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Great Summer Covid Reading

IMG_9348Don’t miss out on reading good books this summer, especially since so many of us are caught inside due to the temperatures and Covid 19. It’s a great opportunity.

Aside from reading quite a few picture books, I have somehow found time to read novels and non fiction pieces some of which are both beautifully written and fully engaging. My mind is still elastic enough to learn something which each book I read. So find the time and enjoy.

I sent out my favorite reads of all time last year and they are well worth reading. But this year I would like to add a few more recommendations.

Hamilton by Ron Chernow
Fidelity by Wendell Berry

The Overstory by Richard Powers

Between the World and Me by Tai-Nehisi Coates

Born a Crime by Trevor Noah

Drawdown by Paul Hawkin

I am also happy to report that my latest novel, The Big Melt, is enjoying brisk sales in both the paper copy and the e version. It has been shortlisted for 2 book awards and reviewers are finding it engaging and inspiring.  I have been doing zoom discussions of the book with book clubs, school groups, environmental groups, and church groups. Email me to schedule a time: ned@sustainable.us.

Enjoy!

Ned Tillman


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