Spring Reading

I did quite a bit of traveling this spring. After being in Oklahoma for our son’s wedding, I hit the road. I was away from home April 11 through May 10. I was able to visit friends in Chattanooga, Nashville, Memphis, near Birmingham, and Tuscaloosa. I spent a weekend at a women’s conference (check out…

Cult. A Book Review

Cult by J. l. Pond Rudy is a senior in high school. Though he attends a Christian school and grew up in a Christian home, he struggles with habitual sin and hard questions about God. He can’t talk to his parents about his doubts, and, until a new girl comes to school, he thinks no…

Before I Saw You

I received a free copy of Before I Saw You from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. Honestly…I loved this book! It arrived last week, a week full of struggles for me. I won’t go into detail, but this book spoke volumes to me. The way Sudie loves God and trusts His Word…

My Winter Reading List

Reading is one of my favorite pastimes. I enjoy long books, short books, novels, biographies, historical fiction, fantasy, nonfiction, and collections of folktales and short stories. I love to sit by the fire on cold days curled up with a good book. Here is the list of books I read this winter along with my…

Book Finished

Yesterday I posted about reading The Kremlin Conspiracy by Joel Rosenberg. I just finished it. And WOW! I can hardly wait for the next book in this series! In the mean time, I just ordered the complete The Twelfth Imamseries. ——- I’m part of the Tyndale Blog Network and received the book free in exchange…

Reading a New Book

I’d forgotten how much I like novels by Joel Rosenberg. I read The Last Jihad, The Last Days, and The Ezekiel Project years ago. I’ve followed his blog http://www.joelrosenberg.com but haven’t read any of his books in a while. Saturday I received The Kremlin Conspiracy in the mail. I’m part of the Tyndale Blog Network…

Fall Reading List

For almost two and half years I traveled with my husband. We visited 48 states. But I was home most of last year. Being home allows me time to read great books. I’ve done lots of reading! Long biographies. Short novels. Bible studies that lasted all summer and fall. Books on business. Here are some…

Book Quote

“Rather often I am asked whether the grief remains as intense as when I wrote. The answer is, No. The wound is no longer raw. But it has not disappeared. That is as it should be. If he was worth loving, he is worth grieving over. Grief is existential testimony to the worth of the…