A few favorites from my summer reading list, whether at the beach, on my front porch, or barely keeping my eyes open before bed...and one even through ear buds while I worked away in the studio:
Beartown by Fredrik Backman
- So much more than just a story of hockey, I was riveted by this small town and its beautifully-captured inhabitants.
The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks
- Y'all know I love some personal development, and this one was an interesting take on the possibility that we - even inadvertently - prevent ourselves from enjoying the best that life has to offer us.
Born a Crime by Trevor Noah
- I'm still listening to this one during school drop-offs and am fascinated by Noah's stories of growing up with an entirely different experience than my own. I know very little about South Africa and appreciate so much learning from his perspective.
Happy reading / listening!