Books Read in November 2016

Well, I downloaded a lot of books in November but I don’t feel like I read very much this month. The time really seemed to get away from me.

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The main book I read, is a book called God King: A Story in the Days of King Hezekiah. It is a history book that I read with my son for his home school.

Another book I read was Writing a Book a Week: How to Profit with Self-Publishing. The idea and the process of writing a book a week is a little overwhelming for me at this time in my life, but I did glean some good tips.

All my other related reading was also with or for Andrew’s school. I did, however, participate in several webinars and virtual workshops that included reading material. 🙂

Hopefully, I will be able to read more in December. My plan is to get most of my Christmas shopping/chores done early so I am not feeling the pressure toward the end of the month.

Now it’s your turn. What have you been reading this month? Do share!

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Books Read in October 2016

I did a fair amount of reading this month. I have a new goal to read one book a week and I followed that plan pretty well this month. I should do the same for November; over the weekend, I downloaded 18 books (free & paid) onto my Kindle! I have a choice amount of books now, for sure!

Books Read in October 2016

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Of course, I read the third book in the “Mark of the Lion trilogy,” As Sure as the Dawn. Like the other books, this one was very long but I breezed through it very quickly. Still, when it was over, I was sad. I didn’t want it to end! I will remember these books for a long time. Here are the other books I read this month:

Field Guide to Writing Flash Fiction. This book is a collection of essays about the history of flash fiction, defining flash fiction, and some ideas/tips on writing flash fiction. Very good book.

Nobody wants to Read Your Sh*t. Steven Pressfield does it again. This book is to the point, full of personal antidotes, and teaches the reader how to write. LOVE this book. (Even if the title is a little gruff!)

Home Remedies: 37 Ways to Use Epsom Salt. I remember my mother and others in my family using Epsom salt all the time but as a grownup, I never did. A saw this on a free book list so I figured I would get it. (Who doesn’t love free books?! LOL!) There are a lot of great uses for Epsom Salt many of which I didn’t know.

Prolific Publisher: 7 Strategies I have Used to Publish Over 50 Books in 7 Years. I just started this but it is very good so far! I may actually get it finished in the next couple of days which is why I am including it as part of this month’s books.

How about you? What are you reading? Do share!

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