Three more books to review:
Book #31: What to Do When the Doctor Says It's Rheumatoid Arthritis, by Winnie Yu–A couple of weeks ago I went on Amazon and searched for books about RA. I found two that I thought looked worth reading, and this one arrived first. It had a lot of good basic information, delivered from the medical point of view. It's a good overview, and I would recommend this book for a spouse/partner/child/friend trying to understand what's going on. I'm in the midst of a book written by a person with RA that I think will be even more useful to me, but more on that when I finish it.
Book #32: Here If You Need Me: A True Story, by Kate Braestrup–Kate is a UU minister who serves as the chaplain to the Maine Warden Service. I don't know her in person, though some of my colleagues do. I adored her book. I loved the way she wove scripture into stories of her life and work. I highly recommend this book, which will be the subject of the RevGalBlogPals book discussion in September. It comes out in paperback in just a few weeks.
Book #33: In the Bleak Midwinter, by Julia Spencer-Fleming–Am I the last clergywoman in the world to read a Rev. Clare Fergusson mystery? I read it on my Kindle, found it VERY engaging and stayed up a little too late to finish reading it.
I love keeping this list. I'm grateful to Alex for suggesting doing such a thing.