March Reading List

Happy March 1st!

Reading is one of my favorite things to do! I’m obsessed with a REALLY good read. I have so much travel this month, so I’m really sinking my teeth into some really good books to keep me entertained and stimulated while I’m on the road and in the air! I’m starting something new this month, I’m creating a Monthly Reading List for myself. I want to have certain books that I absolutely, positively WANT to read each month. I’m going to set a little section up next to my bed and have them there to grab/read and finish up!

March Reading List —–> my top 5 that are on my list this month:

Motherhood is a B#tch by Lyss Stern – I can’t wait to read this one! Lyss is a dear friend, so I was THRILLED to see that she wrote this book, it’s so needed! Lyss is one of the funniest lady’s I know, so I can’t wait to see her style throughout! What can you expect?

Motherhood is a B#tch! is the modern mom’s bible for dealing with the day-to-day chaos with style and grace. It’s written for the stressed out working mom and the harried stay-at-home mom, who have sacrificed their lives, careers, bodies, and sanity to become moms. And, honey, it’s time to take it all back! Let’s do this!

The Thief’s Countess by Cecilia Mecca – I’m a romance book fanatic! When I first found out that my friend Cecilia Mecca was writing a romance, I told her – PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHEN IT’S DONE!! I couldn’t wait to check it out and now it’s FINALLY HERE!!

What can you expect?

A thief turned reluctant protector… A countess who resents but can’t resist him…

The Reiver
Sir Geoffrey has dedicated his life to exacting revenge on the men who killed his parents and stole his birthright. The son of a baron, he has been reduced to stealing the resources he needs to reclaim his family legacy. Just when he’s on the verge of success, his uncle asks him to put his plans on hold to help protect a wealthy countess. It’s a distraction Geoffrey resents, even more so when he meets Lady Sara. The gorgeous, complicated and alluring lady is everything he’d want in a woman—and everything he can’t have.

The Countess
With her betrothed coming to claim her hand in marriage and a distant cousin intent on usurping her earldom, Lady Sara Caiser feels beset by controlling men including two lawless border reivers who serve as her protectors. Despite her misgivings, an undeniable attraction pulls her into Sir Geoffrey’s arms. The man is more dangerous than she believed, for he’s noble, caring and sinfully attractive. As the threats against her continue to mount, Sara must decide what’s more important—her duty or her heart.

Designing Your Life by Bill Burnett & Dave Evans – I love books like this, they really hit me to the core. I’m excited to dive in with a highlighter!

What can you expect?

In this book, Bill Burnett and Dave Evans show us how design thinking can help us create a life that is both meaningful and fulfilling, regardless of who or where we are, what we do or have done for a living, or how young or old we are. The same design thinking responsible for amazing technology, products, and spaces can be used to design and build your career and your life, a life of fulfillment and joy, constantly creative and productive, one that always holds the possibility of surprise.

This was Not the Plan by Cristina Alger – If you remember, I wrote about this book a few weeks ago. I added this to my list as a re-read. There are certain books I love to do this with, especially ones that have a great message. I’m adding this in!

What can you expect?

Charlie Goldwyn’s life hasn’t exactly gone according to plan. Widowerhood at thirty-three and twelve-hour workdays have left a gap in his relationship with his quirky five-year-old son, Caleb, whose obsession with natural disasters and penchant for girls’ clothing have made him something of a loner at his preschool. The only thing Charlie has going for him is his job at a prestigious law firm, where he is finally close to becoming a partner.

But when a slight lapse in judgment at an office party leaves him humiliatingly unemployed, stuck at home with Caleb for the summer, and forced to face his own estranged father, Charlie starts to realize that there’s more to fatherhood than financially providing for his son, and more to being a son than overtaking his father’s successes.

When God made You by Matthew Paul Turner – My dear, dear friend’s husband wrote this book, which is the #2 book from Matthew. We were GIGANTIC fans of his book – God Made Light. Matthew does an exceptional job at inspiring and creating special and beautiful books for families. I have this book and have read it with my children already, I’m in LOVE with it and STRONGLY recommend you grab a copy!

What can you expect?

From early on, children are looking to discover their place in the world and longing to understand how their personalities, traits, and talents fit in. The assurance that they are deeply loved and a unique creation in our big universe is certain to help them spread their wings and fly.

Through playful, charming rhyme and vivid, fantastical illustrations, When God Made You inspires young readers to learn about their own special gifts and how they fit into God’s divine plan as they grow, explore, and begin to create for themselves.

As a refresh… here they are!!

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