Summer Reading Series: Benebell Wen

Posted by – July 08, 2015
Categories: Literature & the Arts

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Benebell Wen, author of Holistic Tarot, shares her summer reading list. Find out which books she plans to delve into in the coming months and why she chose each of them! For more lists from our Summer Reading Series, click here.
 

1) The Rainman’s Third Cure: An Irregular Education by Peter Coyote

(creative nonfiction/memoir)
Coyote’s interview on Forum with Michael Krasny compelled me to get his book.

2) Getting More: How You Can Negotiate to Succeed in Work and Life by Stuart Diamond

(nonfiction)
I was trained in the win-win and BATNA approaches. Prof. Diamond, in a nutshell, teaches a more compassionate, empathic approach to business negotiation.

3) Ghost Month by Ed Lin

(fiction)
Ed Lin is a Taiwanese American writer who I’ve been following since his debut novel. His most recent work is definitely on my must-read list.

4) Crevasse by Nicholas Wong

(poetry)
A synchronous chance meeting and now Wong’s collection of poetry is on my summer reading list. I can’t wait to get to this one.

5) The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Kondo

(nonfiction)
We all could use a little de-cluttering.

 
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Benebell Wen, Author of Holistic Tarot

Benebell Wen is a long-term practitioner of tarot and a certified master by way of the Tarot Certification Board of America. She is also a California and New York licensed attorney, and works as a corporate legal counsel. In addition to tarot, Wen is a feng shui consultant, I Ching practitioner, numerologist, and astrology enthusiast. She resides in Castro Valley with her husband and their beloved cat.

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About the Author

Marina is the Marketing & Digital Programs Coordinator at North Atlantic Books. After living in New Orleans and Amsterdam, and exploring a couple of continents, she returned to the San Francisco Bay Area to work at NAB. She's passionate about astrology, nonfiction books, and sustainable living, as well as all things metaphysical.