5 Minutes for Books, but it got a little cumbersome to manage. However, I do like the opportunity to interact with other booklovers and give my readers a sneak peek at books that I might be reviewing soon, so I thought I'd join in.
It can be found this month at Library of Clean Reads.
Review copies that I'll read soon:
Made to Crave: Satisfying Your Deepest Desire with God, Not Food -- I've seen this on a lot of blogs. I already started it, because I have a review and giveaway coming up soon on 5 Minutes for Mom. So far, so good)
Edited Monday morning:
A Double Life: Discovering Motherhood by Lisa Harper -- This is a very quick turnaround. I received it Saturday and started it Sunday and need to post a review/giveaway on Monday. It is excellent, and I'm flying through it (Whew -- could have gone either way).
Review copies that don't publish for a while, but look really fun:
Joy For Beginners 6/2011 -- I really enjoyed Erica Bauermeister's School of Essential Ingredients (linked to my review), so I am already looking forward to reading this one (It looks like the paperback of that book is being offered at a bargain price right now on amazon.
True (. . . Sort Of) 5/2011 -- My daughter loved Katherine Hannigan's Ida B., so I can't wait to read something by this author.
Paris, Baby! 5/2011 -- This is Kirsten Lobe's memoir of her life as a single American woman living in Paris when she has a baby.
Audiobooks for review:
In a Heartbeat: Sharing the Power of Cheerful Giving by Sean and Leigh Anne Tuohy -- I've started this already too, and it's quite inspiring.
On my Kindle:
The Little Known, a YA novel by Janice Daugherty about an African American boy living in segregated Georgia in the 1960s (off the Kindle Free list!)
Those are books that I received last week. Here are the reviews I've posted in the last week over at 5 Minutes for Books:
The Crabby Cook cookbook -- It's a cookbook chock-full with personal anecdotes. Perfect for bookworms like me! We also have a giveaway, so check it out.
A Cup of Friendship is an excellent novel set in Afghanastan.
Operation Yes is a Middle Grade audiobook that Amanda (12) and I both listened to.
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