Reader's Corner: Kelsey's Current Reads
Where are my fellow readers at?! I used to assume that everyone loved to read as much as I do, but then I became an adult and quickly realized this is not always the case. And while I love to read, I am not one for re-reading books. The mystery and appeal is gone after I read it once. I do however love all genres of books: autobiography, self-help, fiction, non-fiction, mystery, drama, and the list could keep going and going.
In case you’re in the market like I always seem to be, I wanted to share some of my current favorite reads:
Girl Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis:
Everyone has been raving about this book and I was just able to start it! So far I love Rachel’s writing style; she feels like my best friend! The chapters are easy to read and not too long. You feel as though you are sitting across from her in a coffee shop just talking about life.
Copycat by Alex Lake:
This mystery had me guessing the entire time! Someone is stealing Sarah Havenant’s identity: creating a fake social media page posting pictures only Sarah has access to, ordering items off Sarah’s personal Amazon account, and so many other creepy things that you start to wonder how this doesn’t happen more often in real life! The criminal was NOT who I expected it to be!
Everybody, Always by Bob Goff:
I’ll be the first to admit: I want Bob Goff to be my grandpa. He is ALWAYS happy and has the best advice! This book was highly anticipated after his first book, Love Does, sold millions of copies. The lesson is this book is that we need to love everybody at all times and choose others at all times. A fairly simple lesson, but one that can be hard to put into practice. Enter Bob who has never met a stranger and who lives out his life exactly like Jesus wants us all to do.
Promise Me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship, and Purpose by Joe Biden
First things first: this was not a political book. This is the story of Joe’s family and losing his son Beau. It was really touching and inspiring to get a glimpse into his family life and a little bit of his life in the White House.
Whiskey in a Teacup: What Growing Up in the South Taught Me About Life, Love, & Baking Biscuits by Reese Witherspoon
This is on the top of my books to read. I love all things Reese and all things Southern, so it just makes sense.
I would love to hear what books you’ve read that have inspired you or have just been a solid read!
Kelsey is a proud Texan who calls Nashville home. She tours in the music industry and loves traveling, coffee shops & reruns of Friends.