Some of My Favorite Books for July

Good morning! This month’s post is about books that are appropriate for the  month of July. Since this month is the month when the US, as well as a few other countries, celebrate their independence, I’ve chosen books that relate to that theme. The books  have to do with being free from disease, and also free from having to rely on grocery stores to provide us with our food and a lot of the products we use every day.  They are “Tox-Sick” by Suzanne Somers, “All You Need is Less,” by Madeline Somerville, and “The Backyard Food Factory,” by P.S. Orr.  Continue reading “Some of My Favorite Books for July”

Some of My Favorite Books for June – Books About Weddings and Fatherhood

Some of My Favorite Books

 

Good morning! Hard to believe it’s June already – we’re almost halfway through 2016! This month we celebrate Father’s Day, and June is also a popular month for weddings, so the two books I’ll talk about this month are “The Tao of the Vow,” which has to do with writing your wedding vows, and “Fatherhood,” one of my favorite Bill Cosby books, which has to do with – you guessed it – being a father.   Continue reading “Some of My Favorite Books for June – Books About Weddings and Fatherhood”

Some of My Favorite Books for May – Books About Mothers and Memories

Some of My Favorite Books

 

Since May is the month when we celebrate Mother’s Day and Memorial Day, this month’s books have to do with mothers and memories. The books I’ll talk about this month are Confessions of a Band Geek Mom, How to Write your Memoirs, a Book and Guide, and 101 Creative Writing Prompts for Memoir Writers.  Continue reading “Some of My Favorite Books for May – Books About Mothers and Memories”