Andrea Wilson Woods



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On My Nightstand
I am always reading multiple books at a time. Here's a glimpse at what I'm reading now.
Reading Memoirs:

Vow: A Memoir of Marriage (and Other Affairs)

By Wendy Plump

Plump captures the essence of allure so magically that you understand why she cheats on her spouse multiple times even if you can't forgive her (I do). Highly recommended by Agent Betsy Lerner and well worth the read.



Reading other Nonfiction:

Someone has to set a bad example

By Anne Taintor

My stepmother bought me this book for my birthday knowing how much I love vintage with a modern twist. Hysterical!

Reading Fiction:
The Silent Wife

By A.S.A. Harrison

It's tragic that this author died of cancer before seeing her debut novel published. This book is outstanding: the characters are well written; the plot produces surprise twists; and the outcome may shock you.

Reading about Writing:

Writing the Memoir: From Truth to Art

By Judith Barrington

This more advanced guide to writing memoir contains writing exercises at the end of each chapter that I found helpful.

Reading about Wellness/Spirituality:

The Heart of Yoga: Developing a Personal Practice

By T.K.V. Desikachar

This book is amazing and a must-read for anyone wanting to learn more about yoga. Bonus: the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali are in this book!

Exercising My Ass Off

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