Books

Reading is a great pastime, especially if you have a mental illness. Reading is engaging enough (with the right book) to help distract the reader from side effects of medications or symptoms of the disorder. Also, reading can provide helpful information (depending on the book) for coping skills. Many people find reading soothing, as well. Reading is one of my favorite hobbies, hence the selection of books below. Enjoy!

Free for Review:

Religious:

Beauty Begins – Chris Shook & Megan Shook Alpha

Enjoy – Trillia J. Newbell

Reset – Nick Hall

Miriam – Mesu Andrews

Culture of the Few – Brad McKoy

Messy Grace – Caleb Kaltenbach

Rooted – Banning Liebscher 

Memoirs:

How to Weep in Public – Jacqueline Novak

Liar – Rob Roberge

Miscellaneous (for review):

Lola – Melissa Scrivner Love

The Witch of Lime Street – David Jaher

The Tea Planter’s Wife – Dinah Jefferies

Punderdome

Miscellaneous:

(This misc. section is made up of books I read without being asked to review them, and had so much to say about them that I posted a review anyways.)

Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason – Helen Fielding

After You – Jojo Moyes

Trim Healthy Mama Plan – Pearl Barrett & Serene Allison

Me Before You – Jojo Moyes

The Impossible Knife of Memory – Laurie Halse Anderson