Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Books that I read for fun in February 2017 (with mini reviews)

Over the last 2.5  years, I have been documenting the books that I read for fun (and not just for review purposes).  I have decided that I need to continue that as reading is important part of how I relax. Books that I read for fun are books that I have not been asked to review and that I have chosen to read, well because I like to read. In 2015, I read a total of 49 books! In 2016, I read 58 books. In  January, I read 2 books for fun. While I don't have a goal in mind for this year, I will continue reading as it is something that I love to do and I like to document the books that I read.  (Please note that if a book looks interesting to you, you can click on the picture of the book and it should take you to it's page on Amazon.com. I am an associate through them.)

So....What did I read in February 

I started the month out by reading The Life Giving Home: Creating a Place of Belonging and Becoming by Sally and Sarah Clarkson. 



This was an interesting read, and I read it in one night. I love seeing how others create memories and come up with traditions in their own families. I love how these authors went month by month and gave ideas to cultivate home. This was a good read and I would recommend it.


 
Here are the books I read for fun in:
January 2017
Books from 2016
Books from 2015
Books from 2014


                                                 Have you read any good books lately?
Any books you would recommend for me to read in 2017

1 comment:

  1. I read A Man Called Ove for book club tonight. I plodded through the first half be really did like the second half. I think I have only read 4 books this month, but other than Ove none were really noteworthy.

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