Yeah, yeah, I know March is the month that's supposed to come in like a lion, out like a lamb. But this is South Carolina, and apparently we do this in February. Add in some personal crazy and some birthday and baby shower fun, and not a lot of reading got done this month. Ah, well, practice for after baby comes, right?
Fierce Faith*, by Alli Worthington. This book is all about how to conquer fear and anxiety, which seemed like the perfect fit for yours truly, who generally stays at a low-key level of anxiety. But for some reason, this book just didn't do it for me. I did like that Worthington offered practical, tactical steps for how to combat fears - this wasn't just some esoteric, generic book. She frequently refers to your "battle plan," which is helpful. But none of the practical steps seemed all that useful to me. Also, her writing wasn't my favorite. It seems like she was trying too hard to be best-friend-ish and cozy, and she uses waaaaay too many exclamation points (a journalistic pet peeve of mine). This wasn't a terrible book by any means, but it wasn't the book for me. 3/5 stars.
*I received this book from BookLook Bloggers in exchange for my honest review.
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