What’s a project without lots of book? A failure before it starts I would say!
Here are the books I will reference and/or review on the blog this month.
Jen Hatmaker is funny, insightful, and energizing with her new book, “For The Love”, all about loving people well. I can’t wait to read the part of leggings as pants.
Can I tell y’all a secret? I didn’t think I’d love this book as much as I do. But, I’m so glad I gave Melanie Shankle’s memoir about friendship a chance. It’s chock full and amazing 80’s references, beautifully written and inspired me to “find my (LA) Gulley.”
“The Actor and the Housewife” is my all time favorite novel about a friendship that stands the test of time, distance, differences and of course answers that age old question, “can a man and a woman be best friends”. Shanon Hale weaves a story that’s intensely relate able, a little fairy tale, and completely heartfelt.
Y’all know how much I love this book from the last two posts on stability. Micah’s words are wisdom and grace abounds in every page. What else should I read this month on friendship? I’m trying to get my daughter to read “Ann of Green Gables” with me, but so far it’s a non-starter. I’m almost finished with Mindy Kaling’s new book, “Why Not Me” and I’m a strong contender for “The Friendship Project” list, I just want to finish it before I recommend it.
With that said, excuse me, I’ve got to go back to reading…