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  • Writer's pictureAshley Bringenberg

Books I am Loving Right Now

Last week on the blog I showcased some of my favorite Fall sessions and talked about how much I love curling up in my sweats and enjoying the pretty colors from the warmth of my home.

Another thing I love about Fall is with colder weather more time indoors, I often find more time to read. I enjoy a variety of genres, but the ones I tend to read most are sci-fi, fantasy, dystopian, realistic fiction and motivational or business related books. I am always on the lookout for new books to read and to add to my wish list, so I thought I would share some of my favorites here with you and I would love it if you would share some of your favorites with me! So, in no particular order, here are some books I’m loving right now: The Red Rising Series by Pierce Brown

This series held my interest from chapter one. It’s easy to get invested in Darrow’s story

and to root for the underdog. I really enjoy books that are part of a series, because

when I love the characters and the plot line I never want them to end. I am still waiting

on the sixth and final book to come out.

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The Harry Potter Series by JK Rowling

I know, I know, this is hardly new, but I have renewed my love for Harry Potter through

my girls. We spent a lot of our quarantine time during 2020 reading this series and

watching each of the films along with the book. It had been years since I had picked

one up and I was able to relive the magic with my kids. This series will always be one

of my faves.

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Magic Hour by Kristin Hannah

This was the first Kristin Hannah book that I read and it sparked my reading another 5

or 6 of her books in the last couple of months. I have enjoyed them all, but this one

might still be my favorite.

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Profit First by Mike Michalowicz

This book was life-changing for my business. I highly recommend for any entrepreneur

looking to build (or continue) a sustainable business. This book helped me to set up my

business so that I could know what expenses I could realistically afford, what I needed

to charge in order to cover those expenses and what I could pay myself to run said


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