1. Never Split the Difference: Negotiating as if Your Life Depended on It by Chris Voss
2. Divine Mercy for Moms: Sharing the Lessons of St. Faustina by Michele Faehnle and Emily Jaminet
3. Resisting Happiness by Matthew Kelly
I honestly was surprised at how much I enjoyed this - I've only read 2 other books by Matthew Kelly and liked one and didn't like the other. It was perfectly-timed for me, so maybe that was part of it. It's a pretty easy read too....short chapters.
4. Northanger Abbey by Jane AustenHannah tells me that Persuasion is the best.
5. The War That Saved My Life by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
I kept seeing this recommended everywhere, and I'm a big fan of WWII fiction, so I read this as a little breather from all of my current nonfiction reads. It was an easy read, since it's technically juvenile fiction, but it's got pretty mature content like abuse. I liked it though, and there's a sequel now that I'll probably read eventually too.
6. A Light in the Attic by Shel Silverstein
Another kids book, yes, but it was actually my February book for the challenge I do with my friends - the category was a book from the bestseller of the year you were born. And since most of the books in 1986 were Stephen King, Tom Clancy, and Danielle Steel, I went the easy route and picked Shel Silverstein. I read it with our big boys and they thought it was hilarious.
What have y'all read lately? Hit me with some recs!