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July and August were really bad reading months for me. I read only six books between those 2 months! Pretty unbelievable, and pretty unlike me. Honestly, I was just tired of reading. I have been on a huge knitting kick and didn't want to put any time away from my knitting, so my Nook slowly died and my library ebooks eventually expired. However, I have since picked up a couple of other books though I can tell you right now if I'm going to make my goal, October needs to be a month filled with tons of reading!! I need to get back to reading before bedtime, for sure. But anyway, back on topic

Believe it or not, since having Ezra I have been able to read more books than before. Could have something to do with the time spent sitting on the couch nursing, haha. But mostly it has something to do with the fact that I treated myself to a Nook (with Glowlight, oooo)! I can check out books from the library on it and it is ah-maz-ing! I got it in June so most of my reading for these two months was done in June. I started a lot of books in May

So, not surprisingly, progress really slowed down in March and April. I read five books total, bringing my total up to 11. I have 41 books left to read. Eek! In March, I read: Jesus for President: Politics for Ordinary Radicals was interesting. It was a quick read. I think the authors (or maybe it’s the editor or publisher?) spent a little too much time on the layout/design of this book. It’s really cool looking… but sometimes that’s distracting from the actual text. I took this book with a grain of salt. The authors would have you be a complete and total pacifist. I don’t think that that is wrong or a bad way to be, but I do think

So, since beginning my challenge to read 52 Books in 2012, I have read 6 books toward that goal. I'm a little behind - about 3 books behind to be exact - if I want to finish this goal on time. In January, I read: Don't Get Caught With Your Skirt Down: A Practical Girl's Recession Guide by Jill Keto. I picked this up from the library when I was on this crazy personal finance kick. I get on that kick every January. I'm still on it to some extent. This book was pretty good, but mostly it's full of common sense information that you'd find in any other personal finance book geared toward women. It did make me

One of my resolutions for 2012 is to read more books. There was a time when I, all by myself, had a small personal library of over 1,000 books. Then I got married and moved out of my parent's house into an apartment. My husband brought his own books into the equation but books weren't nearly the vice to him that they were for me (CDs were his thing