It’s time once again for Connect Five Friday, hosted at Book Date by Kathryn – the meme where we share five book/reading things that connect in some way.
As I was sorting through some books, I discovered several started with “Keep”. As I searched online, I found several more. Here are 5 non-fiction, informative books, whose title starts with “Keep”: (Summaries from Goodreads)
Keep Going by Austin Kleon. I enjoy Kleon’s blog and have already read a couple of his books. I am working on this one now.
“Keep Working. Keep Playing. Keep Creating. In his previous books Steal Like an Artist and Show Your Work!, both New York Times bestsellers, Austin Kleon gave readers the keys to unlock their creativity and showed them how to become known. Now he offers his most inspiring work yet, with ten simple rules for how to stay creative, focused, and true to yourself—for life.”
Keep Sharp by Sanjay Gupta MD. I’ve always been impressed with Dr. Gupta – I find him informative, personable and knows his stuff. This book is an interesting read – especially for an older adult like myself!
“Keep your brain young, healthy, and sharp with this science-driven guide to protecting your mind from decline by neurosurgeon and CNN chief medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta.
Throughout our life, we look for ways to keep our mind sharp and effortlessly productive. Now, globetrotting neurosurgeon Dr. Sanjay Gupta offers insights from top scientists all over the world, whose cutting-edge research can help you heighten and protect brain function and maintain cognitive health at any age.”
Keep it Moving by Twyla Tharp. I enjoyed her first book (The Creative Habit) and this one is just as good.
“One of the world’s leading artists—a living legend—and bestselling author of The Creative Habit shares her secrets for harnessing vitality and finding purpose as you age. From insight to action, Keep It Moving is a guidebook for expanding one’s possibilities over the course of a lifetime.”
Keep Your Brain Alive by Lawrence Katz. Sounds like a book I need to read!
“OVER 40? GETTING FORGETFUL? TROUBLE LEARNING NEW TRICKS? Introducing Neurobics, a unique brain exercise program based on the latest neuroscience research. These deceptively simple exercises help stimulate the production of nutrients that grow brain cells to keep the brain younger and stronger. Neurobics uses the five senses in unexpected ways and shakes up everyday routine”
Keep Moving by Maggie Smith. A book I plan to read.
“In this deeply moving book of quotes and essays, Maggie writes about new beginnings as opportunities for transformation. Like kintsugi, the Japanese art of mending broken ceramics with gold, Keep Moving celebrates the beauty and strength on the other side of loss. This is a book for anyone who has gone through a difficult time and is wondering: What comes next? “