What I’m Reading: June 2017 2


I’m being more intentional with what I read this year. So far, so good. I’m really enjoying making sure I’m reading a variety of books each month. I’ve also found I’m reading more so I can reach my goals. In the past, I would usually just grab a book from my to-read pile or start reading what is available from my hold list on Overdrive. Instead, I am going to choose a fiction, historical, biographical, inspirational and classic to read each month and then after I have read those five, I can read whatever I find that’s available. I will also have book club books to read from a moms group and the online book club on this site. Oh, and there are the advanced copies I receive to review. Lots of reading going on here!

In May, I read the following 9 books (reviews to come soon):

For June, here is my to-read list:

 

FictionThe Bourbon Thief  by Tiffany Reisz

I added this book to my list after seeing it reviews in Bookpages. The story looks intriguing. I have a few other fiction books checked out from the library that I might get to this month, too.


 

HistoricalLights Out by Ted Koppel

So, I know this book isn’t technically history, but it talks about a future possibility for our country. It could end up being our history if our power grid were to go down for any length of time. I’m curious to know more about this topic after reading Lisa Bedford’s Survival Mom book.


 

BiographicalThe Story of a Soul by St. Therese de Lisieux

St. Therese is well known in the Catholic Church for wanting to do little things for God. I have been wanting to read more about her for a while. I think this book might be very convicting.


 

Inspirational: A Medley of Modern-DayMiracles by John Herzog

The author of this book goes to my church and gave out copies after service last month. I read Eric Metaxas’ book Miracles and am interested in reading more about them.


 

ClassicThe Cost of Discipleship by Dietrich Bonhoeffer

I added this book to my to-read list after finishing Eric Metaxas’ biography on Bonhoeffer, which I highly recommend. Bonhoeffer saw the writing on the wall in Germany before and during WWII. I am looking forward to reading his book.


Online book club: Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi

Read more about this choice at the link above.


 

Moms book clubNecessary Lies by Diane Chamberlain

I don’t know much about this book or author, but I’m hoping it makes for a great book club discussion.


Requested Reviews/Advanced Copies/Book Launch books:

Harmony Blues

Harmony Blues (Choir Girls 3) by Victoria Kimble

Nothing is Strange by Mike Russell


What are you reading right now? 
What are you planning to read this month?

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About Sarah Anne Carter

Sarah Anne Carter is a writer and reader. She grew up all over the world as a military brat and is now putting down roots with her family in Ohio. Family life keeps her busy, but any spare moment is spent reading, writing or thinking about plots for novels.


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What I’m Reading: June 2017”