Walking and "reading"
Updated: Apr 5
At a time like this, we turn to artists to remind us who we are and how to hold on. I've picked up a new habit that's good for the mind, body and soul.
Spending excessive amounts of time alone can be a real challenge on our mental health. Our normal, healthy lifestyle patterns or even our go-to distractions may not be available. Here are some book recommendations and how to listen
“The walking helps get me outside and discover parts of nearby neighbourhoods I never knew existed. Checking out all the kids' drawings in the windows reminds me that I'm not living in a real-life version of I am Legend."
Apps for Accessing Audiobooks
Libby - you can sign in with your library cards, put holds on books that aren't available and cruise the "what's available" section for popular, new titles. ITS FREE!
Audible - for $14/month you can pick one book of your choosing. The selection is superior to Libby and you can purchase for the retail price other books.
Books I finished in March...
Written by: Walter Isaacson
Narrated by: Dylan Baker
Written by: John Carreyrou
Narrated by: Will Damron
Written by: Bryan Caplan
Narrated by: David Drummond
Written by: Emily St. John Mandel
Narrated by: Kirsten Potter
Written by: André Alexis
Narrated by: André Alexis
Written by: Thomas King
Narrated by: Lorne Cardinal
Written by: Michael A. Singer
Narrated by: Peter Berkrot
Narrated by: Kirby Heyborne
Written by: Charlie LeDuff
Narrated by: Eric Martin
Written by: Caroline Criado Perez
Narrated by: Caroline Criado Perez
Also worth checking out in the world of stories is..
Montreal writer Heather O’Neill is reading a poem a day on Twitter
Dolly Parton reads bedtime stories from the Imagination Library starting April 2, 2020