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.
Red Rising on Goodreads.com
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.
Harry Potter on Goodreads.com
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.
Magic Hour on Goodreads.com
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