The first day of each month, I’m posting a summary of what I read the previous month and what I plan to read in the coming month. I would love if this could become a conversation in the comments about what’s on your reading list, too!
Reading took a backseat to other endeavors this month, so my books-completed list is a bit lighter than I’d intended.
Here’s the recap of what I read in August:
Daily Rituals: How Artists Work by Mason Currey
Margaret Fuller: A New American Life by Megan Marshall
Difficult Mothers: Understanding and Overcoming Their Power by Terry Apter
Using Bibliotherapy: A Guide to Theory and Practice by Rhea Joyce Rubin
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Raold Dahl (audio)
Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator by Raold Dahl
- The Wee Free Men by Terry Pratchett
- Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China by Jung Chang (Sisters Book Club August selection)
My Ridiculous To-Read List for September
- Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain (Sisters Book Club September selection. Click the link to read along and join the discussion!)
- Agnes Grey by Anne Brontë (for Cavalcade of Classics)
- Called to Community: New Directions in Unitarian Universalist Ministry by Dorothy May Emerson, Anita Farber-Robertson, and Mary McKinnon Ganz
- Living Room Revolution by Cecile Andrews
- Slowing Down to the Speed of Life by Richard Carlson and Joseph Bailey
- Alone With All That Could Happen: Rethinking Conventional Wisdom about the Craft of Fiction Writing by David Jauss
- The Snowden Files by Luke Harding
- Her by Harriet Lane (LibraryThing Early Reviewers)
- Famous Baby by Karen Rizzo (LibraryThing Early Reviewers)
What have you enjoyed reading in the past month? What’s on your to-read list for September? If you blog your answer, please post a link in the comments (and/or link back to this post, if you’re so inclined).