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I recommend “An Innocent Man” by John Grisham. It’s the only non fiction book he has written. It is the story of a man who becomes mentally ill and ends up getting blamed for a rape and murder he didn’t commit. In spite of his innocence he comes very close to being executed. It is a true story. The book scared me, because I saw how a person can be railroaded by shoddy investigative work into unjustly having to face a heavy sentence, including a death sentence. Grisham has written numerous works of fiction which I have always enjoyed reading.
I recommend the non fiction book for creative types, “Mastering Creative Anxiety: 24 Lessons for Writers, Painters, Musicians, And Actors from America’s Foremost Creativity Coach”, by Eric Maisel.
Another non fiction book for musical creatives I recommend is, “The Musician’s Way: A Guide to Practice, Performance and Wellness”, by Gerald Klickstein.
These books cover artist block and performance anxiety and the personality traits in creatives that cause them and how to conquer them.
What about the Harry Potter series? If you’ve already read it and you enjoyed it, try the Fablehaven series by Brandon Mull. It is a book written for younger people, but they are still really good and are certainly easy to follow.
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