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Tuesday, March 9, 2010
Bookin it in 2010: March Book List
Time Travelers Wife- I had started reading this last month and was really enjoying it. The only huge flaw it has is that randomly the f word is used. I am so sad because if it were not for these few moments it would be such a good book. I ended up only reading half and decided I couldn't deal with any more f-bombs I guess I will wait for the movie and hope for the best :<
Here is my book list for the month of March:
More Charlotte Mason Education --I began reading this last month and want to continue reading this. I have anjoyed so much and am looking forward to applying some fo these ideas next year in our home school.
Fade Out (Morganville Vampires, Book 7)-- I just finished reading this one. It is the last in the Morganvilla Vampire series and I just absolutely loved it. I love young adult fiction and Rachel Caine is such an interesting writer. I love her story lines and can't wait to read more books by her.
Midnighters #3: Blue Noon- I also plan on reading this one. I have read the first two and they are fantastic. Scott Westerfield creates such thrilling plots. I can't wait to really dive into this book.
Wake (Wake Series, Book 1)- This is a series that a lady at the library recommended. I have the firstc hapter or so and am hooked. It si about a girl who basically gets pulled into poeples dreams. Interesting right form the start.
The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Recipes from an Accidental Country Girl- This I just got again from the library. I love, love, love...cook books. I love browsing the pages and thinking of the wonderful things I will make for my family. When my day gets stressful I can pull out a cookbook and somehow creating nothing out of just flour and sugar and few other ingredients just makes me feel better.
Theresa Youssef's Vegetable Gardening for Beginners- We are starting a garden this week. This will be my first attem,pt, which I am very excited about. Reading up on it is definitely allowing my confidence to grow in my gardening ability. Wish me good luck :>
Princess Academy- Lastly I just recently found out about this book by reading on someone elses blog. It sounded interesting and I thought I would give it try. I haverequested it form the library and hopefully it will be in soon.
I have a bunch I want to read this month and am excited to dive into all these stories. I don't know about you, but I need my 15 minutes a day (at least) of reading so I don't feel my mind slipping away. Reading is usually my wind down time once the kids go to bed. Whether I am reading a novel, gardening book, or cook book...this down time is vauable to me and I look forward to it at the end of my day. I strongly encourage you guys to try it to. It is always nice and relaxing to just take a few moments for yourself at the end of the day... Are you guys reading anything new? I would love to hear. I love to read and I am always on the lookout for new thrilling and exciting books to read. Happy Reading everyone.
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