February Reading List

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You guys, it’s February.  Can you even believe it?  Normally I’d be suggesting that we all snuggle up with warm blankets, mugs of tea, and a pile of books, but it’s not feeling much like winter around here.  It’s all good, though.  You can still grab your tea and a pile of books and hibernate for the heck of it.  I know I’d like to!

February 2016 Reading List

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I got a good bit of reading done last month despite being super busy!  I’m glad to have a little “me time” even when things get hectic on my calendar.  I made my way through Jen Hatmaker’s For the Love, Alicia Michelle’s Plan to Be Flexible, Frank Viola’s Reimagining Church, and Anne Milam’s Bloom Where You’re Planted.  I even had time to sneak in an unpublished sequal written by my dad and start one of my books for this month.

Like I said, I was super busy this month.  A road trip that took way longer than it was should have was the only way I pulled off all of this reading!  The only one I’m still working on from my January list is Keep it Shut.  I can already tell you that the Lord wants me to savor that one.  I need to let that message simmer for a while, but I am working through it!

February Reading List

Enough about January, right?   Here’s a look at what I’m reading this month:

When Children Love to Learn

I’ve already started this one and had to keep two or three highlighters on hand to get me through.  It’s just so stinking good.  (Look at me, writing with Charlotte Mason’s verbiage and whatnot.  Not really, though.)  Books like When Children Love to Learn are such great affirmation about our life as homeschoolers.  My only regret is that I’m reading it seven years into our homeschool journey.

A look at what's on my February Reading List: When Children Love to Learn

5 Habits of a Woman Who Doesn’t Quit

I’m so excited to be a part of this launch team and can’t wait to share my thoughts on 5 Habits with you!

A look at what's on my February Reading List: 5 Habits of a Woman Who Doesn't Quit

The Fringe Hours

This one’s been on my wishlist for a few months and I’m happy to finally add it to my reading list.  I took advantage of a rocking Kindle sale a few weeks ago and here we are!  I’m so looking forward to this read!  I’m pretty sure this is a message I need desperately.

February Reading List: The Fringe Hours by Jessica Turner

Redeemed

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February Reading List - Redeemed

Dying to Read

It’s a good thing I had Prissy with me the last time I was at the library because I had no idea what kind of fiction I wanted.  She grabbed this book for me and it was literally a random “here’s a book for you, mom” moment.  I have no idea what to expect, but figure her selection is a worth a shot.  (FYI, this one was free for Kindle the last time I looked!)

February Reading List - What I'm reading this month

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