So many good books, so little time

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I have finished a book since I last blogged entitled Facing the Son by Kris Belcher. This was given to me by a dear friend, and I absolutely loved it! It was short but a very good book that focused on one’s perspective.

Currently, I am reading a book that was given to me at work (I wonder if this is a clue on how to be a better employee?) entitled Strengthsfinder 2.0 by Tom Rath. The books helps you identify your strengths instead of focusing on your weaknesses. I am also reading The Racketeer by John Grisham. I’ll hopefully post book reviews soon.

You may recall that I made an A to Z reading list of books to read during this year. I keep finding other books I read first and I haven’t made a whole lot of progress on my list. So far I have read 6 books from my list: (G) The Girl from the Train by Irma Joubert; (I) Inferno by Dan Brown (Angels and Demons is my all-time favorite book of his.); (L) Last to Die by Tess Gerritsen (Harvest being my absolute favorite of hers.); (N) Now You See Her by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge; (U) Under the Knife by Tess Gerritsen; and (X) Xanadu: Marco Polo and Europe’s Discovery of the East by John Mann. That’s not a whole lot.

Daphne and I are reading an R.L. Stine book aloud to each other. He was one of her favorite authors when she was younger. She has a whole collection of his books. We are reading The Overnight and have not made it even half-way through. We better get reading tonight.

Why are there so many wonderful books out there and so little time to enjoy them all?  Hoping you have plenty of time to read this summer! Enjoy a book or two!

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