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10 libros para leer durante la cuarentena – IMAGEN

10 libros para leer durante la cuarentena

“Quiero leerme un buen libro”, es lo que me digo a mi misma la mayoría del tiempo. Entiendo que no todo el mundo es fan de la lectura o del audiobook pero si de algo estoy segura ahora mismo es que debemos tener la opción de leer como parte de nuestros ‘THINGS TO DO’  durante estos días de cuarentena.

Primero que nada, leer puede bajar tus niveles de stress, te ayuda a matar tiempo, depende del libro que escojas puedes aprender de muchas cosas incluso leer durante la noche puede ayudarte a dormirte mas rápido. Si eres parte de un book club puedes charlar con tus compañeros via FaceTime y consultar el libro. ¿Por qué no? Hay que ser creativo en estos días y tratar de manejarlo de la mejor manera posible.

Adjunto les tengo una lista de todos los libros que he conseguido nuevos y no tan nuevos que pueden hacer que la palabra aburrida desaparezca de tu diccionario. 

The Lightness por Emily Temple


Such a Fun Age por Kelly Reid

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Today is the day tickets drop for this year’s Indy Book and Author Benefit. I had the privilege to volunteer at this amazing and charitable event last year and it was life-giving, heart-shaping, and just plain fun!⁣ ⁣ You arrive to a beautiful venue lavished with tables adorned with aesthetically pleasing decor and you have the chance to sit amongst best selling authors and eat lunch! Every author featured at the event has an allotted time to speak about their book/writing process. As an aspiring author, this was incredibly inspiring and equally beneficial.⁣ ⁣ I’m most excited to meet debut author, @kileyreid this year!!!⁣ ⁣ Check out the link in my bio for tickets or go to @indybookandauthor! ⁣ ⁣ #suchafunage #kileyreid #indybookandauthor #christamorehouseguild #reesesbookclub @reesesbookclub

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The Bright Hour por Nina Riggs

Swearing Is Good For You por Emma Byrne


Women Talking por Miriam Toews

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REVIEW: [trigger warning: rape] Miriam Toews’ WOMEN TALKING is an imagined response to real crimes that were perpetrated against Mennonite women in the Bolivian Manitoba colony between 2005 and 2009. Many women – over 130 – were repeatedly anaesthetised with a sedative spray and raped at night in their own beds. Often waking up with no recollection other than the physical manifestations of this crime, they were initially made to believe that they were being visited by ghosts or demons and then told that it must be their ‘wild female imagination’. – Toews, a descendant of the Molotschna colony in what is now Ukraine, where many of the Bolivian colonies also descended, felt a duty to write back to this narrative – a narrative that time and again refuses to name the real perpetrators. Spread over the space of only two days, WOMEN TALKING is a fictional account of eight women from two major families in the colony gathering in secret to discuss how they are going to protect themselves and their daughters from further harm. The rapists have been imprisoned in the city for their own safety as Salome, one of the women, had previously attacked them with a scythe. With only a couple of days to decide whether to leave the colony or stay and fight before the men are granted bail, the women have a lot of ground to cover. – It is interesting how Toews chooses to tell this imagined response. August, excommunicated from the colony when he was younger due to circumstances we are not made privy to til later, is the narrator. He has recently returned from England after trying and failing to live in the outside world. Ona, a childhood friend, has asked him to translate and write down the minutes of the women talking despite the fact that the women are not taught to read and cannot possible look over these notes. As the women – from different generations – often clash with their ideas, we are interrupted by August’s interjections. I was initially frustrated with August but soon warmed up to him and upon reaching the end I realised the purpose of this approach. **CONTINUED IN THE COMMENTS**

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A Woman Is No Man por Etaf Rum


24/6 por Tiffany Shlain

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The pre-order page just went live for my first book “24/6:The Power of Unplugging One Day a Week” Super excited… have been working really hard on it. Loving the process and ready to get the ideas out to the world. (You can go to Amazon and search Shlain and 24/6 or link in bio) The book explores my family’s (including daughters Odessa age 16 and Blooma, 10) near decade-long practice of turning off our screens for one day a week for what we cal our Technology Shabbat. the book also offers a bigger look at the effects of starting at our screens 24/7 on ourselves, our relationships, our society, and our democracy, and suggestions for ways forward. Pre-orders mean a lot for a book so please pre-order today:) Thank you! Xo Tiffany #Technology #Humanity #DigitalWellBeing #Neuroscience #TechShabbat #24SixLife #Tech #shabbat #Screentime #Reflection

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 Wine Simple por Aldo Sohm


Say Nothing por Patrick Redden Keefe

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| Book Review |⁣ ⁣ In 1972, Jean McConville, a widowed mother of 10, was dragged from her home in Belfast by masked intruders and was never seen again. Not long before, McConville was said to have comforted a dying British soldier who was shot outside her flat. ‘Brit Lover’ was scrawled across her front door. On the night of her abduction some of her children recognised faces of their neighbours among those who abducted her.⁣ ⁣ The disappearance of Jean McConville is used as the starting point to explain the Troubles in Northern Ireland. It is a long and complex history, and one which is not easy to explain simply and concisely. However, this is where ‘Say Nothing’ excels. The book deals with the Troubles by breaking it down into digestible stories about its significant players, namely Dolours Price and Gerry Adams. Their involvement in the IRA and their alleged involvement in the murder of Jean McConville and many others is covered in forensic detail and grippingly told.⁣ ⁣ Fans of ‘Milkman’ by Anna Burns who are unaware of the circumstances of the community in which the narrator has grown up and lives in would appreciate ‘Say Nothing.’ It portrays the fear and claustrophobia that communities were subjected to back when the Troubles were at their height.⁣ ⁣ If I was to criticise this book in any way, it would be that sometimes it uses descriptive language that falls completely flat. There was a section where petrol bombs being thrown at tanks were compared to broken eggs and it was a clumsy and cringeworthy analogy. At one point a girl was described as a ‘lovely looking teenager’ and though it was a brief mention I couldn’t help but find it inappropriate and a little bit creepy.⁣ ⁣ As I switched between the book and audio I must express some criticism for the audiobook, where the narrator butchers the pronunciation of many, MANY words. He often pauses before a ‘tricky’ word as if to take the measure of it and then proceeds to butcher it anyway. It’d be funny if it wasn’t such a serious subject.⁣ ⁣ Aside from those two issues I found it a worthwhile and educational read, especially about a topic which, despite being Irish, I’ve always been very ignorant about.

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Follow Me por Kathleen Barber


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