From the Notebook: February Wrap Up

Happy last day of February everybody! Today I am bringing you my monthly reading wrap up, since this just happened to fall so nicely. I read a lot more than I thought in February, though a lot of it was for school. Okay, 11 isn’t usually a huge number for me but considering what I’ve been working through, it feels like a lot. And, yes, some of the books for school I didn’t read in full, but … I’m counting them. Fight me. Hopefully in March I’ll have some more entertaining books to read. Please, for the love of all that’s chocolate.

Monthly PopSugar update: I only ticked off two new categories this month, sadly – book with a blue cover and book about a culture you’re unfamiliar with. 8/40 complete!

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Weekly Wrap Up + What We Read 2/28/16

Welcome to another weekly wrap up! While our blog content was, of course, impressive our reads this week … were not so much. Michaela is working hard at Barnes and Noble now, and I’ve got school, so she’s down to my reading level. Ha! As long as it doesn’t impact blog content, right? Without further ado, here we go!

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Review: “Choosing My Religion” by Stephen J. Dubner

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Choosing My Religion is a luminous memoir, crafted with the eye of a journalist and the art of a novelist by New York Times Magazine writer and editor Stephen J. Dubner. By turns comic and heartbreaking, it tells the story of a family torn apart by religion, sustained by faith, and reunited by truth.

Two stars