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My Top 7 Books & Other Stuff from 2020

So 2020 was quite the year for everyone. It’s certainly a year we’ll never forget, but it’s one I am thankful for, just quite simply for the personal growth that took place. This is a sample of what my 2020 looked like which consisted primarily of learning—in more ways than one.

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Why you should read Forward in the Face of Fear

I love reading, but most of my friends don’t share my same enthusiasm—especially when it comes to biographies and autobiographies. To a history lover you can imagine my dismay over this! But I do understand what they are getting at. Sometimes you read a biography, and it’s just boring. And autobiographies are even worse! I will admit I did have a bit of these prejudices when I started reading Forward in the Face of Fear by Dr. Edgar Feghaly. But they did not last long. Once I started the book, I could not put it down! I have never read a nonfiction book that kept my attention so well. Here are some reasons you should read Forward in the Face of Fear:  Read more