What book are you most grateful for?
I am a self-proclaimed book hoarder. I love them. I prefer hardcovers and will pay the extra for one if it's part of a series that I'm currently obsessed with. I have been an avid reader all of my life and can remember reading Dr. Seuss and making up songs to the words, then pouring over Judy Blume's books and being amazed that she could write about real teen aged things. When I was in college it was Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and The Women of Brewster Place by Gloria Naylor that rocked my world. In my 20's I discovered The Vampire Chronicles and would countdown the days until the next book in the series would be released. After that I discovered a love of historical fiction that painted pictures of a past life I imagine I once lived...all stone keeps and clan lords. My 40's have so far seen me exploring the writings and teachings of my spiritual mentors...Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, Brene Brown, but the one that I have to say has had the biggest impact on me is E2 (E Squared), by Pam Grout. I speak of this book on here all the time because it really can be a life changing book. This little book proved to me, through a series of simple science experiments that my thoughts really do affect my reality and the Universe is always, always giving us exactly what we ask it for. If you haven't read it, please do.