Book are a portable kind of magic.
Sit back relax and let the book give you the answer.
This week I purged my bookcase of books that no longer spoke to me. 13 books to be exact (mix of coaching and self-help books) which will be donated to the local bookstore called Voices Book Nook. To me, books have a portable magic to them. The right book always seems to appear with the answers I'm looking for before I even ask the question. Some of my personal favorites:
So, imagine my surprise when 2 books appeared to me this week via Facebook ads and News Programs:
The Botanist murder mystery reminded me of the creative project I want to start this Spring - create a Nature/Plant Sound Essence CD based on local Poison Plants. As far the McMasters Gide to Homicide, I read the first few pages via Amazon (for free) and the book just made me giggle.
Imagine a Harry Potter Style University for Homicide Training
At lunch on Saturday, I was telling a friend (who likes mystery books) about the two books that magically appeared this week. I then asked her the question...I wonder what my expertise would be. And her response "Poison Plants". Go figure!!! Needless to say, I ordered the books as these two books have really sparked my curiosity. As for the title of this blog, Rupert Holmes (the man who wrote/sang Pina Colloda song) wrote the Murder Your Employer: The McMasters Guide to Homicide book. So obviously, I will have to drink Pina Collada's while I read this book.
What books have inspired you over the years?
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