Welcome back to the 5 after 5! After a long week come and share your list of 5! Each week we will have a new topic for the following Saturday! So think of your great 5 After 5 List and come link up with us! This week is Great Books Read in 2016.
I made a huge Book Challenge for myself this year! And man do I need to get on the move 🙂 I love to read and I try to find time each day to fit in a little bit even when it is busy!
Great Books Read in 2016
I believe any Christian women who is trying to lose weight should read this book! She talks about her own struggles with losing weight and how we need to shift our desires for food to developing our relationship with the Lord-Craving Him and not food. Excellent read!
If you’re a homeschooling mom and you have multiple children you are teaching this is an excellent resource, a must read! It is an e-book and comes with some great printables for starting your own morning basket time. I wanted to start doing this with my daughter even though we are a couple of year from officially homeschooling. It has been a blessing to start incorporating into our daily routine.
I have loved reading Klassens books! This is one of here new ones and you will not be disappointed if you love romance, mystery, regency books.
This is book 3 in her series Songs of Blessings. Really it is part of a multi-series all tied together! Love them all. I thought this book was going to be the last one in the series so the ending was a surprise to me! I can’t wait for the next one to come out!
This is the first book I have read by Ladd. I tend to get stuck on reading one author until I have read all their books and have to find a new one 🙂 Tell me I’m not the only one that does this! I really enjoyed this book and I see myself picking up one of her others books in the near future!
Lately I have started to read more than one book at a time and found that adding variety helps me expand my reading selections more! So right now I am currently Reading
I rotate through my list and read 1-3 chapters in a book then move on to another book. It has helped me to read other books than just fiction and I have really enjoyed doing it this way. It means it takes me longer to finish a book but make reading Shakespeare much easier than just trying to read it in a week.
What books have you read in 2016? I would love to hear 🙂 Share in the comments or come join our link up each week and add your own post of 5 after 5 I love new suggestions to add to my list too! Come and follow me on goodreads if you like!
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