March Reading Goals

Since my latest trip to the library, I’ve set a few reading goals for the month of March that I’m going to share with y’all here, and then hopefully follow up on as I complete them.

Firstly, I want to start doing a weekly post of the books I’m reading to my daughter.  We typically get between five and seven books for her at our library trips and we’ve found some really great books for the young toddler age, as well as some that I would just as soon avoid for the rest of my years of young children.

Secondly, I have 4 books that I’ll be working on reading myself this month.  Of course, if I get them all done, adding more is as simple as another trip to the library, but as I enter my last full month before my second child is  due, I’m not sure whether I’ll find myself reading more as I get more tired, or less because I spend too much of Sophiapea’s naptime sleeping right along with her 🙂

On to my list.

#1. Allegiant by Veronica Roth

allegiantI FINALLY have the 3rd book of the Divergent series.  Already halfway through it, and crossing my fingers that we make it to the movies one last time before our #2 makes an appearance. Must. See. Divergent.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#2. Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker by Jennifer Chiaverini

mrs_lincolns_dressmakerI love everything I’ve ever read by Chiaverini.  So happy that the local library has a selection of her books that I haven’t seen before!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#3. The American Home Front 1941-1942 by Alistair Cooke

the_american_homefrontYet another shameless indulgence of my fascination with the wwii era.  What can I say? I do love history!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#4. Never Buried by Edie Clare

never_buriedAfter my first introduction to Edie Clare’s writing in Long Time Coming, I spent some time on the kindle store and found one of her mystery series.

There you have it.  My reading goals for March.  Towards the end of the month I’ll start collecting books for baby month! Lots of opportunities for reading in the hospital and during midnight feedings! 😀

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