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Today I am sharing a few of my recent reads. I haven’t had time to get full book reviews up for these books, but several of them are so good that I knew I wanted to share them with you. It is only the middle of February, but I think a couple of these might […]
This week for Sunday we picked the book, A Small Book About A Big Problem: Meditations on Anger, Patience, and Peace. This book is a little different because it is written as a fifty day devotional book. The days are not dated. It is just Day 1, Day 2, etc. You can start this book […]
It is time for another backlist book pick. This is where we feature older books, the books that are not the new releases that everyone is talking about. With all the new book releases each week older books often get forgotten about. We want to change that with backlist books. This week for backlist books we […]
In 2018 I challenged myself to read books for every state in the United States. I knew that the challenge would take me a couple of years so I didn’t give myself a strict deadline to finish it. I ended up finishing the challenge in December of 2019. During the two years that it took […]
War and Grace by Don Stephens was published in 2005. It is a book that you probably have never heard of, but it is a book well worth your time. War and Grace is a book of short biographies from WWI and WWII. I first read it shortly after it was published, and it quickly […]
The Cover-Up at Omaha Beach was a neat book to read. I learned a lot and was able to read a ton of first hand accounts of D-day and the days that followed and then into the future.
Bunches of movies, TV shows, episodes, book, and verbal tales have been spread about Billy the Kid. I have watched some of these, but have yet actually read a book dedicated to this famous outlaw.
Jane of Austin is a fun modern take on a classic Jane Austin book. It is a fun clean romance book based on Sense and Sensibility.
Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly was published in 2016 and has been a popular WWII historical fiction book over the last few years. I had heard great things about it, so I decided to finally give it a try.
Anne Perry books have been on several cozy mystery book lists that I have seen, so she has been on my to read list for awhile. I finally decided to give her Daniel Pitt series a try and I am so glad that I did.