real issue for those coming out of prison. Starting fresh in a Christian apartment complex with lots of rules, it's the story of Gracene and how she fakes Christianity to stay in the program and get a fresh start at life on the outside.