Back to Books: What I'm Reading This Winter

I am quite sporadic in my novel reads. I tend to be busy reading factual pieces and researching. However, I have purchased a few books that I can't wait to share with you. Ready? Teehee...



Welcome beautiful soul,

Okay, let's start with this one...


1. The Truth About Magic by ATTICUS


...finding ourselves, our purpose, and the simple joys of life. It's about lavender fields, drinking white wine out of oak barrels in vineyards, laughing until you cry, dancing in wood barns with people you love until the sun comes up."

I've found myself lured by poetry and prose lately. I have written in these styles myself, but never really purchased books in this vein. Most of the time I'll read small pieces shared on social media, and if I like a few by a certain author, I will buy the book. I've been pleasantly surprised this way. How lovely is that title? The imagery is great, too. I do adore a beautiful SOULSPEAK picture. ;o)


2. Midnight Sun - Stephenie Meyer


“The love story of Bella and Edward told from the vampire's point of view.

Love it or hate it? I just had to! Yes, we still remember the days of Twilight. In truth, I devoured the series after watching the movie. No, the Vamps were not traditional, but that's what I loved about it, a different take. The atmospheric visuals, moody, drew me in, but I found the books just as entertaining. Oh, the love triangle, but hey, I enjoyed that too. Yup, I did. I'm eager to jump into this one being from Edwards point of view, again, different. I like that.


Other beauties I would love to devour at some point


  1. The Quantum & the Lotus - Physicist David Bohm and Buddhist Monk Matthieu Ricard

  2. The Awakened Introvert: Practical Mindfulness Skills to Help You Maximize Your Strengths and Thrive in a Loud and Crazy World (A New Harbinger Self-Help Workbook) - Arnie Kozak

  3. Building Castles in the Sky by Pamela Sommers

I'll sure more soon.

Love &

light,