I have been a reading machine of late. It always seems my reading goes in spurts. I have several books in the pile, which have been furnished to me by Faith Words and several I read, just because. Let’s begin.
Jacob’s Bell by John Snyder I loved this book and read it over a rainy weekend. It’s about a man without hope who found it at the Salvation Army! The whole review can be read here.
What a Great Word by Karen Moore This is a 365-day devotional. Ms. Moore takes one word and expounds on it. The whole review can be read here.
The Confident Woman by Joyce Meyer Joyce never disappoints. This 365-day devotional is “required reading” for women, in business, in ministry, in the throes of raising kids…you need this book. The whole review can be read here.
This Season of Angels by Perry Stone People are confused when it comes to angels. Stone sets us straight. The whole review can be read here.
Story in the Stars by Joe Amaral for the star-gazers in your circle. A very interesting read. The whole review can be read here. This was a book I dread but ended up liking it!
People I Met at the Gates of Heaven by Don Piper Remember Piper’s 90 Minutes in Heaven? This is a follow-up book by Mr. Piper and is a fascinating read. The whole review can be read here.
Organic Love by Meg Weyerbacher Meg’s first novel and it is organic and sweet. I can safely recommend this romantic novel to any 16 year old and older girl. It is not X-rated. It is entertaining. I read this in Kindle version and I did take it to bed with me!
Every Breath by Nicholas Sparks What needs to be written about a Sparks novel? Always well done. Well researched. And, well read! I enjoyed this story of rekindled love and hope. Another Kindle version read in bed under the covers so hubs could sleep!
Bring Me A Vision – A Story of Redeeming Hope by Pam Ecrement This is a modern day story of redemption. A life broken in childhood. Scarred in young womanhood. But not lost! What Satan intended for death, God redeemed in the most glorious of ways. The broken becomes the broker! The hurt becomes the healer. The scarred becomes the whole. Only God can do such complete work in the life of one of His children. This is a story of hope, grace, and the unlimited mercy of our God. I recommend this book to anyone who loves non-fiction, a good story, and a well-written manuscript. The book can be purchased here.
A Wreath of Snow by Liz Curtis Higgs Liz is probably one of the best storyteller’s of our generation. She gets the smallest feature just right. She spends hours and hours researching every aspect of the story’s details. This is a novella, which means “curl up on the couch with a lap blanket on a rainy Sunday afternoon and read from start to finish!” That is exactly what I did. A perfect book for the reader looking for a Christmas-themed, hope-filled story. I read the Kindle version.
Wives of War by Soroya M. Lane Another great weekend book. It is set in World War 2 and around three field nurses at the 75th Mobile Field Hospital. This is most definitely a love story. Not a ton of romance and there is mention of sex outside of marriage resulting in a pregnancy. The story is well told and the reader gets drawn into it and is not disappointed in its ending. A great read for those who enjoy war-time novels with happy endings! I read the Kindle version.
Dead Sea Rising by Jerry Jenkins I was a fan of the Left Behind series and Jenkins presents us with book one of a brand new series. I read this selection over a snowy weekend. The whole review can be read here.
Whew! Twelve books read and reviewed. I have two more in my stack but will save for a later day.
Do you mind if I share my latest book with you? I introduce Gracee, our brand new Casita Travel Trailer!
And, my sister and I have finished our Family Secrets and Sentiments too!
Both of my books are available on Amazon.