So I haven’t posted in forever and I promise I have good reasons. I was incredibly busy with school and work but I’m back now with this post about audibles.
I adore reading. But reading anything other than my assigned book for classes somewhat makes me feel guilty. Listening to books on the other hand, is no big deal. So I went over to audible and browsed around and seriously, they have the biggest selection of audiobooks I’ve ever come across. You can find anything you want. So a sizable amount of hours and a series of obsessions later, I’m giving you the top 5 audiobooks that I can’t stop talking about.
Milk and Honey- Rupi Kaur
Rupi Kaur reads this herself and let me tell you, you will not pause it for a second. In four chapters, it progressed through a rollercoaster of emotions. I’m writing a whole review on this book with extreme spoilers so I’ll just end this here.
2. The little book of Hygge- Meik Wiking
You need this book, don’t fight me on this. Haha but seriously, Meik Wiking introduces a new perspective on how to live life and enjoy every moment. Grab a cup of tea, light some candles and play this. You will thank him and Danes for this masterpiece of a concept
3. Uninvited- Lysa TerKeurst
An extremely honest book about the author’s personal experience with rejection and her research on it. Its potency is made obvious by the depth of every word the author used and leads you to reflect on your own thoughts on the matter too. It also includes plenty biblical references for different situations so this was pretty much a perfect read for me.
4. Eat, Pray, Love- Elizabeth Gilbert
I read this book about 5 years ago and I’m still obsessed with it. It is a huge bonus that Elizabeth Gilbert herself reads this book and despite the incredible acting of Julia roberts, this helps you feel the authentic story on a different level.
5. Year of yes- Shonda Rhimes
I’ve been waiting to read this forever. After binge watching Grey’s anatomy and Scandal, this book gives you a great insight of the woman behind these great creations. It is about the year she spent saying yes to unexpected invitations and every introvert could relate and learn from this.
So there you have it. You can go on audible and get a free 30 day trial! Let me know what you guys end up reading and anything you’d recommend.