Once again, I set out this year to read 25 books, only to come woefully short of that goal. Much of that was because I spent a good portion of this year writing more than reading, but I’m also trying to focus more on the quality of what I read over the quantity.
This book is a personal story by Scarlet Hiltibidal about how she overcame her fears, which ranged anywhere from phobias to a potential cancer diagnosis.
I’m not a parent yet, but I think it’s safe to say parenting is hard. Parenting a child with special needs adds a whole new layer of challenges. Author Jamie Sumner’s son Charlie has Cerebral Palsy. Her new book, Eat, Sleep, Save the World: Words of Encouragement for the Special Needs Parent, offers comfort, advice, and encouragement for other parents of children with special needs.