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Recommended Readings

Captivating reads to start the New Year off just right

1. The Covenant of Water (2023) by Abraham Verghese
"The Covenant of Water" is Abraham Verghese’s epic story of a three-generation family living in southwestern India. Verghese expertly weaves poignant water symbolism throughout this beautiful and haunting story of love, catastrophe, inequity and atonement. I highly recommend the author-read audio version of this incredible masterpiece.

2. Atomic Habits (2018) by James Clear
James Clear’s bestselling book, "Atomic Habits," shares a roadmap for planning and implementing small habits with the potential to yield dramatic improvements in your quality of life. Sharing his own experiences after a life-changing accident and drawing on scientific research in the fields of biology, neuroscience, psychology and more, Clear’s engaging style provides actionable guidance that will inspire you to create habits for improving any area of your life.

3. The Many Lives of Mama Love (2023) by Lara Love Hardin
Lara Love Hardin’s inspirational memoir, "The Many Lives of Mama Love," chronicles the heartbreaking consequences of the former soccer mom’s drug addiction and resultant criminal behavior. Hardin candidly shares her compelling struggle to reclaim her life, family and career, overcoming roadblocks created by her own actions and a justice system not designed for redemption.

About Christa Hinton

Christa Hinton, operations and communications manager for Snow Jensen & Reece, PC, has expanded her footprint into civic engagement. A love for politics was fostered while helping her father, Lowry Snow, run his campaigns for the Utah House. She now serves on the Santa Clara City Council. Needless to say, Christa is an enthusiastic reader. 

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