Hey, y’all!! It’s the last Thursday of the month which means it is time for Carpool Book Club!
Each month, I share about my favorite books that I’ve read that month, and this month was full of great reads! These are the books that sit on my nightstand and that I read as a busy mama of 3 kids who are always on the go. Before I started reading, I had a lot of empty space during the in between time. You know, the time when I am waiting for an appointment or sitting with the kids outside….picking up a good book is my favorite way to pass that extra time. 🙂 So, here we go!
Here are our picks for this month!
So, I am a big fan of Liane Moriarty, and this book was just okay for me. It wasn’t awful or anything, but it was a little slow moving….considering how quick witted her other books are in comparison. It was hard to not compare it to her other books, but I could see where you might like it more if you hadn’t read her other work. 🙂 I do have to say that the stalker portion was fascinating–she did a great job of playing that out!
Alright, now this book was much faster paced, and it left me guessing until the very ended! Hello twisty-turny plot lines, and I really enjoyed this one! The characters were fabulous and believable, and I even emailed the author after I was done reading because I needed to discuss a little further. PS–she was super sweet and answered my questions! haha! #stalkerreader #INEEDEDtoknow Anyway, you will love this one! It was good!
So, I picked up this one, because my girl Shay recommended it…and I finished it in about 3 hours! It’s a fast, easy read, and it is chalk full of practical tips on how to declutter your life. I especially loved the later chapters, and I am planning on keeping my copy to go back to! It was that good. 🙂
This is the last book that I read for May, and it just made my heart happy! It really is just a sweet, encouraging read! The author is super funny and he certainly has a a gift for weaving truth into his storytelling! He shares about the ways that he’s transformed his family’s everyday moments into something meaningful…and I really loved this concept!
Do you have some great book recommendations? Leave your thoughts in the comments or link up just below! And, if you are following along with me: here is what’s coming up for June! I got a head start on one of these, and I am hooked!
Happy Thursday! XOXO Narci