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April Book Pick + Discussion | A Virtual Book Club

you guys, i am having a little too much fun with our virtual book club…i love that we are all doing something for ourselves, allowing a little slow down in our lives to read and regroup.  it also feels really good to replace the phone in my hand with a book.  i love setting reading…

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  • Julie - I loved this book, read it in a few days while on a road trip. I can’t find May’s title, though. ReplyCancel

March Book Pick + Discussion | A Virtual Book Club

reading is one of those things that i do for me.  it’s something that usually doesn’t cost any money (unless i just can’t wait to read a book and the wait list at the library is too long…which means, amazon prime!) :).  it’s something that i can do anytime, day or night.  and it’s something…

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  • Tanya Monroe - It has probably been six months or more since I have sat down to read a novel.  I have been reading photography books for over a year. Taking classes through Coles Classroom pro. 
    However I love Christian Novels  by Mildred Colvin.    I’m going to purchase this book on kindle through Amazon and hope I can spend some time each evening before bed reading instead of face booking and turning my head to mush Lol. Looking forward to meeting new friends also. Thank you for starting this book club!! ReplyCancel

    • {beth} a-dilly - Oh, I have been looking for another Christian author so I will have to check him out! I adore Karen Kingsbury and have read most, if not all, of her Christian fiction novels. You may like her as well!ReplyCancel

      • Tanya Monroe - Thank you. After I read orphan train I will look them up. I’m excited that you h as be me reading again!!ReplyCancel

  • Feyza - Hi, so glad to be able to join this!
    1: my most recent favorite novel is called Scyte.
    2: Well, whenever my baby sleeps (he’s 3 months old) I will pick up a book and read. (I love reading so that’s what I always do anyway, aside from cleaning up that is.)
    3: The next book I’d like to read is “Salt to the Sea” by Ruta SepetysReplyCancel

    • {beth} a-dilly - Yes! Reading is few and far between with little ones but I love that you are going to read while he sleeps! That’s my plan as well!ReplyCancel

  • Jodie Hassa - This sounds like so much fun!! Thank you for doing this! 
    1. Unfortunately, it’s been too long since I have made time for me and just read. 
    2. I plan to read as a way to unwind after work and/or before bed. 
    3. Looking forward to starting Orphan Train, I do not have a suggestion for another book just yet. ReplyCancel

    • {beth} a-dilly - Reading it such a wonderful way to unwind at the end of the day! So far I am loving Orphan Train and it is hard to put down, so I hope you enjoy it too!ReplyCancel

  • Ashley - I literally just purchased this book after seeing it at the Strasberg Train Station Gift shop!  Now I’m excited to read it. I also have a newish baby (6 months) and 2 others (7 and 3) so reading is sporadic
    1. Currently reading “Ministry of Motherhood” by sally Clarkson. Everything she writes is pure gold!  
    2. Umm, I’m still working on this. One of my goals this year is to read more (less Facebook) 
    3. I have The Magnolia Story in my list. And Emily Ley. And Lara Casey. And more Sally. So many books ReplyCancel

    • {beth} a-dilly - Yay!! I am so glad you already have a copy of the book…this was totally meant to be!! I loved Magnolia Story and Emily Ley’s book! I still need to read Lara Casey’s!ReplyCancel

  • Mary Gallo - Thank You for starting this book club!! I picked up Orphan Train from my library today and can’t wait to start reading. I made a 2018 resolution to read more books for fun.  I’ve been reading mostly photography and Lightroom books. I recently finished Wonder by RJ Palacio before watching the movie with my daughter. My plan is to wind down before bed by reading instead of surfing the internet on my laptop. Waiting on my nightstand is A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman.


    • {beth} a-dilly - Yay! So happy to have you joining in! I can’t wait to hear what you think of the book, it was hard for me to put down!ReplyCancel

  • Julie Mankin - Loved Orphan Train, a heartbreaking but heartwarming read!!ReplyCancel

    • {beth} a-dilly - So beautifully and perfectly said, Julie! I too felt it equally heartbreaking and heartwarming! It’s so hard to read a book sometimes that breaks your heart, yet leaves you so inspired!ReplyCancel