March Reading {2014}

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This month was full of a few other projects some things cooking on the back burner. (Not to mention I taught 3 classes on essential oils!) But I was able to still finish 5 new books:

Read Alouds:
Revenge of the Red Knight (Imagination Station #4)
Showdown with the Shepherd (Imagination Station #5)

Book Club:
Do the Work by Steven Pressfield (March’s book club)

Daring Greatly (Loved this! I see why people say it’s one they’d read more than once!)

Continuing Education:
The Chemistry of Essential Oils Made Simple (This puppy has taken me for.ever. I started it last May!! But I’ve been slowly savoring it. I was and still am not a math/science kind of girl, but Stewart does a great job of explaining the chemistry without making me gloss over in the least!)

2 re-reads:
Organized Simplicity (March’s Bold Book Club book)
Forgotten God (great book! highly recommend! Really. Stop reading here and go find a copy.)

I’m slowly working on me currently reading book pile.

I’m reading Crystal Paine’s book with a friend. We meet once a week to discuss a chapter at a time. She lives pretty far away so we have FaceTime meetings. Occasionally, small children join in to share their latest lego creations with their new friends across the country!

Emily Freeman’s book is our May book for the Bold Year book club so I’ve got that on hold so I can read it with everyone else then. And The Mystery of the Cross I’m reading for Lent. Fascinating book with 40 short chapters… I haven’t finished yet but I think I’ll be recommending this one for sure!

I’m also chipping away at the audible version of this month’s book club book: The Secret Keeper. April is our annual book club tea party (!!!!) and this was such a fun book with so much detail I want to listen to it again before our discussion! (Plus, now that I know what happens I think I’ll pick up on more of all the goings-on this time around.)

I’m super excited about those things I mentioned I’m cooking up. We’ll see how April shapes up in the reading department. We do have a roadtrip planned so it’s possible I can finally get around to a few audiobooks I’m been anxiously awaiting!

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

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