If you’re looking for books to add to your Kindle reading list this month, this is the post for you! Today, I’m sharing books you need to add to your Kindle reading list right away!
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One of my goals for 2018 is to read more. I read a dozen or so books last year, but this year I’d like to read 18. #18in2018 has a nice ring to it. I plan on sharing the books I am reading on my blog each month. Last year, I shared mostly to Instagram without creating a reading log for myself.
For the last few years, I have enjoyed reading memoirs and non-fiction books. I plan to read even more of those this year, but also want to incorporate other genres.
If you follow me on Instagram, then you may have seen my first book club choice for 2018. It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover. This book has been popping up all over social media, I’m excited to give it a try.
Memorable Books Read in 2017
A Beautiful Work in Progress// If you’re a runner (or not), this is a must read! Remarkable story about an amazing journey.
The Magnolia Story // This was a quick and easy read about Joanna and Chip Gaines. If you’re a Fixer Upper fan, you’ll enjoy this one!
When I’m Gone // Get your tissues ready, friends! This book really makes you wonder how well you know someone.
From Sand and Ash // This was the first historical fiction book that I’d read in many years. I enjoyed it.
Love and Trouble// A Midlife Reckoning, for sure.
Work Pause Thrive: How to Pause for Parenthood Without Killing Your Career// I wrote about this book in March of 2017. You can read my thoughts here.
The Happiness Project// I like to read this one every January. It’s a nice way to kick off a new year.