This week, I’m taking a few days off to relax with my daughter during her school break. She has four weeks left in her first year of medical assisting classes! I am so proud of her. It has been a wild year for my family as we’ve faced physical and spiritual battles. But God has been faithful through it all.
But enough about that. This post is about books. So what are you reading? Anything special? If not, I have a few suggestions. 😊
No Longer Alone by Melinda Inman (Historical)
I’d love to see this on the big screen. Prentis’ and Avery’s love story is one I’m glad I didn’t miss.
A Love Most Worthy by Sandra Ardoin (Historical)
A delightful visit to Klondike country with Rance Preston and Hallie Russell. A story of hope, healing, and restoration.
A Southern Season: Four Stories from a Front Porch Swing by Eva Marie Everson, Linda Yezak, Claire Fullerton, and Ane Mulligan (Contemporary)
Haven’t finished it yet. But y’all! ❤ Just get the book.
Coming Home: A Tiny House Collection by Yvonne Anderson, Michael Ehret, Kimberli S. Mckay, Pamela S. Myers, Ane Mulligan, Chandra Lynn Smith, Linda W. Yezak (Contemporary)
Short sweet reads. Perfect for the beach, pool, or anywhere you can sit or stand. LOL.
Fully Committed by Dora Hiers (Contemporary)
A lovely surprise. Rand Tenneson wasn’t the average contemporary hero. A story of second chances.
The One Year Experiencing God’s Love Devotional by Sandra Byrd
Soul Care for Writers by Edie Melson
Next on the List:
Jessie’s Hope by Jennifer Hallmark
Hedges by Jerry B. Jenkins
Salvation by Olivia Rae
On Eagles Wings by Lynnette Bonner
A Tamale Christmas by Linda Rodante
A Father for Bella by Jill Weatherholt
The Redemption of Caralynne Hayman by Carole Brown
So there ya go. I hope this week will find you buried nose-deep in a book or two. Until next week, stay safe and have fun!
Let me know what you’re reading this week and how it’s going so far? Good? Bad? Meh?
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