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The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters by Priya Parker: Although I do not typically appreciate non-fiction works that are filled with personal anecdotes rather than factual statements, The Art of Gathering is a read that I will not easily forget. Helping me to (re-)consider the way I interact with guests, I am interested in if some easy changes to the way I host people can help to increase the connections I have with others. As Someone at the beginning of planning a wedding, I am interested what I can pull from this work to shape our communal gathering. While not mind-blowing book has helped me to slow down, and think any means, this book when it comes to gathering with friends and strangers alike.

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Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel One of the few works of fiction that I have read this year, and in a long time, I thoroughly enjoyed this