In her second novel in the Practical Magic series, Alice Hoffman masterfully weaves in the elements of time and antecedents while also creating a stand-alone story. The Rules of Magic sets the stage for Practical Magic, while still maintaining a certain unpredictability.
The Almanack is a collection of interviews, tweet storms, and other materials sourced and strung together by the author to create a single destination of all Naval Ravikant’s advice and philosophy as it relates to business and happiness.
The Giver of Stars is an historical fictional recount of The Pack Horse Library. It’s a vivid story about the importance of connection and what it means to be an independent thinker.
Dr. Judson Brewer’s book “Unwinding Anxiety” is a refreshing take on anxiety and panic disorder. It’s a workbook on how to deconstruct negative habits and thought patterns associated with anxiety.
Magic Lessons takes us back in time, to the 1600s, when the tale of the Owens matriarch, Maria Owens, begins. While it ends on a whimsical, if not movie-esque, note the novel is cloaked in a sort of hopeful darkness.