Hello again, savvy savers! Today finds us not with an awesome, new, must-have book review, but the list for the books which I will be reading (and have read)this month.
As I shared last year, I’ve started a new Book Reviews section on my blog. Each month I have been reviewed several awesome books, but I thought starting now, and for each month thereafter, I will be listing the books I plan to review on my blog. I will be listing them so that others, who may want to read along can do so. As well, my future plans include the start of a possible Book Club in addition to my posted reviews section. My list may seem overly ambitious, but with Summer fast approaching, I feel that the following list is very do-able!
So, last month I finished my entire reading list…and now onto this months list!
The 7 Books I’ll Be Reading in February:
- Worry Less, So You can Live More, by Jane Rubietta– This prose challenges readers to experience joy and rest in the moment-by-moment pleasure of a Godly life.
- Mothering From Scratch: Finding the Best Parenting Style for You and Your FamilyPaperback, by – Full of solid biblical truth, this book will help you create a plan to raise a more Godly family, on a day-by-day planning basis.
- Choosing Him All Over Again: A Story of Romance and Redemption, by – Choosing Him All Over Again is Juana’s story about romance and redemption. In midst of the waiting and hoping that her husband would take her back, she immersed herself in the Word and Christian fellowship. Chapter after chapter she shares the details of her separation and the work God did to grow her through prayer, thought processes, conversations and decisions.
- Esther: Royal Beauty (A Dangerous Beauty Novel), by Angela Hunt– When Xerxes, king of Persia, issues a call for beautiful young women, Hadassah, a Jewish orphan living in Susa, is forcibly taken to the palace of the pagan ruler. After months of preparation, the girl known to the Persians as Esther wins the king’s heart and a queen’s crown.
- When Calls the Heart: Volume 1, by Janette Oke– I have read most of Janette Oke’s books, and this series is my favorite by far. The story takes place in a different setting from most Christian historical fiction (i.e., not the prairie), and with the first-person narration Elizabeth’s voice shines through. If you are tired of finding the same plot in many books, try this series; the books do stand out. They are also laugh-out-loud funny in places; the book is far superior to the series and made-for-TV movies series.
- The Daniel Plan: 40 Days to a Healthier Life, by -Excellent book based upon the diet plan now used at Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church. Great nutritional and accompanying spiritual information. Please note this is not a true vegan Daniel Plan, but it offers a comprehensive, well-rounded philosophy of eating and spiritual health that can’t be beat! Highly recommended if you care about both your physical and spiritual health.
- Climate Capitalism: Capitalism in the Age of Climate Change, by -This is a great book to introduce you to the many ways that a company can profit off of thinking about the climate. It doesn’t make a case one way or the other on if climate change is real or not, just lays out the many ways that business can make money, while still doing the right thing. It is a great place to start if you are wondering if there is any reason a business should think about this or as a consumer for ways to look at a business you may or may not want to deal with.
So, all of this months books are finished, and reviewed (on my review site TheLadyPrefers2Review), and I’m excited about the change I’m making to next months list, too!
So, what books are you planning to reading this month? Leave a comment, and let me know!
Here’s to reading,