The Journal of Best Practices

I don’t read non-fiction. I have good intentions, but little follow=through in this area. I think I can count on one hand the number of non-fiction books I’ve read for pleasure in the past 5 years. Um….3?

If I read an average of 150 books a year, (and Goodreads says I do) that means that non-fiction comprises approximately 0.007% of my reading. Consequently, when I actually finish a non-fiction book I feel like I should let the world at large know about it.

JOBP-PAPERBACKThe Journal of Best Practices: A Memoir of Marriage, Asperger Syndrome, and One Man’s Quest to Be a Better Husband by David Finch

I LOVED this book. It is absolutely hysterical. If you have Asperger’s, know or have worked with someone who does, or are married, you will enjoy this book. (Also if you have ADHD…)

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One Response to The Journal of Best Practices

  1. Abbey L. says:

    This is on my RA presentation!!

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