Book Pairing #19: ALL THE BOOKS!

I'm falling behind!  I'm falling behind!  

Somehow September 2015 turned out to be the most epic book release months of all time.  Literally, all the books I have ever looked forward to are apparently being released either this month or within +/- 7 days of the this month.  So for a change in scenery here are the books that are blowing my mind or I expect to blow my mind. 

Secondhand Souls - Chirstopher Moore - Band of misfits try to save the souls of San Francisco

Rising Strong - Brene Brown - Not so impressed with this book as I was the other Brene Brown books.  Still worth the read.

Why Not Me? - Mindy Kaling - Smart, funny and life lessons.  The best lesson is her confidence comes from working absurdly hard. 

Yes, My Accent is Real - Kunal Nayyar - I'm only 20% through, but so far, so good. 

The Art of Memior - Mary Karr - I loved her first three books: Lit, Cherry, and the Liar's Club. Keep in mind this is the woman who taught Cheryl Strayed of Wild about memoirs.   Also, according to Wikipedia, was almost pushed out of a moving car by David Foster Wallace.  I, too, don't know why I felt the need to share that tidbit.  

The Clasp - Sloane Crossley - I loved all of Sloane's non-fiction writing, so I'm hoping her first run at fiction will turn out just as good.  

Finally, the BEST & MOST ANTICIPATED BOOK! 

FURIOUSLY HAPPY - JENNY LAWSON - Of all the humor books I've read throughout the years, Jenny Lawson's book was the funniest.  She brings funny words to the art of hiding under tables and battling crippling anxiety and depression.  

Also, noteworthy, is The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz and After You by Jojo Moyes. 

Book of the moment: Goodnight Moon

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