HAHwithbirdhouseSheriSilverI have to admit, I love every book I've ever written. A writer friend said to me in a commiserating tone, "Don't you hate looking back at your books? I do!" and I thought, "No, I'm my own biggest fan! I love my books."
But of all my books, Happier at Home is my favorite. It's my best book. It certainly has the best ending I've ever written-and endings are my specialty. I love the ending to this book.
Now, you might think, "I've read The Happiness Project. What else can Gretchen Rubin have to say? Maybe it's just a re-hash." Nope! I thought about this very carefully as I was writing. Even if you've just finished reading The Happiness Project last week, Happier at Home will be fresh-unfamiliar ideas, new information, more stories. Where The Happiness Project goes wide, Happier at Home goes deep. Plus: photos!
Of course, it might be of special interest to anyone particularly interested in "home": college or grad students, recent graduates, empty-nesters, newlyweds, newRead More »from Why Should You Read “Happier at Home”?