Bookshelves

I’ve read my whole life, everything, all the time.  I love books.  I’m addicted to used bookstores.  When I’m in someone else’s space I don’t look in their drawers.  I look at their bookshelves.  Because my reading is eclectic and voluminous, I’ve divided this list into categories for easier browsing.  I’ll update regularly, so check back often!

Nonfiction

The Bitch, the Crone and the Harlot by Susan Schachterle. My copy of this came out of a used bookstore.  The title made me smile, so I took it home and read it.  Now it’s bristling with Post-It tabs and Bookdarts and I wouldn’t be without it.  A wonderful book about reclaiming female power in middle age.

Being Wrong by Kathryn Schulz. Prepare to be tickled, challenged and provoked.  What if…we’re wrong?

Home Sanctuary by Nicole Marcelis. A book about making a home that nurtures you, containing an exercise for creating balance in your life.

Getting Real by Susan Campbell, Ph.D. Living authentically.

Clean Sweep by Denny Sargent. All about letting go.

From poet, mystic and philosopher John O’Donohue:

From educator and researcher Dr. Elaine Aron:

An exploration of emotional and physical survival in all its aspects, social, physiological and psychological. A fascinating blend of true stories and science. Absorbing and provocative writing and essays from Laurence Gonzales:

Food, diet, nutrition and health:

Permaculture and holistic land management:

Earth systems science:

  • Animate Earth by Stephan Harding
  • Darwin’s Unfinished Business by Simon G. Powell
  • Overshoot by William R. Catton, Jr.
  • The Revenge of Gaia by James Lovelock
  • Into the Cool: Energy Flow, Thermodynamics and Life by Dorion Sagan
  • Never Out of Season: How Having the Food We Want When We Want It Threatens Our Food Supply and Our Future by Rob Dunn