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Hi friends! Happy Friday! What a week! I definitely started feeling a bit overwhelmed with balancing school and parenthood and getting ready for a family trip, but we made it through.
Tomorrow we’ll be braving the airplanes (being safe and wearing masks) but that will definitely be an adventure.
Today I’ve got some links from the internet that I loved this week + a mini-review of my new favorite book. Plus I share what I’m planning to read this weekend!
What are you hoping to read this weekend?
Links I loved this week:
Addie LaRue is going to be a movie!!! More about this book in a second, but I CANNOT WAIT FOR THIS MOVIE!
Every Woman Needs a Marty Ginsburg. What a sweet, sweet read. Feeling grateful for a husband who treats me and my dreams as equal to his.
10 fun Halloween Picture books. I know I’ve been searching for Halloween books cause V is obsessed with all things Halloween and spooky.
By Union of Feeling We Obtain Power With God. I sobbed during this address of General Conference by Sister Eubank last Saturday. I cannot wait to study this talk again.
It is time to live in a “new normal”. These thoughts are so, so good (both the article and President Nelson’s talk)
V.E. Schwab on the ‘defiant joy’ of her epic novel The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue. Hi, yes, I don’t think you’ll ever get me to stop talking about this novel.
2021 Powersheets are COMING on Wednesday!! I can’t wait to share this year’s collection with you! It’s so so good. I’ll be sharing more about Powersheets on my blog on Wednesday.
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Scwhab
Words won’t do justice to the feelings that this incredible book gave me.
I went into The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue with high expectations. V.E. Schwab is one of my favorite authors and this book did not disappoint.
It’s dark, beautiful, magical, and so so much more. Simply put, it’s about a girl who sells her soul to a devil in exchange for eternal life, but no one remembers her. Until 300 years later, when someone finally does.
This novel is stunning and you should read it.
Add The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue on Goodreads.