One of my reading goals for 2022 is to actually complete the non-fiction books I start or have started in the recent past. This is the first month that I can remember when I read/completed more non-fiction than fiction. Enjoyed all these books.
Here's a look at what I read in January:
The High House by Jessie Greengrass : Quick read. Interesting story (climate disaster related). Complicated characters and lovely writing style. I think this one will revisit me from time to time.
Reckless Girls by Rachel Hawkins : Tore through this one within a day. Kept my interest. A perfect one for getting back into a reading groove.
Cultish by Amanda Montell : Fascinating look at language and the ways it can be used to manipulate people.
We Are What We Eat by Alice Waters : This is a topic I'm interested in so I enjoyed it as a tool for filling myself up with some more content related to slow living + eating.
Wintering by Katherine May : Been working through this one the last couple of months and really enjoyed it. I loved the seasonal angle on life and the recognition that we all live through various winters in our lives. I’ll probably re-read this one again in a future winter.