What I’m Reading in February [Book List]

I frequently have friends ask me what I’m reading or what I recommend, so hopefully, these posts are helpful in giving you some ideas. If there’s a certain topic you’re looking for, let me know and I’ll see if I can direct you to a book. 🙂

UPDATE: Here is My 2018 Book List >>> joycemoy.com/booklist2018

Being a life-long learner and bookwormish means I read some pretty random things sometimes. I mean, if I run out of stuff, I read the backs of cereal boxes or car magazines. Sometimes it doesn’t even matter if it is stuff I agree with or not. I really think we can learn something from everything. Soooo…I’m not sure there is ever a theme to each month’s books but…

Here’s my February Book List:

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📚 1) *Sarah, Plain and Tall by Patricia MacLachlan

We’re trying out a new history curriculum that is a bit more literature-based because apparently, that is how the people around here like to learn. :p Surprise, surprise! We do still LOVE *Evan Moor History Pockets and plan to do more, but wanted to try this out. The History 3 comes with about 30-ish books, and they range from picture books to encyclopedias to longer chapter books. There are some books I have read and others I have not read, so it will be fun to learn together. I tried to do a poll but it came out 50% on Instagram and Facebook between this and The Sign of the Beaver. :p I chose this one to start with because it’s shorter. :p

 

📚 2) *Fierce Faith by Alli Worthington

I do not do so well with digital copies of ebooks so I did a quick skim of this as a Fierce Faith launch team member, but now that I’ve got my hands on it, I can’t wait to dig in. The topics/feelings of fear, worry, and anxiety are common among most women. I went through a period of insomnia due to anxiety. It’s one of those things that people want to ignore as a “real” problem like you can just push it aside. Let me just say that you can’t just “push aside” insomnia and panic attacks. Learning to replace fear with fierce faith!

 

📚 3) *Hello Mornings by Kat Lee

Finally, we have Hello Mornings, which you all know is near and dear to my heart having served “alongside” (if that’s possible since she’s in Texas) Kat for so many years. This is another one I have read (obviously!!) already when it released, but I love this message that Kat shares with us about a morning routine. And not just any kind of morning routine, but one that is grace-filled and life-giving!! Doesn’t that sound so good and inviting? If you’ve had rushed, hurried and harried crazy mornings, or just plain old “I-don’t-wanna-get-out-of-bed-and-adult” mornings, I totally get you. Come join me in reading Hello Mornings, you’ll never wake up the same again! Sidenote: It’s NOT about waking up earlier!

There you have it, my books for February 2018. Follow along on my FB page for some inspiring quotes or more of my thoughts as I read.

What are you currently reading? Do you set reading goals or have a book list?

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