Happy March, friend! I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to trade in the dreary winter days for spring skies! And, even though our March is looking like a busy one, I’m looking forward to squeezing in time for my March Reading List.
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Other than my Lent study, I finished all of my February books (yay!) and am ready to get going on this month’s reading. Here’s what’s on my list:
March Reading List
1. Simply Tuesday by Emily P. Freeman
2. Gods and Kings by Lynn Austin
I’ve had Gods and Kings waiting on my Kindle for longer than I can remember. I’m trying to read more fiction right now and I’ve always loved historical fiction that takes place within the context of the Bible. God and Kings is a great example of that mix!
3. Redeemed Lent Study
Okay, so maybe I’m a little behind in my Lent study, but I’m working hard to fix that. Even though I’m behind, I’m so happy to have found this study and know that God is working on my heart through it.
4. Homeschooling: What to Do
When You Want to Quit
This is one I’m so excited to be reading! I’ve read a few chapters already and, while I’m not looking to quit homeschooling, I’m always ready to read the latest collaboration from the bloggers of iHomeschool Network. This book covers any reason to quit homeschooling you can think of and how to keep going when homeschooling is downright hard.
Oh, and did I mention that I wrote a chapter in this one? My contribution to this book is for anyone who has ever wondered how to continue homeschooling through job loss or other financial crisis. You can get your copy on Amazon or directly through iHomeschool Network through the image below:
5. Dolled Up to Die by Lorena McCourtney
This is not the kind of book I’d usually read, but Prissy grabbed the first book in this series from our local library last month and I actually enjoyed it. I haven’t read much fiction lately and it was a good just-for-fun book. Now that I’ve read Dying to Read, it’s time to move on to Dolled Up to Die.
What about you? What’s on your March Reading List?