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June Reading

Finally here with all the June reading! I went on a nonfiction binge last month, with some mixed results.
The good: Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life by William Finnegan - Such a romantic, nostalgic read of a young surfer's life in the 60's and 70's.  Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson - An honest, sometimes-heartbreaking, sometimes-hilarious portrait of the author's life with a variety of mental illnesses. You have to respect the bravery and courage of a person who unapologetically shares their story in the hopes of making others feel less alone. The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom - What an amazing woman, and the family she came from. The family helped hide Jewish people in their home when the Nazis started invading, and subsequently ended up in camps themselves for their efforts.
The okay: The Andy Cohen Diaries by Andy Cohen - Everyone's favorite Bravo host lives a colorful life and describes it well. I enjoyed his crazy family and circle of friends but to be honest, re…

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