While at the library yesterday the most normal thing happened. All prior lists of books to read got lost in my memory and I stood staring at the racks wondering what to do. Frustration began growing as I desperately searched my mind for titles or authors or even subject keywords to input to the catalog system. Eventually I gave up that ghost and resorted to seeking out recommendations online from Women and Childrens First staff members and GoodReads.com
Since I have piles of lists, spreadsheets, scraps of paper containing titles floating around me like a messy lily pond of literature, I decided to try to organize them further into the lovely good reads system. Find me there! Shana Rose. Here's my first review:
Women Who Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estés
This is an essential book for any woman seeking insight to her own intuition. It's a compilation of literary oral tales informing on the growth and development of women over their lives. It's breathtaking and I consider it to be a guidebook of the best kind, which I will carry with me until old, old age.
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