I am going to change up how I do my bookshelf on the blog. Although I enjoyed setting high reading goals in 2017, I’m ready to take it a little bit easier when it comes to what I read in 2018. So, I’m going to post about what I read the previous month instead of what I plan to read that month. Hope you still enjoy seeing my bookshelf!
I read 12 books in December 2017 and finished three more that I read throughout the entire year. I usually try to read some holiday books in December to get in the Christmas spirit. I also read a few inspirational books and biographies. Here’s the complete list (reviews will be posted on the blog soon):
Skipping Christmas by John Grishman
This was the December Online Book Club choice and I enjoyed reading the story about a couple who decides to forgo Christmas and go on a cruise – until a surprise changes their plans.
Lab Girl by Hope Jahren
This was an interesting autobiography about a plant scientist and her journey to find her own path.
Merry and Bright by Debbie Macomber
This was a very sweet holiday love story.
Uncommon Type by Tom Hanks
This is a very interesting collection of short stories with a theme centered around the written word.
Bittersweet by Shauna Niequist
Finding the balance between the bitter and sweet parts of life is the theme of this inspirational book.