What I'm Reading




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The forecast is calling for basically 100% rain and thunderstorms all weekend here in South Georgia. I'm looking forward to snuggling with the pups, and spending Saturday morning on the couch with a good book. Rainy days usually make me super sleepy, but after a little downtime, I have got to spend some time organizing my house! I'm trying to be thankful for the rain, which we need, and also being forced to stay inside and work on somethings.

I'm currently in the middle of The Hypnotist's Love Story, and read The Husband's Secret one beach weekend over the summer. I really love the author Liane Moriarty, and am planning on reading the super popular Truly Madly Guilty next! Her style of writing kind of reminds me of older Meg Cabot books that I loved in high school, so it brings back the "warm fuzzies" of reading that I've been looking for the last few years.

I'm personally working my way through Kingdom Woman in my Bible study, and will probably start the 90 day devotional once I'm done. It's been great so far: practical and applicable, while still pushing you to be your best {aka a "Woman of Excellence"}. It's a really easy read, and I like how it presents a lot of information, but then also encourages your own exploration of the topics within the Bible as well.

Next will be Grace Not Perfection: Embracing Simplicity, Celebrating Joy by Emily Ley. Besides being the most beautiful book ever {hot pink and pineapples anyone?!}, this book speaks to my desire to simplify, organize, and be less stressed! With a lot coming up in the next few weeks, and a huge desire to purge all the junk that has accumulated in my home over the last two years, I think this read will be very engaging.

What have you been reading lately? I love getting suggestions, especially for good young adult/romance series!


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  1. I'm so glad to hear you're enjoying Kingdom Woman! I remember when I worked at Focus, the men on our team going through Kingdom Man and helping come up with "extras" for the Kingdom Kids curriculum. The overall intention of that entire grouping is SO good!

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    1. That is awesome! A friend of mines is reading Kingdom Man and recommended it to my husband and me. I can't wait to hear what he thinks about the "man version!"

      Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. I'd say read some Sarah Dessen and I always love recommending Karen White, Patti Callahan Henry and Sarah Addison Allen as good adult women's fiction with southern backdrops.

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    1. I haven't read Sarah Dessen or Karen White in forever! That's a great suggestion, thank you!

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  3. One Husbands Secret is on my to read list!

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  4. I loved Truly, Madly Guilty! I read it in less than 24 hours.. I just couldn't put it down. I definitely want to read more of her books, but I also just discovered Lisa Gardner. She was recommended as a book similar to T, M, G. The book Find Her was so suspenseful an emotional. I'm onto The Orphan Train ow and liking it so far!

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    1. Hilary, Thanks for the suggestion! I really appreciate it :)

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