1. The idle traveller by Dan Kieran
The art of slow travel. An enjoyable read about how to make the journey more meaningful and fun.
2. DIY magic by Anthony Alvarado
Learn to access deeper levels of creative thought with unusual techniques. Inspiration for artists, writers and creatives.
3. If you only knew by Kristan Higgins
As far as chick-lit is concerned, Higgins is one of my favorite authors. A pleasant end of summer read with a few twists that keep the story from being predictable :)
4. Thai Vegetarian Cooking by Anne Johnson
This is quite an old book, but the recipes are easy to follow, and most importantly require minimal cooking time. Perfect for busy people who appreciate the flavorful Thai veggie cuisine.
5. The Feline Mystique by Clea Simon
A blend of historical, cultural and literary references to the special bond between women and cats.
6. Omens by Kelley Armstrong
If you're a fan of the Bitten series (the books, not the TV series) then you might want to give this book, part of the new Cainsville series, a try. Features a clever female protagonist with psychic abilities.
7. The Divine Matrix by Gregg Braden
I've read several of Braden's books. This is an older one which I am re-reading. This is mind-expanding stuff and in light of the recent horrific events all over the world a beacon of hope.
What books have you read lately? Any recommendations? Do share in the comments!