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How Starbucks Saved My Life by Michael Gates Gill: A former executive loses his job and develops a brain tumor. He takes a job at Starbucks under a young black manager, whose positive character helps him heal and understand the value of respecting others. This is a moving tale of a privileged person whose life falls apart but who is able to pull himself up again.

Now is the Time to Open Your Heart by Alice Walker: A woman reaching mid-life shrugs off all she has done in order to discover who she might be. Kate has been profoundly unhappy for some time, dreaming of rivers, until she takes off for the Colorado and the Amazon. This story resonates with spirituality, the feminine, and exotic travel.

The Motion of the Ocean by Janna Cawrse Esarey: Janna and Graeme go on an unusual honeymoon—a 17,000-mile, two-year voyage across the Pacific. Follow their quest to resolve the uncertainties so many couples face—how to know if you've found the One; how to balance couplehood and selfhood; and whether to jump ship or navigate together when the waters get rough.

Without Reservations by Alice Steinbach: Illustrated with postcards from her sojourns in Paris, Oxford, and Milan, this revealing book transports readers into a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist's fascinating inner and outer journey, an unforgettable voyage of discovery.

Committed by Elizabeth Gilbert: Continuing the personal narrative begun in Eat, Pray, Love, Gilbert chronicles how the United States government gave her and her Brazilian-born lover, Felipe, an ultimatum—marry or Felipe cannot enter the country again—and how she tackled her fears through research and personal reflection on the institution of marriage. Written in conversational, easy-going style, this tale is intriguing and insightful.

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[a library is infinity under a roof] broaden your horizons - so many books to read and so little time lol

Black Dagger Brotherhood!!

This site is awesome. Type in your favorite book and it will list 20 others similar to it. :)


The Bell Jar

Love this book. I've read it more times than I can remember