The Gifted School by Bruce Holsinger This was our book club pick for August. It’s a slow build with a very interesting reveal/wrap up ending. I struggled to care about any of the characters in particular, but am interested to hear what others thought and see where our discussion takes us. You Should See MeContinue reading “Reading Round Up”
These are the books I finished at the end of August… The Prayer God Answers by Eberhard Arnold & Richard Foster I found this free e-book through Plough publishing and checked it out in hopes of sharing it with a particular person in the congregation. Written in two parts, it’s first the writings of ArnoldContinue reading “Reading Round Up”
This is a birds-eye overview of healthy living practices couched in Christian language.
a beautiful coffee table book written for middle grade children
Strike Me Down by Mindy Mejia A thriller about forensic accounting? I was very intrigued. Read through this in on afternoon. The concept was interesting, but I didn’t care for all the elements of the storytelling. This one was just okay for me. But Some of Us Are Brave edited by Akasha Hull, Patricia BellContinue reading “Reading Round Up (August)”
Little Secrets by Jennifer Hillier I read this in 24 hours because I had to know what was going to happen next. I didn’t read the jacket cover (or remember where I got the recommendation) but the book didn’t unfold as I expected based on the first chapter. However, an engrossing thriller that doesn’t getContinue reading “Reading Round Up– July (Part 4)”
From YA to government non-fiction, my last five had covered quite a range.
Untamed by Glennon Melton I have been a huge fan of Glennon’s work. I devoured and shared her first two books. This one fell short for me, and I’m still wrestling out the whys… Grief 2 Growth by Brian Smith For a detailed review as requested by Speakeasy, see this post. At Home by TedContinue reading “Reading Round Up: June”
I have resisted discussing my reading life publicly for a number of reasons…