I’m so excited to tell you about the latest Life With Dee feature. I’m starting a book club! Each month I will recommend three books. In some cases these will be books I’ve read and can recommend to you. And some of the books will be ones I will be reading for the first time, right along with you.
I often have more than one book going at a time, usually each in a different genre. For instance, I usually have something fiction, something non-fiction, and something to inspire me. So most months, the selections will reflect that quirk of mine and will give you a variety to choose from.
I will provide links to Amazon for each of the selections (I’m an affiliate so if you purchase via these links I receive a small portion of the purchase price but it doesn’t cost you anything extra – and I greatly appreciate the support!) but I encourage you to first check your library or local, independent book store.
So, now that we’ve got all that out of the way, let’s take a look at our first selections!
LWD March Book Club Selections
Gracious Living in a New World by Alexandra Stoddard
I am a huge fan of Alexandra Stoddard’s books. I own most of them and have re-read portions many times over the years. This one is currently on my bedside table. You may have noticed it in photos. I have the hardbound copy with a lovely, aqua cover. From what I found, that version is only available used but Amazon does have a paperback version. If you haven’t read any of Stoddard’s books you are in for a treat. She shares her thoughts on how we can live a beautiful and gracious life even in these busy and often stressful times.
Living Forward by Michael Hyatt
Michael Hyatt writes and speaks on topics such as personal development, leadership, productivity, platform and publishing. This is his brand new book and my copy is scheduled to arrive tomorrow. I’m really looking forward to reading this one.
Beach Town by Mary Kay Andrews
I read her book, The Fixer-Upper, a couple of years ago and enjoyed it. Our library had this in audiobook format so I’ve been listening to it in the car. I’m about 2/3 of the way through. It’s a fun, light read (or listen, as the case may be!) and we all need something like that now and then.
If you read any of these I do hope you’ll leave me a comment or send me an email to let me know what you thought. And if you have any recommendations for future book selections, I’d love to hear those, as well.