It’s been a while since I’ve written a book-related post and thought I would do that today. Do you like to read? It’s one of things that I love to do in my down-time and while traveling. I like to read books about history, fiction, Christian living, and mystery. While I always have a list of books that I want to read and a stack of books that need to be read on my bookshelf, I try to just have a few books going at a time so that I finish them.
Also, this is totally unrelated but I’m just curious–have you ever started reading a book, decided it wasn’t for you, but then still read the whole thing? Or do you just stop reading? I’ve encountered this a few times but then felt guilty for not finishing it, haha!
These are the books that are currently in the rotation to read in the next couple of months. If you need some reading inspiration, I hope this helps you! What are you currently reading?
Reading People: How Seeing the World Through the Lens of Personality Changes Everything by Anne Bogel
I can’t wait to read this book! I like to think that I’m good at “people reading” and having good instincts–but I’m so curious to know what’s inside of this book! I think learning about different personality types is fascinating.
Courage: Fighting Fear with Fear by Wayne Mack & Joshua Mack
This book was recommended to me by my dad, after learning what some of my goals are for this year. I’m looking forward to reading this and the insight it will give to help in my journey of worrying less. A big shoutout to my dad, also–he’s one of the biggest supporters of my blog and comments on every single post that I publish. Love you, Papa!
Dance, Stand, Run: The God-Inspired Moved of a Woman on Holy Ground by Jess Connolly
I love hearing Jess Connolly speak and encourage women in their walk with God. I’m really looking forward to reading this book!
Grace, Not Perfection: Embracing Simplicity, Celebrating Joy by Emily Ley
I have heard a lot of really good things about Emily Ley’s books and wanted to give this one a read. The title seems like it would be something that would really speak to me in the ways of “embracing simplicity and celebrating joy.”