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Books I'm Taking With Me On Vacation

Happy Wednesday Everyone, and Thank You So Much For Joining Me Today on the Preppy Book Princess!

I'm excited to say that while you're all reading this post, I'll actually be away for a few days with my hubby. To say I've been looking forward to this short trip would be a huge understatement! Neil and I have both been so busy the last couple of weeks, that we decided a few days away together to rest and relax were definitely in order, and it seemed only fitting that this coincided with our four year anniversary!

In fact guys, I'm happy to say that today and tomorrow mark two very important anniversaries.

First of all, on this day September 20th, back in 2015 is when I first started my blog! So today The Preppy Book Princess officially turns two years old! And I can't begin to describe how much these two years have meant to me. My blog has been a source of joy and inspiration for me through some pretty rough times, and I'm glad that I get to continue to use it as a way to shine a light for Jesus to the rest of the world. As well, my blog has affronted me many opportunities for which I'm forever grateful, and I want to take today to thank you all for your continued support of little corner on the internet. :)

Secondly, tomorrow, September 21st, is officially four years since I chose to say I do to my best friend. I can't wait to celebrate Neil's and I four year anniversary tomorrow, and I'm very thankful we were able to get some time away together in which to do so.

And now, I'd like to take a moment to share with you all the fabulous sounding books that I took with me for this quick little getaway :)

The House On Foster Hill by Jaime Jo Wright:

This in an inspirational/suspense novel that I currently have from Netgalley, and while it sounds ridiculously scary, it also sounds amazing, and I've already heard great things about it. As you guys all know, I'm a huge fan of Colleen Coble and Dani Pettrey, and this one has been compared to their's, so hopefully I'll end up loving it as well.

Lizzy and Jane by Katherine Reay:

I'm so enjoying this Austen inspired inspirational contemporary novel by Katherine Reay. I honestly always seem to love reading "foodish" books like this one definitely is, and while I'm still not too too far into it, I've really loved what I've read so far.

A Second Christmas Wish by Kathryn Freeman:

This is another one that I currently have from Netgalley, and I honestly cannot wait to read this. This contemporary fiction novel about a woman and her seven year old son who learn to love the Christmas season when a new man enters their lives. It sounds like the perfect read to curl up with on these beautiful, blistery fall days we've been having as of late, and I have a feeling I'm going to end up loving this one. 


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