This is How

From Kristen Przybylski
Title: This is How
Author: Augusten Burroughs
I thought this was a very insightful book on various things one can improve apon themselves. Whether it is about confidence, weight loss, shyness, etc. Their are a lot of areas that Mr. Burroughs touches upon and helps the reader by giving thoughtful suggestions on “how to” work through their problems. This is not your traditional self-help book. If anyone has read a book by Augusten Burroughs, then you will know that he puts his own twist in the mix which made it a fasinating read. And it helps give you a different perspective on areas of peoples’ lives that they want to improve on. Or not.

Diary of a Mad Fat Girl

From Andrea Payne
Title: Diary of a Mad Fat Girl
Author: Stephanie McAfee
A hilarious page turner about 3 friends from Bugtussle, MS who all all teach at the local high school. Graciella “Ace”  Jones, is the main character. Lilly is her best friend and a “retired” model. Chloe is wealthy and married to an abusive serial cheater, Richard. Ace is a size 16, loves pizza, beer, cheeseburgers, her Chiweenie dog, Buster Lou and her ex whom she left 3 years ago. The story begins with Lilly being fired under by their horrid principal, who torments Ace and as it turns out has a secret of her own she doesn’t wish to be revealed. The story follows Ace & Lilly on severalc comical misadventures as they stalk Chloe’s husband in an effort to prove he’s cheating, hoping to provide Chloe with enough motivation to divorce him. Unexpected assistance comes from an unexpected source. This books is fun & fast-paced. Definitely worth reading.

Objects of my affection

From Rachelle Chamberd
Title: Objects of my affection
Author: Jill Smolinski
Wow this would make a great TV movie! A deep story about a personal organizer who must convince a reclusive artist to give up her
hoarding ways.However the organizer comes aboard with a deck of her own life problems. Although two totally different personalities,years apart,they begin to see just how similar they are,grow very close and through the process learn so much about themselves as individuals.Very exciting adventure, humor, lighhearted and relatable,could be you or someone you know. Highly recommend,could not put it down.