Books Read in November 2015

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I didn’t get to read that many books in November, just the ones I promised to read and review, but at least I was able to get some reading done. Here are the books I have read:

Books Read in November 2015

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Intentional Living. This book is full of wonderful advice. I took my time with it and I’m glad I did. I gave the book 4 stars in my review.

Your Daily Brain. Sadly, I was not a fan of this book. There was no real depth and it didn’t really give any real insights into how the brain works. I gave it 2 stars in my review.

H3 Leadership. I loved this book! It is full of actionable advice, it is written well, and it has lots of real-world examples that were interesting and relatable. I gave the book 4 stars.

Semi-Serious. This book is interesting and I enjoyed reading how the author went from a school teacher to a truck driver. My biggest issue was in how the book was organized because she kept interrupting her narrative with poems and prayers which, although good in and of themselves, they detracted from the story. I have the book 3 stars in my review.

Books I’m Reading in December 2015

Since we are almost half way through December, I’ve already read a couple of books which I will be including here:

Santa is Coming to the Jersey Shore. This is such a fun book! I gave it 4 stars in my review.

Money Making Mom. If you have read my blog at all, you know I am a fan of Crystal Paine. This is her latest book and I loved it. I gave it 5 stars.

City of Saints. “A Pilgrimage to John Paul II’s Krakow”

T’was the Night Before Christmas. Of course! It is a tradition for us to read this book every Christmas Eve just like it is for many families.

Author’s Quick Guide to Marking Your Book Online and Off. I am not sure if I will get to this because because of the craziness of getting ready for Christmas but I will try!

What books have you read recently? What are you planning to read next? Tell me in the comments. 🙂


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Books Read in October 2015

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I read some fun books this month, two of which were Amish Christmas novels. Nothing like getting into the Advent/Christmas season a little early!

Amish Christmas Gift

An Amish Christmas Gift: This book is collection of three stories featuring one of my favorite Authors, Amy Clipston. I enjoyed this book a lot and give it four (4) stars in my review.

Amish Christmas at North Star

Amish Christmas at North Star: This is also a compilation of four stories, also featuring another one of my favorite authors, Cindy Woodsmall. I enjoyed this book as well and gave it four (4) stars in my review.

Intentional Living by John C. Maxwell

Intentional Living: It took me some time to read this book. There is a lot of wisdom to digest and it gave me a lot to think about. I gave it four (4) stars in my review.

Katie's Redemption

Katie’s redemption:  This was a book I found free on Amazon. I started reading it while I was waiting for my son to get out of CCD and then couldn’t put it down! Very good story.

Books I’m Reading in November

I am keeping the reading light this month. I may read more but these are the three that I need to read:



H3 Leadership

H3 Leadership

Your Daily Brain

Your Daily Brain

That’s it for me. What books have you read in October or reading for November? Please let me know in the comments!