Affirmation for June 29, 2010: Read A Book

A good book should leave you... slightly exhausted at the end.  You live several lives while reading it.- William Styron, interview, Writers at Work, 1958Thought of the day:Sometimes, when the real life gets a little too overwhelming, don't escape into substances or a bad habit. Escape into a book! Anyone who's had the fortunate experience of getting absolutely lost in a good book will tell you: time will fly, minds will open, and you will emerge a little more enriched than when you first started.If you're looking for good book suggestions, there are several sites that can help. If you are an avid reader already, and you know the titles to your favorite books or you have a favorite author, check out www.whatshouldireadnext.com. It allows you to input a title or an author and it will generate a list of recommendations of... what you should read next! :)
And while you're at it, help our other DS members out and leave a comment about who your favorite author or what your favorite book(s) is/are!
If you are just starting your journey to becoming a bookworm, check out about.com's guides-- specifically, this page listing the best and worst books of the years.Happy reading!TeamDS
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I just read \"The Shack\"....by William Paul Young....wonderful!!! Very thought provoking...A combination of imaginary fiction and spiritual theology!! I could not put it down...I still go back and read parts of it over and over....This book has impacted my life in such and wonderfully inspiring way...Highly recommend it to anyone who is grieving from the loss of a loved one or overwhelmed with tragic and stressful events in their life...

.Namaste, Rebecca