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As a kid I always had my nose in a book, I just loved to read. I loved how the characters came alive on the pages and in my mind and I loved learning about new people, places and time periods. As I got older and had children my time spent reading decreased because let’s be honest, I had more demands on my time. As my kids have gotten older however, I have some more additional free time and this year I decided to set a goal to read more. At the end of every month I will share with you What I Read This Month and I hope that you will leave a comment letting me know what books you read and what you enjoyed.
Books I Read this Month–January Edition
Magnolia Story by Chip and Joanna Gaines–The Magnolia Story is the first book from Chip and Joanna, offering their fans a detailed look at their life together. From the very first renovation project they ever tackled together, to the project that nearly cost them everything; from the childhood memories that shaped them, to the twists and turns that led them to the life they share on the farm today.
Victoria by Daisy Goodwin–Drawing on Queen Victoria’s diaries, which she first started reading when she was a student at Cambridge University, Daisy Goodwin―creator and writer of the new PBS/Masterpiece drama Victoria and author of the bestselling novels The American Heiress and The Fortune Hunter―brings the young nineteenth-century monarch, who would go on to reign for 63 years, richly to life in this magnificent novel.
The Memory of Us by Camille DeMaio–(Available Free on Kindle right now) Julianne Westcott was living the kind of life that other Protestant girls in prewar Liverpool could only dream about: old money, silk ball gowns, and prominent young men lining up to escort her. But when she learns of a blind-and-deaf brother, institutionalized since birth, the illusion of her perfect life and family shatters around her.
Settle for More by Megyn Kelly–Whether it’s asking tough questions during a presidential debate or pressing for answers to today’s most important issues, Megyn Kelly has demonstrated the intelligence, strength, common sense, and courage that have made her one of today’s best-known journalists, respected by women and men, young and old, Republicans and Democrats.
So that is what I read this month. Please leave a comment and let me know what you read this month and what you enjoyed, I’m always looking to add to my reading list!
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