If you are on the fence about whether to stay or go this book can help you stay more rationally focused on your decision
Went well with Attached. Attached has a clinical basis which helped deepen my understanding of the psychology. Deal Breakers is good practical girl to girl advice.
If and when it's time, listen to this book.
Have been in the good habit of downloading a Nora Roberts trilogy to my iPod before woodsy vacations, in the event of indoor weather, (with no TV or internet!) and I am not disappointed that I took this one along. Several cool rainy days with knitting needles clicking wiled away listening to this trilogy about strong women with special powers and the men they attract, set in what could be any remote coastal town.
I most remember the scene where Nell's estranged husband came to repossess her... you will have to listen to find out.
She is able to speak in so many styles - from formal to quite colloquial. She makes it easy to know which character is speaking at the moment.
Nora's stories always stir me, on several levels.
Looking forward to another period of unobligated and unconstructed time where I can turn on the narration, fairly uninterrupted, and live another of Nora's trilogies.
Did not read print version.
The End of Illness and Animal Vegetable Miracle because the topics open the reader's eyes to important areas of health not commonly publicized.
Someone who could convey the sense of humor that Davis has. Tom Weiner is too dry.
It would be a documentary -
Again I will emphasize that Type2 diabetics should consider eliminating wheat as part of their disease control and possibly even cure.
Dr. Levine presents some useful insight into relationship difficulties with anxious and avoidant type personalities. I found it educational and affirming. If you are doubting yourself and your decision to stay or leave a relationship listen to audio book.
Not rocket science but a helpful refresher to remind one that all people do not value the same things in life.
Chapman writes about a common issue, miscommunications and misunderstandings between partners. He reminds the listener that what is of value to her may not be of value to him and that the
Quick and easy listen.
This book is an earlier sequel which I have somehow missed among the 8 or so now completed. It is, like the others, a good clean story about Botswanan culture and Mma Ramotswe's adventures with her detective agency. She is a bit of a feminist in a male dominated culture. No 1 Ladies Detective Agency stories are always a delight for my listening.
I hope Alexander McCall Smith writes a few more of this series.
I enjoy British and period books, for the culture and history, and I deliberately seek out unabridged version of everything, but the details this author includes describing body language - posture, hand gestures, facial expressions and even breath sounds, etc - is too distracting from the dialogue. I have stopped listening after only a few hours of this narration. It is too painful to listen to the whole thing.
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