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Favorite Reads of 2019

My interests are eclectic as is my reading list.  I list 20 of my favorite reads of the year – they are not in order except the first, “ The Four Agreements” which I have read several times and plan to read again in 2020.  There are more fiction books than last year and I have separated […]

My interests are eclectic as is my reading list.  I list 20 of my favorite reads of the year – they are not in order except the first, “ The Four Agreements” which I have read several times and plan to read again in 2020.  There are more fiction books than last year and I have separated them.  There are more books on death and dying as I had many losses this year of family and friends. 

Non-Fiction

  1.  The Four Agreements
  2. The New Jim Crow
  3. The Spiritual Brain: A Neuroscientist’s case for the existence of the soul
  4. Stamped From the Beginning
  5. Ultralearning
  6. Human + Machines:  Reimaging Work in the Age of Ai
  7. Educated
  8. The Warmth of Other Suns
  9. Stillness is the key
  10. The Heart to Start
  11. Talking to Strangers
  12. Destiney of Souls
  13. Journey of Souls
  14. Mindset: The New Psychology of Success
  15. Becoming Supernatural:   How common people do the uncommon
  16. Brain Lock
  17. Indistractable

Fiction:

  1. Well-Read Black Girl
  2. Ordinary Grace
  3. Wally Roux Quantum Mechanic

Top 5 on the Reading List for 2020

  1. Big Data
  2. Where the Crawdads Sing
  3. African Americans & Africa
  4. The Water Dancer
  5. Deep Work
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