Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking by Susan Cain
I'm reading this book for the Nerdy Non-Fiction Challenge. I would consider myself an introvert. I can be an extrovert (and sometimes I do enjoy it) but it doesn't come easy. Many times in the past I've been made to feel like there's something wrong with me for wanting my own time away from others or for being the person who would rather listen than talk. I'm curious to see what Susan Cain has to say about introverts.
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Be sure to check out her recent review of Eve Shallows and the Book of Shrieks!
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