February Reading {2014}

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14 down 46 to go

I surprised myself again this month reading another 7 new books, because I was also re-reading a few:
Pride and Prejudice (Motherhood & Jane Austen Book Club)
The Ministry of Motherhood (Bold Book Club)
The War of Art (March’s Book Club book)
I guess technically that means I read 10 books!

This month I wanted to work on finishing some of my “currently reading” books… and it didn’t quite happen as much as I wanted.

I finished reading:

2 books with the kids:
Peril in the Palace (Imagination Station #3)
The Children’s Book of Virtues

2 audio books:
Dad is Fat (so funny! *Jim Gaffigan reads it.) *twothumbsupemoji
The Secret Keeper (this will be our April’s book club book)

1 Classic:
The Three Musketeers (February’s book club)

1 giant cookbook:
Nourishing Traditions (Bold Year Challenge book club)

and 1 book on books (this one was fantastic!):
Lit: A Christian Guide to Reading Books (This is right in line with why I started Broadened Horizons Book Club. Highly recommend.)

I do think my reading will slow down a bit in the coming few months. We are gearing up for the homeschool convention so I’m about to start doing more research on curriculums and prepare for the upcoming First Grade, Preschool, and Tot School Year. Do you remember those grades??! I’m SO excited for the coming school year! SUCH fun ages!!!

I’m also reading some heavier books and working on some book club events coming up. So I may have a little less free reading time but homeschool research and book club planning?? Those are right up there with some of my favorite things!

Bring it on March! I’m ready. (*fistbumpemoji)

Check out my GoodReads page to see how I’ve rated my February reads.

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  • http://www.lauraodom.com Laura

    I’m reading the Three Musketeers as well. I like it, but it’s been a slower read for me than most. Maybe I’m just distracted. I saw “Lit” come through your Goodreads feed & added it to my to-read pile. Not sure when I’ll get to it, but it sounds interesting.