The snow is falling, the cold air whips in a frenzy, freezing anyone who dares step outside. But inside it's warm: the fireplace is burning, maybe the radiator shoots off steam or central heat keeps everything at a toasty temperature.
Winter is the best time to stay at home and get cozy with a warm drink, warm feet and a good book. Here are a few of our favorite tomes to get you through the winter hibernation.
Many Lives, Many Masters, Brian L. Weiss, MD.
As featured on Oprah’s “Super Soul Sunday,” the classic bestseller on a true case of past-life trauma and past-life therapy from author and psychotherapist Dr. Brian Weiss.
Jitterbug Perfume, Tom Robbins
All of Tom Robbin's books are a fantastical verbal buffet. This book in particular is one of his most beautiful and philosophical. The major themes of the book include the striving for immortality, the meaning behind the sense of smell, individual expression, self-reliance, sex, love, and religion.
A Confederacy of Dunces, John Kennedy Toole
A laugh a minute, this masterpiece is full of wit, humor and truly masterful writing. A story about a bombastic social misfit and his misadventures with a rowdy cast of memorable characters. This is one you'll want to read over and over again through the years.
Nine Kinds of Naked, Tony Vigorito
Similar in style to Tom Robbins's quirky and hilarious prose, Nine Kinds of Naked spins an artful story around the Jungian concept of synchronicity, chaos theory, and the Butterfly Effect.
Beyond the Sky and the Earth: A Journey into Bhutan, Jamie Zeppa
The true story of a 22-year-old Canadian woman who, never having been outside of North America, said goodbye to her fiancé, her plans for graduate and life as she knew it to move to Bhutan.
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