Last week, I showed you all the library books I had checked out currently from three area libraries our family frequents. If you missed the whole 83-book-pile, you can see it here. This week, I thought I’d show you the breakdown of genres, and explain why I have so many. #bookworm problems Continue reading
This month I read more nonfiction than fiction. I read four marketing related books that were all short, a really suspenseful fiction story, Continue reading
Last month I read 7 books, 3 fiction and 4 nonfiction. My reading slowed down a bit for this month because it takes me longer to read nonfiction. My brain likes to absorb the facts and information and sometimes I take notes from the books I read. So it takes more time to get through them.
Today I will share with you all the books I’ve read this month so far. With our remainder of our Christmas break, our train trip to Kansas City last week and my cold this week, I’ve managed to read quite a few books already.
I don’t know about you, but when we get into mid-October, I like things to be cool. I’m done with 90 degree weather. Last week was perfect: cool mornings and evenings, warm days. A wonderful way to read in the early mornings with hot tea, and in the evenings to read with a mug of cocoa.
Here is my ‘stack’ of books to read right now:
For this week’s prompt, let’s talk about books. Which genres do you enjoy reading the most? Historical fiction? Mysteries? Romance? Sci fi? Nonfiction?
For the month of March, I read 7 books.
The novels I read were:
Fatal Convictions by Randy Singer
Through Waters Deep by Sarah Sundin
So, here is this week’s writing prompt: