It has been awhile since we have checked in on what’s happening in your literary life lately! Did you know reading books has been scientifically proven to lengthen the number of years you live? Talk about a sustainable way to live! If you or your loved one is a reluctant reader, you will get tips to address this so you too can live a longer life.
Here is what you can expect in this episode:
- Why readers live longer and what you can do to join the ranks.
- Fun, quirky books Susan completed since the last Literary Life Lately episode.
- Two books that were meh, plus one that you need to borrow or buy TODAY.
Listen at the link below or search for “Sustainable Productivity with Susan Sanders” everywhere podcasts are available.
Links to Learn More
Links mentioned in this episode of the Sustainable Productivity podcast:
- Sign up for episode emails, weekly essays, and links so you never miss a thing!
- Get 5-star titles delivered to your email inbox by subscribing to the Sustainable Sue Bookmobile at this link.
- Read the article about book readers living longer at this link.
- If you want to view ALL the books Susan read, check out her Goodreads profile.
- Titles highlighted in this Literary Life Lately installment, plus a link to purchase:
- Shark Heart: A Love Story by Emily Habeck | Bookshop.org link
- Just One Damned Thing After Another: The Chronicles of St. Mary’s Book One by Jodi Taylor | Bookshop.org link
- Unreasonable Hospitality: The Remarkable Power of Giving People More Than They Expect by Will Guidara | Bookshop.org link
- “The Bear” on Hulu
- The Prophet by Khalil Gibran | Bookshop.org link
- War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy | Bookshop.org link
- Warriors Don’t Cry: The Searing Memoir of the Battle to Integrate Little Rock’s Central High by Melba Pattillo Beals | Bookshop.org link
We would love to hear from you. Send your feedback on the episode, suggestions for future show topics or guests, and anything else to Susan@SustainableSue.com or in a DM on Instagram.
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