Book Room

Happy Saturday!

Was this not the longest work week ever? I seriously felt like it was never going to end. But it finally did and we are blessed with this beautiful, rainy Saturday. I have been up early this morning because my brother and husband are putting new doors on throughout the house. Which means, one more step closer to the baby room getting started. I can’t wait to show everyone the Woodland Creature theme baby room!


A small preview of my baby bump on this Saturday morning!

Eric and I have been very busy cleaning out and putting this house together before the baby comes in May. One of those rooms was the Book Room. So today, I wanted to share with you my updated Book Room. Then I have a new book recommendation for you at the end.


This part of the room hasn’t changed much.


We added another book shelf and cleaned up the shelves.


My office area. Eric is going to add a few shelves so I can clear up the desk and have more organization.


This is probably my favorite book shelf because they are housed with books from authors I read from the most.


This shelf houses more of my favorite authors/series. Maybe they are all my favorite?!?


This shelf contains young adult and fantasy books on it.


I love this chair. However, I don’t ever sit and read in it. But I am hoping once the baby comes, it will be used more often. But how pretty is it?

Now that you have the tour of the Book Room, is there any books that you saw that caught your eye? I haven’t read ALL of these books. These are books that I have collected because I wanted to read them. My TBR list is very long! Is there anything that I should read ASAP? Let me know!

I just finished up Come Back For Me by Corinne Michaels. I give this book 4 out of 5 stars. The first few chapters had me very intrigued. I didn’t want to stop reading it. The middle of the book was just bland to me. Not much excitement that I kinda rushed through it. However, the ending did finish strong.

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One night, eight years ago, she gave me peace.
No names.
No promises.
Just two broken people, desperate to quiet their pain and grief.

In the morning, she was gone and had taken my solace with her. I left for the military that day, vowing never to return to Pennsylvania.

When my father dies, I’m forced to go home to bury him. At least I’ll finally be rid of his farm, which is grown over and tangled with memories I’ve fought to forget.

And that’s when I find her. She’s even more beautiful than I remember and has the most adorable kid I’ve ever seen.

Years have passed, but my feelings are the same, and this time I refuse to let her go. They say you can’t bury the past, and they’re right. Because when long-ago secrets are exposed, rocking us both to the core, I have no choice but to watch her walk away again. . . 

How is everyone’s reading challenge? I picked the number of 72 books to read this year. Last year I picked 100 and maybe completed 60 books. I am hoping this year I can meet my goal but that all depends on how much the baby will let me read.

If you are new or unaware of this reading challenge, go to the website At this website (or download app), you will find book recommendations and reading challenge.

Enjoy the weekend and keep on reading!




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