Bedside Book Review - December

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 When I look back at 2020 I can say I honestly read a lot more than I ever anticipated I would. I am happy I have gotten back into the habit of reading. From romance, to thrillers, to personal development. I enjoy reading and keeping my mind dreaming. This year I am going to make a goal of 1 personal development book a month, and 3 others. Lets look back what I read in December of 2020.

What I Read:

Cute romantic Christmas book. Two people who are not fans of Christmas, come together for a Christmas home decorating show in a cute little town that loves Christmas. An adorable Christmas read. 

Two quick romantic Christmas stories in one book. A feisty, romantic comedy I couldn't put down.

I borrowed this book from our library after so many other bloggers have said how good it was. It was a fun read, not my typical romance. It was a slow read, some good parts, some ehh parts. At one point I did have to push myself to finish, and I am glad I did.

I am a girl Rachel Hollis fan. It seems like when I read her books it is right when I need them for different reasons. 

If you need a kick in the butt for motivation to work towards making your dreams a realty. This book is for you. Sean tells you how it is, the truth without beating around the bush with the facts. A quick good read. 


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  1. My husband and I did the A little God time for couples a few years ago and really liked it- I need to check out the mom version. Love your reading goals for the year.

    1. I am going to have to look into the one for couples. I am loving the one for moms so far.

  2. I didn't know Autumn Calabrese had a book! How is it? I need to read Shaking the Sleigh and Special Delivery. I am very much a romance fan. So, I read two of Rachel's books and I liked them. They were at times I needed to hear a lot of what she was saying. But overall, and with everything that has come out about her, I sort of a lost a little respect for her I think? I dont know. She built a whole empire on a vision of a perfect life/marriage and then you find out it was all a lie. So I don't see me picking up any of her new "self help" type books. A Little God Time for Mothers sounds like something I need.

    1. Autumn's book was just released a few months ago. I am enjoying it so far. I love that she is from Ohio and hearing her full story.
      I agree about losing respect for Rachel after her lieing about her perfect marriage.

  3. Looks like you got a nice mix of books in! I do want to read more self-improvement type of reads this year. I find them interesting.


  4. Christmas shopaholic is on my list

  5. Even though the Shopaholic books will never be as good as the first few in the series, I will always seek out the newest one! I love that world.


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