I have mentioned here before that I love nonfiction writing. True, personal stories stick with me and intrigue me more than any type of scientific article or journal. Maybe that is why I am so addicted to blog reading and blogging. While going through the “No Baby On Board” site, I found the link to this list. There are many other fertility related reading lists as well, but this one is totally about first hand infertility.
Once again, for some reason, I’m having a problem linking today. So, to see the actual list that I’m talking about, head over to Amazon and do a search within their listmania. Type in infertility. Then a list of recommended reading lists will pop up. The list of today’s post is called, “Pesonal Stories of Infertility” by Thia G.
From the list of 14, I’ve only read 2, so I’m not too high up on the percentages of this reading list. And the two that I’ve read, I’ve enjoyed and reviewed on this blog in the past. I’m only going to put up the titles of the books that sound interesting to me right now, so if you have read one and could recommend it, please let me know.
You Make Me Feel Like an Unnatural Woman: Diary of an New (Older) Mother by Judith Newman
Crossing The Moon by Paulette Bates Alden
Conceiving Luc: A Family Story by Liza Freilicher
And Hannah Wept: Infertility, Adoption, and the Jewish Couple by Michael Gold
Family Bound: One Couple’s Journey Through Infertility and Adoption by Carrie F. Ostrea
A Little Pregnant: Our Memoir of Fertility, Infertility, and a Marriage by Linda Carbone
TripleFun: From Infertility to Triplets by Lia Shackelford
Laughin’fertility: A Bundle of Observations for the Baby-Making Challenged by Lisa Safran
Infertility Sucks! (Keeping it all together when sperm and egg stubbornly remain apart) by Beverly Barna