What book are you reading?

Tonina N.
I'm reading Neil gaiman's "good omens". I like the humor of this book,the way how characters are described. when I read it I always wonder which part was written by Terry Pratchett and which part was written by Neil gaiman.
Nina N.
I am reading the book of The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle, its reminds us how to in the Here and Now and enjoy the present moment. This book has actually lead me to practice mindfulness and meditation.
Clifton N.
I am reading, One hundred years of solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. I cant tell whether I like the story so far. Its pretty uncomfortable with incest and dysfunctional family relations. Nothing too profound to reflect upon. However I intend to finish the book since I started. Wish me luck!
Christian Z.
“My sister the serial killer”. I chose this book as it was reviewed as being funny and light-hearted and I wanted an easy read to get in to during isolation.
Bradley N.
Currently I am reading Pillow Thoughts by Courtney Peppernell. I actually just finished it tonight and I realized how insightful it truly was. I am very glad that I finally got to reading it since I’ve had it for a while. It was an amazing book 🙂
Telma P.
I’m reading actually two books, 5 second rule from Mel Robbins and Strong looks better naked from Khloe Kardashian. Depending on my mood I will choose the book for the evening.
Eva N.
I’m Christian, so I try to read the Bible every day. Right now I’m a student so I don’t have time for pleasure reading :/
Becka X.
Currently re-Reading The Portrait of a Lady by Henry James. An excellent and often droll look at life and love.
But probably more relevant to the Fabulous journey we are on I’m reading The Upward Spiral by Alex Korb. It’s a really good book about the brain and depression and how you can “rewire” it. Strongly recommend it.
Adam U.
Unf*ck Yourself, by Gary John Bishop. It has an accompanying workbook. It’s based on Stoicism rather than psychotherapy, so it’s not as transformative, but it is useful and effective.
Lucinda Q.
The giver of stars about Jojo Moyes

It’s about five women in the 1930s in Kentucky. They all have different, backgrounds, personalities and views but they come together to run a travelling library. Which is met with scepticism from the town. It discusses racism and sexism in a very realistic way. It’s written very well, in terms of character development and description of locations. Very enjoyable to read and get away from the world.

Marlene T.
Theres a few I've had on my shelf for ages, so slowly getting through them.
Currently, a collection of short stories looking at myths and legends around the world.
Jessie O.
I'm reading A Silent Voice, a manga about a deaf girl and a boy who bullies who changes overtime. It really hits me about the feelings within this series. I've watched the anime but there's more hidden in the manga that isn't shown in the anime and it's really emotional.
Immah Z.
Hey, I'm currently reading born a crime by Trevor Noah. It is so captivating. I'm loving every bit of it and honestly, it's so hard to put down once you get started. What about you?
Chris N.
Principles by Ray Dalio
How Great Leaders Think by Lee Bolman
Marshal McLuhan; the Man and His Message byGeorge Sanderson, and
About Face by David Hackworth.

Yes I am reading all of those right now. Great Leaders is borrowed so that has the most attention. I may miss a day with the others until I finish it. I’ve been alternating Hackworth and Dalio at night. McLuhan has been my morning read. Sanderson just became available so I am working to finish it before it expires next week.

Kathy J.
I just finished Lies Young Women Believe and the Truth that Sets them Free. Right now I'm in the middle of Child of the River.
Simone I.
I am reading two books. 1: a fiction book about a young werewolf girl, who falls in love with her 15-year older teacher, who also is a werewolf, she just doesn't know it yet… 2: a nonfiction book about how self-love is the key to unlocking your greatness, and how to achieve it using good vibes.
Rem N.
I am reading a life of one comedienne and also the life of a composer. So actually trying to read 2 books at the same time and you, what are you reading?