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My September 2015 Reading Goals

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September reading goals

In my head I didn’t accomplish as much reading during August as I wanted to, but that may have been because I was sidetracked with The Giver series and managed to squeeze in all four of those books. Of all the teen fiction that I’ve read over the last few years, this was one of my favorite series. Needless to say, the other books in my pile were (ahem) pushed to the side and didn’t get the attention they deserved.

So, a few of the books in this month’s pile may look a bit familiar. I do have another book by Jen Hatmaker sitting next to my bed as a ‘treat’ should I actually manage to finish the books I have in my stack. Of course, with my knack for getting distracted, it is highly likely that it may get shoved into the pile and I’ll start reading it anyway.

September Reading Goals

Here’s a peek at my stash for the upcoming month – a few from my post 20 Books to Read in 2015, some fiction fun, and a non-fiction educational-based book too.

Books Finished in August

  • The Bible – somehow I got stuck in Jeremiah and Ezekiel, but managed to get through those two and finish up! This took up a LOT of my reading time this past month too. Now I’m looking for a Bible study to work on in the upcoming months since our ladies group will be meeting again soon. 
  • The Giver, Gathering Blue, Messenger, and Son by Lois Lowry – really loved this series. Not something that I would have normally picked up, but Laurianna wanted to read the series so we read them together.
  • From Clutter to Clarity by Nancy Twigg – a look at how clutter isn’t just physical and surrounding us, but internally as well.
  • The Headmistress of Rosemere by Sarah Ladd – another great book by Ladd. Love her writing style.
  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets – read aloud with the kids

SO – what are YOU reading for you this month? And what books do you have to recommend and totally distract me from my pile?

Books to Read in 2015 See my list of 20 Books to Read in 2015 in this post. I am making progress on these non-fiction books, but the fiction is so much fun too! You can see all the books that I’ve read so far this year via my 2015 Reading Pinterest board.

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