An Open Book

Reading is by far one of my favorite past times, but lately, I can’t seem to finish what I start or make a dent in my reading pile. This month I’m linking up with An Open Book at CatholicMom and A Scribbler’s Heart to share with you what I’m reading and planning to read. I’ll review all of these once I’m done with them! I promise 🙂

Let’s start with the book I’ve had the longest: Your Best Year Ever by Michael Hyatt. I started reading that in January! It was busy here at the beginning of the year and well, we were living in a day to day mode, which is my least favorite mode.  I realize it’s the last quarter of the year, but I’m determined to finish strong! And finish the book.

Next up is True Radiance: Finding Grace in the Second Half of Life by Lisa Mladinich. Again, I started this and put it down for no good reason. I’m picking it up again.

I am currently reading Alms, Your Definitive Guide to the In’s and Out’s to Catholic Fundraising by Brice Sokolowski for work. He makes some good points and offers a foundation, a starting point, which is what I need.

I picked up It’s OK to Start with You by Julia Maria Hogan, MS, LCPC for a little re-set and reminder. Working from home makes me sometimes forget what my plan is for me as a person. That may sound strange to you or you are nodding your head in agreement. I’ve read lots of positive reviews so I can’t wait to dive in.

The Benedict Option by Rod Dreher is on loan from my son-in-law. The sub-title says it all, “A strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian Nation.”

Gaze upon Jesus edited by Kelly M. Wahlquist was sent to me by Ave Maria Press to review and I’m looking forward to reading it. Last year I read Walk in Her Sandals which was also done by Kelly and WINE contributors so I’m sure this one will be just as uplifting.


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  • October 3, 2018 at 12:04 pm

    What a great collection! I’m reading Gaze Upon Jesus now, too! Would be great for Advent study and reflection.

    I listened to The Benedict Option about a year ago and really enjoyed it. Sobering, but very interesting.

    Thanks for linking up!


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