December Reading Recommendations

Hey everyone! First, I must start off by saying I know that I didn’t post a reading recommendation post last month. I can honestly say that I didn’t have as much time to read as I wish I did with all of the moving and craziness happening. However, I finally am settled into my awesome, new home and am reading again! So I’m happy to say I have two great books to recommend to you!

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DECEMBER READING

Today Will Be Different by Maria Semple

For those of you who have followed my past reading post, you’ll notice that this is the second book I’ve recommended by Semple. Where’d You Go, Bernadette appeared on a previous recommendation list, which is why I needed to give this novel a shot. Meet Eleanor,  a woman who just wants her day to go a little better than the last. But as you follow her over the course of that day, it’s anything but normal. Through all of the craziness, you will most definitely laugh, cringe and have some moments where you really connect with the strong protagonist. Like Where’d You Go, BernadetteToday Will Be Different is a great, quick read that I will put on my ‘must read again’ list (Yes, I do have one of those and I will share it in the future).

Three Wishes by Liane Moriarty

You’d think that triplets would have a ton in common, right? Well the Kettle girls will make you throw that thought right out of the window. Follow them on their journey as you figure out how exactly the three get into a huge fight during their birthday dinner, with one of them having a fork poking out of her pregnant belly. Yes, you did read that right. Honestly, I’m so happy my mom gave me this book to read. I moved through the first 100 pages with ease that I couldn’t believe how much time went by. The subject matter will resonate with many of us, even though only a small percentage will be a triplet.

What are you guys reading now? Have a book you’d love to recommend? Leave them in the comments below! I’m always looking for some new books and genres to try out.

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