September 10, 2009


What’s the most informative book you’ve read recently?

Right at the moment I'm reading a non-fiction called Pay Attention, Say Thank You: Seven Rules & Practices for Joyful Living by M. Gail Woodard which is informative but very small. It really just tells you the rule and how to practice it. It motivates but it doesn't go into why it works.

Actually I found Sacred Hearts to be tremendously informative. It's an historical fiction with a lot of information about convents and medicine in the sixteenth century. I learned a great deal and it was not at all boring.


Jennifer TFFQ said...

Medicine in the 16th century. *shivers

gautami tripathy said...

I too think historical fiction are informative.

Booking through recent informative

Zibilee said...

I am really glad that you liked Sacred Hearts. I thought the sections on medicine were also really interesting, and were some of my favorite parts of the book.