Twitterature (August 2103 edition)

Linking up with Modern Mrs. Darcy for her literature round-up of short, Twitter-style reviews of recent reads.

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I’ve been wanting to do this for some time, and I’m finally getting to it this month.

I’ve been reading so many things, and I thought this will be a good way to cover a lot of those in a shorter way than my “First, What are you Reading?” posts that I try to do on the first of the month. (When I do this on the first of the month, I will use that as my Twitterature link-up, but this summer has been crazy!!!)

I also thought I could share some of what my kids are reading.  I promise to add more books each month, but I’m starting small this month so I don’t run out of time.

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The Everyday Catholic’s Guide to the Liturgy of the Hours by Daria Sockey.

A gentle guide that’s helped me with the “why” and “because” of my renewed commitment to pray Liturgy of the Hours. good way to #prayalways

From the kids: The Redwall series by Brian Jacques

Adventure, courage & humor from good animals of Redwall Abbey. “Never forget friendship and loyalty are more precious than riches.” #welovelongseries

That is it for this month–it’s only a fraction of all we’re reading at our house, but next month I’ll get more of a head start.  Thanks to Modern Mrs. Darcy for hosting!

6 thoughts on “Twitterature (August 2103 edition)”

    1. They really are fun, and my kids are such readers it gives them plenty to do these summer months. There are also a ton of funny or inspiring quotes from the books. I’ve “encouraged” my 10yo to write down a good quote from each book, and I think he’s done it with almost all of them.

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