Maybe I’m a total book nerd (books are only the best things on the planet, after all), but I wholeheartedly believe that books help people through all stages of life.

Not just troubling times, but the good life has to offer, the scariness of change, the thrill of learning something new.

Books allow people to escape, to feel and experience the unknown, to dream and wonder, to understand and make sense of the world around them and the dynamics between people of all classes and cultures.

They can save lives.

Books offer guidance, advice, and shed light and insight on everyday life — on a wide range of topics. They guide us through the mess of it all and allow us a place to escape when life is too hard, a place where we can all find the answers we seek.

And while not all books are worth the read, I believe that there is a book out there for everyone. You’re just not looking in the right spot yet.

The point is, we’re all here to learn how to make life a little easier, striving to manage our time, learn all we can, and not waste a second.

No matter what your goals may be — whether you’re hoping to become more productive, stay motivated, strengthen your creativity, start a business, write your first eBook, or need a little inspiration — you can find what you’re looking for within the pages of these books.

(Oh, and these are affiliate links, which means I make a tiny share if you purchase my recommendations.)

Each book has been handpicked by yours truly to ensure they’re read-worthy. I’ve already spent the time reading, and I’d love to share my favorite picks, so you never have to wonder what to read next.

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Happy Reading!

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