Well, I got waaay behind on posting what I’ve been reading, but I did do quite a bit of reading this summer and spring. Not as much as I wanted to, but I always have a long to-read list. 🙂
–Little Women– This was a great re-read. It had been a long time, and I had forgotten how much I love this book.
– Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption– This was SO not a book that I would normally read, but someone suggested it, and I am SO glad I took their suggestion. This is a memoir/biography of sort of a lawyer that serves death row inmates in the Deep South. So very eye-opening, so well written. I really loved this book.
– Protecting Caroline by Susan Stoker- Good fluff read, especially if you like a good mystery. Kind of reminded me of a Dee Henderson book.
– In Between by Jenny B. Jones- Another good fluff read.
– Attachments and Carry On by Rainbow Rowell- One of my favorite fluff authors- loved both of these!
– Skinny Me by Charlene Carr- A more serious “fluff” read- made me look with a different perspective about those who struggle with weight loss.
– Saint Therese Liseiers by Wyatt North- A biography of a Catholic saint. This was really informational, since I don’t know a lot about the Catholic faith. I enjoyed this. I am trying to read more biographies this year.
– The Fortune Hunter by Daisy Goodwin- Another good fluff read, especially if you like historical fiction.
– The 5th Wave- A sci-fi young adult novel. I enjoyed it. I *think* I had read it before, because it seemed vaguely familiar. Can’t remember for sure, though.
– See Me by Nicholas Sparks- I’ve always liked Nicholas Sparks, but his last few novels have all seemed kind of similar to me. This one was pretty different, though, and I enjoyed it.
– A couple of cross- country coaching books that I can’t remember the titles to right now. Very informational and helpful for my coaching skills.
I think there were probably some more books….these are just the ones I read on my Kindle. It was a good summer of reading. Fall is generally not a big reading season for me, just because we are more busy, but I look forward to the slower winter months. 🙂