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Friday, May 30, 2014

I didn't do as well as I would have liked on my reading goal this month. But its kind of evening out since I read so many in the other months.

In May I read:
~ The Auschwitz Escape by Joel Rosenberg. Awesome book, but it kind of put me in a "downer" mood
~ Allegiant - 3rd book in the series. 3rd was better than the 2nd
~ Hands Free Mama - very good parenting book! I don't have a "smart" phone & this made me even more adamant to not get one. Lots of great info in this book!
~ "The bathtub is overflowing, but I feel drained" by Lysa Terkurst, followed the same ideals of Hands Free Mama, some nice stories.

I'm currently working thru:
~ Things that matter by Charles Krauthammer
~ 5000 year leap (this is my 2nd time trying to get thru it. Still not sure if I'll make it :)
~ The Light & the Glory for Children - in prep for our American History studies this school year.

I'd love to hear what others are reading!
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  • MADMANSMAMA87
    Anita,

    I'm currently reading Plain Truth by Jodi Picoult!
    She is one of my all time favorite authors:)
    I love so many of her books!!!!

    Hugs,

    Jes
    2304 days ago
  • KALISWALKER
    Sounding very interesting. I listen to several audio books each week.
    2306 days ago
  • SEWINGMAMACDS
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    I am currently reading White Christmas Pie
    2309 days ago
  • MINDA31807
    Right now I am reading Deception Point by Dan Brown at work on my breaks and City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare at home when I get a few spare minutes
    2309 days ago
  • GUTZYNGLAM
    Love Lyra Terkurst! And I think I have Hands Free Momma and haven't read it yet. Sounds like some good reads. I did alright for May. Going to revamp my goals and get my list read for June!
    2309 days ago
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