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Grace is taking over for today’s Sunday Reading, and she is sharing her thoughts on The Four Loves by C.S. Lewis. Today, we are featuring a thought provoking book, but it wasn’t a favorite. You might be asking why we are sharing a book that wasn’t a favorite. That is because our goal with Sunday […]
Last week for Backlist Book Picks I shared two great fiction books. Today I am sharing two great nonfiction books. There are a vast number of books written about WWII. This is especially true in the last few years. We are losing the WWII generation and as that happens more and more authors are focusing […]
Last week for Sunday Reading we shared a favorite Christian biography. This week we are sharing another great biography. Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy by Eric Metaxas. Our plan is to share more than just biographies for Sunday reading, but this is another favorite book in our family so we knew that we had to […]
Last week for backlist book picks I shared two memoirs that I loved. It is no secret that we love nonfiction and we love to encourage others to read nonfiction. But we also read and love fiction. Today for backlist books I am sharing two fiction books that I really enjoyed. Both books were published […]
Grace is currently in college working towards getting an English degree. An English degree means that she is doing a lot of reading, writing, and analyzing books and authors. She has decided to occasionally share a few of her thoughts, writings, and analysis here with you. Today is her first post. She is sharing a […]
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.