Stone Soup for Five: Books for March

Books for March

The books I'm reading (or finishing) for March.

Overcoming Sin and Temptation is what I call THICK reading, but it is Oh So Good.  Very convicting and very VERY eye opening.  John Owen was an amazing thinker and man.  I am reading just one or two chapters a week since there is so much to digest and think about.  I purchased this book last year on recommendations from friends and after hearing a brief biography of John Owen.

The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up is good so far. I'm only a chapter or two into it. She has some very different ideas of how to tidy up, and some odd thoughts (thanking your clothes each day for how they served you) but it'll be an interesting read, especially since it is from a Japanese perspective.  This is a long overdue blogger review copy.

Plain Truth is a very different take on Amish fiction.  Great story line, some mild sexuality and language, but pretty intense.  I'm over 3/4 of the way through it and still don't know the answer to the mystery.  I picked this one up from a 50 cent library sale.

The Horse and His Boy  This just might be the most favorite book in the Chronicles of Narnia series yet.  The boys are glued to it, as am I.  My first time reading all the way through the series.  Very, very good books.  I love how C.S. Lewis writes and the little bits of humor he weaves throughout.

Celebration of Discipline  This book is so very good.  I got a used copy on Amazon that someone had underlined and highlighted (love it when people interact with their books!) and I have added more myself... practically every page is filled with deep, rich, thought provoking words.  Excellent book for my VERY undisciplined self.

Hands Free Mama  Got this book over a year ago and still haven't read it.  I have heard so many good things about it and am anxious to get into it.

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