Book List Inspiration

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So here I am in the middle of a reading funk. Having finished a heavy book last week and just needing a break. I am shooting to have one more read by the end of the month. I have an ongoing list of books and I am wanting to read, but sometimes none of them sound good. In need of a little inspiration, I head to Pinterest and get my book inspo on.

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I have created a roundup of the best posts from my Pinterest Page that have inspired my book lists below:

I am so excited about this first one, there are so many that I want to read here I think I am going to start with either Into The Water by Paula Hawkins (author of Girl on a Train) or No One is Coming to Save Us by Stephanie Powell Watts.

I can’t believe I have only read one of these books on this list! (We Were Liars) I love books with surprise twists. Having recently seen the previews for the movie The Circle I was interested in reading the book. I had to laugh at the Pinterest comment (I didn’t change it) that says eff that book. I am not sure if that’s good or bad! Two other books will be added on my list too, The Cutting Season and Big Little Lies.

I like reading child development books, these ones about nature really caught my eye. Being a homeschool mom I really try to keep my mind expanded for ways to teach my boys.  Balanced and Barefoot looks promising if you are like me and want to get the kids outside more often.

I am always looking for new ways to connect with my boys and honestly I want to read all of these books. I think I am going to start with What a Son Needs From His Mom and Boys Adrift.

Ok, I’m in over my head here

(in a good way)

90% of these books look very promising! I spend a good amount of time researching and learning about how to improve my blog, therefore I need quality resources on hand. I really want to read Blog to Win Business, but it’s only available on Kindle and I am not a big ebook reader. At the top of the list is Blink by Malcolm Gladwell and The Art of Work by Jeff Goins, mainly because I am familiar with the authors and they are both very inspiring.

As an introvert, I like to read books that remind me of why it awesome to be introverted. I feel like our cultural ideal is extroverted and these books remind us of why introverts are important. I had started Quiet and then had to return it to the library, so that is on top of my list to finish reading. The other book I am definitely adding to my list is Introvert Doodles because that looks hilarious!

I hope I was able to give you some depth to your reading list and keep you going for a few months. Don’t forget to check out my book reviews (here, here and here) for more ideas and follow me on Pinterest for more pins all the time!
What books would you add to your list?