Recommend me a book

(6 Posts)
Plsv87 Sat 19-Dec-20 21:08:50

Non-fiction, inspiring. Brene Brown, Glennon Doyle type thing (I haven't read any Brene Brown, what is her best one?).

Or anything. Perhaps an autobiography. Preferably written by a woman.

Interested in frugality, health, balance, gratitude, psychology.

Thanks!

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Standrewsschool Sat 19-Dec-20 21:40:49

“lady in Waiting” - Anne Glenconner, about her life, plus friendship with royal family, fascinating book - real life Downton Abbey.
- fits your biography brief, but not your list

“Some other Rainbow” - John mcartney and Jill Morell, about John Mcartneys experience as a hostage, not a new book but may cover gratitude and psychology (first book i though if when reading your list)

Belepheron Sat 19-Dec-20 21:42:01

Does it tick a single one of your boxes, but the novels of Rohan Mistry would meet your needs. All about the meaning of life, love, strength, compassion, frugality and being human.

That or Women who Dance with Wolves.

Plsv87 Sun 20-Dec-20 08:39:12

Thanks so much - hadn't heard of any of these and they all look great!

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EmmaStone Sun 20-Dec-20 09:08:11

Becoming by Michelle Obama

Caitlin Moran's books

Invisible Women

Biographies of the Mitford sisters.

EmmaStone Sun 20-Dec-20 09:09:21

EmmaStone

Becoming by Michelle Obama

Caitlin Moran's books

Invisible Women

Biographies of the Mitford sisters.


Oh. Sorry, missed your last sentence. These might not tick all of your boxes...

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