Advice needed

Dear All,

this time a short and sweet post. I need your help, recently I have been reading a lot of books about loss and death and grief, probably too many for my own good. Because of that I wanted to ask you for recommendations of something more positive, cheerful, lighter. Anything that you consider a pick-me-up read, anything you read when world is far from perfect, anything that made you smile or laugh or grow or believe in people more, please share in comments.

Yours sincerely,

Jo (currently a tad too world-skeptic)

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10 thoughts on “Advice needed

  1. I checked my “Life Affirming” shelf on Goodreads, and I recommend Anne Lamott,’s Traveling Mercies, The Geography of Bliss by Eric Weiner, Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter, The Humans by Matt Haig, and Alexander McCall Smith’s Scotland Street series.

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  2. I was talking to another blogger about this last week! Seems like every book on every prize shortlist is about death and grief.
    I recommend you hit up some of the ‘classics’ – Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day, some Nancy Mitford, Nora Ephron… I loved Shirley Barrett’s Rush Oh!; Sloane Crosley’s essay collections made me laugh out loud; Jonathan Grimwood’s The Last Banquet was fast paced and completely mad; Addition by Toni Jordan is very, very light and funny. Good luck!

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  3. I’m not sure if it made me believe in people more, but Tempst-Tost by Robertson Davies sure made me chuckle. Another one that I remember making me snicker the whole way through is The Woefield Poultry Collective by Susan Juby.
    I’m loving the recommendations you’re getting!

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