2018: #15 – Quiet (Susan Cain)

I thought this was a really interesting and insightful read, whether you consider yourself an introvert, extrovert, or somewhere in between.  The book is split into 4 parts. In the first part, the table is set and we learn the difference between extroverts and introverts and how society favors extroverts, as well as some of the historical and cultural implications of this. The second part

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2018: #10 – This is Not My Beautiful Life (Victoria Fedden)

This book is touted as a hilarious, wacky story, but mostly I found it sad. Frankly, Victoria is surrounded by terrible people, with maybe the exception of her sister. And I don’t think they’re terrible because they are committing crimes, they are terrible all on their own. The best parts of the book are when she is talking about motherhood and her daughter, and my

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