11 Required Reading Books You Should Re-Read Now That You're Older
Huffington Post's 11 Required Reading Books You Should Re-Read Now That You're Older
How Musicians Experience and Communicate Emotion
Video series by Daniel Levitin (author of This Is Your Brain on Music) describing psychology experiments on how musicians experience and communicate emotion. via Brain Pickings
7 Essential Books on Music, Emotion, and the Brain
"In Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain, Revised and Expanded Edition" by Oliver Sacks The neuropscyhology of how music can transform our cognition, our behavior, and our very selves.
THE MURDERER’S DAUGHTERS by Randy Susan Meyers: Book 21 of 2011 [BOOK WEEK]
THE CHOSEN ONE by Carol Lynch Williams. A teen girl is forced to marry the elder of her Mormon compound. But she has other ideas. This is the first modern young adult book that I read when I switched to writing YA. Great story. THE CHOSEN ONE opened my eyes to the almost limitless possibilities of the YA genre.
Love this Non Sequitur strip by Wiley Miller (Sept 11, 2011) on GoComics. Reading is sort of like virtual reality--we see and feel and experience it. -C Rainfield