Thursday, January 5, 2017

December Reading Review

I didn't know how long the first book of the month was going to take but it was very interesting and took a little longer then a quick read fiction book.  I was excited to put it into effect and read the daily goals in the back of the book to learn to be more kind.  I went on to read some fun Christmas books that were in my pile that were also due fairly quickly because I had reserved books at the library and they all came in at the same time.  I should have spent some time reading those but I have a hard time taking a break in the middle of a book.

Trying to keep the books straight in order when they were due at the library was difficult and I got myself into another jam later in the month because I read a book that was due later in the month first before the one that was due in a few days which left me two days to read the next book.  Here is hoping that I stop reserving so many books at the same time and actually pay attention to the things that I have to read.  I was hoping to get in some good reading time over the Christmas holiday but then I ended up working my second job so this month had less reading then I expected to end the year.

How did you do this month and this year??  Here is a list of all of the books that I read this month and if you click on the title of the book, it will take you to the original post with the description of the book and my review.  I hope that you add a few of these books to your reading list for the cold months we have ahead!!

by Shauti Feldhahn

by Richard Paul Evans

by Debbie Macomber

by Alexander McCall Smith

by Jenny Colgan

The Life She Wants
by Robyn Carr

The Mistletoe Promise
by Richard Paul Evans

Reading for 2016

January           13
February          11
March              9
April                 8
May                 9
June                 9
July                   16
August               18
September           9
October            10
November      8
December       7

Total Books        127

Currently Reading:

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