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Talking as Fast as I Can
Talking as Fast as I Can by Lauren Graham (Other Nonfiction)
I enjoyed hearing about the Gilmore Girls behind the scenes stuff, but the book was hard for me to read. She rambles, which makes sense because that's how she tends to talk in interviews, but it was hard for me to follow. -- Added by EBurkhead on 02/20/2017

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The Wait
The Wait by DeVon Franklin (Other Nonfiction)
Great advice about dating, finding your future spouse, having patience in your life. The authors give first hand accounts about practicing celibacy. It is a Christian based book with references to God but has practical advice for anyone who is looking for true love. -- Added by Sunnygirl317 on 02/18/2017

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Genome
Genome by Matt Ridley (Other Nonfiction)
A rather detailed book about genes,chromosomes,and DNA. It speaks to the influence of genes,environment,and free will. A number of good dicussions about determinism,eugenics,peer influence and their interaction -- Added by Rjudd6@sbcglobal.net on 02/17/2017

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Spiritual Formation as if the Church Mattered
Spiritual Formation as if the Church Mattered by James C. Wilhoit (Other Nonfiction)
How to concern ourselves with the church's real job, helping individuals grow spiritually with God. Great for educating ourselves on how we are supposed to grow with God and what the gospel is for. Enjoy! -- Added by Jeremiah on 02/16/2017

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Spiritual Disciplines Handbook
Spiritual Disciplines Handbook by Adele Ahlberg Calhoun (Other Nonfiction)
This book helps break down the different spiritual disciplines and desires of the heart. Very helpful in understanding how to proceed with having a real and meaningful relationship with God. Enjoy! -- Added by Jeremiah on 02/16/2017

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Celebration of Discipline
Celebration of Discipline by Richard J. Foster (Other Nonfiction)
This book helps tremendously with coming to a greater understanding of spiritual disciplines and their purpose. Enjoy! -- Added by Jeremiah on 02/16/2017

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Replenish
Replenish by Lance Witt (Other Nonfiction)
This book is great for Spiritual Growth and evaluating your spiritual well being. -- Added by Jeremiah on 02/16/2017

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Thank You for Being Late
Thank You for Being Late by Thomas L. Friedman (Other Nonfiction)
The title serves as a reminder that we should pause to appreciate (and attempt to understand) the world we live in amid the accelerations that are causing tremendous stress. Friedman posits that all of us have a responsibility to work together to fix problems and seek solutions that work for everyone. A remark from physicist and environmentalist Amory Lovins struck a chord when he described himself, not as a pessimist or an optimist, both of which rely on fate and absolve us of personal responsibility for what happens. He believes, instead, in "applied hope" in order to create the future we want. -- Added by Noni on 02/16/2017

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Man's Search for Meaning
Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Emil Frankl (Other Nonfiction)
The first portion of the book recounts the author's concentration camp experience during WW2. Very heavy and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone prone to depression or anxiety. The second portion is overall, quite uplifting, although Frankl reaches back to tragic observations while interred. -- Added by NanM on 02/16/2017

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The Girls from Ames
The Girls from Ames by Jeffrey Maslow (Other Nonfiction)
The book puts flesh on the sociology findings about female friendships. As I am blessed with many friends, nothing was a big surprise. Easy read. -- Added by NanM on 02/16/2017

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When Breath Becomes Air
When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi (Other Nonfiction)
Great read -- Added by dashman63 on 02/14/2017

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The Afterlife of Billy Fingers
The Afterlife of Billy Fingers by Kagan, Annie (Other Nonfiction)
It claims to be a true story, it kind of falls apart at the end, when the title person says he has cast off all memory to become one with the universe, but still remembers to visit earth to chat with his sister. Either one or the other, please. But it is a fun read, even though it was not as therapeutic as the friend who gave it to me hoped. -- Added by Konsulentin on 02/14/2017

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The TV Doctors
The TV Doctors by Louis Solomon (Other Nonfiction)
Couldn't resist a look back at the characters and actors of medical tv shows from the start of television through the mid-70s. -- Added by read-when-i-can on 02/13/2017

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Ray & Joan
Ray & Joan by Lisa Napoli (Other Nonfiction)
Loved this book, great story about the founder of McDonald's and his story. -- Added by agfab68 on 02/13/2017

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The Magnolia Story (with Bonus Content)
The Magnolia Story (with Bonus Content) by Chip Gaines (Other Nonfiction)
Lovely "little" book that tells the life story of the couple that has gained stardom with their HGTV series "Fixer Upper". -- Added by stephaniephillips on 02/13/2017

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