February Reading List

I read two books last month. I didn’t start The Help until Monday of this week so it’s rolling over into February. My February Reading List includes White Teeth by Zadie Smith, The Help by Kathryn Stockett, and Little Bee by Chris Cleave. I’ll be trying to work through the books that I physically own until I make a dent at my Goodreads list. I’m drawn towards darker (and even a little creepy) literature so I’m not used to reading books that are more popular. I’m also currently reading Designers Don’t Read by Austin Howe and Creative Inc. by Meg Mateo Ilasco & Joe Deangdeelert Cho. Both are more design/creative oriented and are not fiction so I’m not including them in my lists. What are you reading this month?

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  • I have a few *cough* 7 new cookbooks I picked up over boxing day so I’ve been cruising through each one at different times depending on what style I want to read. I’m also still reading “Star Wars vs. Star Trek: Could the Empire kick the Federation’s ass?” by Matt Forbeck (it was a free read through Kobo) and “The Assassin’s Apprentice” by Robin Hobb, I’ve read it before because the bf owns it, it’s my go-to-sleep book, because if I haven’t read books before they will keep me awake till 3am lol

    • I totally understand the “up til 3am reading” thing. That’s why I get afraid to start a new, good book! I usually start one on a Friday night and then my weekend is pretty much exactly that.

      Ohh and I’d love to know what cookbooks you are reading.

  • I’m reading Fifth Avenue, 5 A.M.: Audrey Hepburn, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and the Dawn of the Modern Woman right now. It’s actually way more about the changes in cinema, Audrey Hepburn as an unlikely star, and Truman Capote than about the movie itself. Fascinating so far!

    I also have a couple of books checked out of the library. One is Karen Armstrong’s The Case for God and the other is Mary Johnson’s An Unquenchable Thirst: Following Mother Teresa in Search of Love, Service, and an Authentic Life.

  • By the way, I think you’ll really like Little Bee! I was sucked in from the start. I also have his other book, Incendiary.

    • Oh good to know!! I’m also making note of those other books you suggested. Do you do Kindle/iPad or real book? Library?

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