Currently Reading

I've never been the sort to read one book at a time; here is the current list of books in my reading rotation:

I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai
with contribution by Christina Lamb

"The girl who stood up for education and was shot by the Taliban."

Malala, a 16 year old Pakistani schoolgirl, is the youngest person ever nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, although she did not win it.

You can purchase it HERE on Amazon
in hardcover, paperback, Kindle, Audible (unabridged), or
unabridged CD/mp3 audio book formats.


The Line: A Story of a Hunter, a Breed, and Their Bond
by William A. Urseth

A heartfelt memoir about a huntsman's passion for his German shorthaired pointers, Jäger and Cent, with the highs and lows of hunting, field competitions, and the creation of a winning line of GSPs.  An excellent book for any hunter, dog lover, or GSP enthusiast.  Or anyone who is all three!

You can purchase it HERE on Amazon 
in paperback or Kindle editions.


Girl Hunter: Revolutionizing the Way We Eat, One Hunt at a Time
by Georgia Pellegrini

Related in intense and often hilarious hunting anecdotes,
Georgia is a chef who chose learning to hunt wild game
as a way to become closer to the food she obtained, cooked, and ate.  To be more honest and responsible for where the food she (and we) eat comes from.  I cannot recommend this book highly enough to anyone who LOVES food and/or hunting (or both).  In addition, the recipes are AMAZING.
The Greatest Gatsby Ever

This is the third time I have reread this book and it gets better with every read, especially because of my own desire to learn to hunt for similar reasons paired with the pure joy I have working with my devoted German shorthaired pointer, Gatsby.

"Girl Hunter" is (of course) available HERE on Amazon in either
hardcover, paperback, Kindle, Audible (unabridged), or
unabridged CD/mp3 audio book formats.

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