I'm late to the link-up party--but better late than never! It has been a long winter, and I have spent many a snow day with my nose in a book.
The Railway Children by E. Nesbit
Perfect for fans of The Penderwicks.
Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan
What a fun treat. Books, codes, and google! Hooks you quickly.
Eat Move Sleep by Tom Rath
A quick read--very short chapters, each one featuring a point on eat, move, and sleep. Some of them seemed repetitive. Informative.
Holy is the Day by Carolyn Weber
I liked her first memoir, although I had some reservations about it. I'd rate this one about the same.
The Dead in Their Vaulted Arches by Alan Bradley
I owe my college roommate a huge thank you for turning me on to Flavia de Luce. She's an eleven year old chemist and sleuth. Each book improves upon the last. My only regret was that I read this too quickly.
I loved Eleanor & Park, and I also loved this one. Maybe because I'm a big Harry Potter fan. I don't read fanfic, but I certainly appreciate the love that goes into it. Loved it.
Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook by Gary Vaynerchuk
A marketing book. How to effectively use social media. Not really much in the way of practical application for me personally, but I enjoyed reading it just the same. I think that any organization or person could learn much from this. I liked how he presented the material.