Books I’ve Read {September Update}

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Simply Tuesday: Small-Moment Living in a Fast-Moving World by Emily Freeman – I will be reading this one again in October with the in(courage) book club. You can join in too! Grab your copy by clicking the title, and get more details on the book club link. I will write up my thoughts and share some great quotes from the book through the month on our review blog.

Get Yourself Organized for Christmas: Simple Steps to Enjoying the Season by Kathi Lipp – I LOVE the breakdown of how to prepare for the holiday season. I’m not one of those people who have a huge list of must-dos each year, but there is quite a lot that happens before, during, and after Christmas, and I would love to not have all of that stuff in my head. I know I will be able to enjoy the holidays more because of Kathi’s projects, and the small things she has us do to get ready for the festive season. I read through this book this month, but I will be reading it again in October to actually put into action each of the steps. If you want in, get the book (click on the title of the book) and join me! I will be blogging all about it for 31 days!

The Little Book of Talent: 52 Tips for Improving Your Skills by Daniel Coyle – I had no idea what this book was about when I decided to read it, but I have credit in my Google Play account for the occasional surveys I do, so I got this one which is on the book list for the LIVE course that I have been taking this year. I really enjoyed it and even recommended it to my eight-year-old. Daniel Coyle has another book about talent, but I think this is maybe a condensed version of that one? If you want to do some reading but don’t have a lot of extra time (or attention span) to read, this one is great because the tips are short and sweet. Practice makes perfect! 😉

Fervent: A Woman’s Battle Plan to Serious, Specific and Strategic Prayer by Priscilla Shirer – If anyone has read this book, did you hear Priscilla’s voice in your head as your read it? Because I did! If you have ever watched her speak before, there is power in her messages. She can definitely preach it. Priscilla shares 10 strategies of our Enemy and how he plans to derail us from God’s plans for us, and then she goes on to share 10 strategies for our battle plan. I love the stories she tells in the book, and along with each of the strategies, there are plenty of Scripture passages to pray, and each chapter (strategy) ends with a Call to Prayer. And you better believe Priscilla is praying for each person who reads this book.

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Looking forward to reading these books in October. Anyone else want to join me?

Preemptive Love: Pursuing Peace One Heart at a Time by Jeremy Courtney
Moms’ Night Out and Other Things I Miss: Devotions To Help You Survive by Kerri Pomarolli (I highly recommend MOMS’ NIGHT OUT the movie if you haven’t already watched it…or if movies aren’t your jam, there is also THE BOOK.)
Simply Tuesday: Small-Moment Living in a Fast-Moving World by Emily Freeman (re-reading with in(courage) book club)
Get Yourself Organized for Christmas: Simple Steps to Enjoying the Season by Kathi Lipp (re-reading with launch team)
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Have you read any good books lately? What are your favorite kinds of books to read – mysteries, biographies, historical fiction, cookbooks?Book List 2015To check out the books on my book list, you can READ THIS POST or visit our Amazon store.

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