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I read The Cadaver King and the Country Dentist as part of my nonfiction book for every state challenge. It was an impulse purchase at Barnes and Noble, but I knew it would work perfectly for my Mississippi book. Not only was this book perfect for learning about Mississippi, but it was also a fascinating book. […]
August was a fairly good reading month for me. I read nine books, and most of them were nonfiction. I feel like I am finally getting back into nonfiction books after reading a lot of fiction over the last few months. When the Germans Came I am not sure where I first heard about […]
It is time for another Sunday reading book. This is where we feature a Christian or theology book that we wouldn’t normally share about. Featuring them on Sunday’s gives us a way to share the Christian books that some of our readers enjoy. Today we are changing it up a little. We are sharing a […]
Do you love nonfiction? There were some great nonfiction books released in August 2020. We love to feature backlist books every week, but that does not mean we don’t enjoy new releases as well, especially if those new releases are nonfiction books. It is no secret that we love nonfiction books. Our family enjoys finding […]
This week for our Backlist Book Pick we are featuring the first book in one of my favorite mystery series. Backlist Book Picks is where we feature older books, 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 on […]
Ruth, A Portrait: The Story of Ruth Graham Bell is a book I picked up to read because I do not know a lot about Ruth and Billy Graham besides the basics that most people know.
My husband got me Lady Takes the Case as a gift because he knew that I had been reading more fiction. I enjoyed this cozy mystery.
I love Christian biographies and have read many of them over the years. Jerry Bridges has written quite a few books that I have read. When I heard that he wrote his autobiography, I knew I wanted to read it.
Of Literature and Lattes can be read alone, but it is a follow-up book to The Printed Letter Bookshop. It is set in the same small town that The Printed Letter Bookshop is set in. I loved the story, the characters, the setting, and the coffee shop the book is centered around. I am guessing that Katherine Reay has a third book planned for this same town and cast of people. If she does a third book, I will be reading it.
Set in Appalachia, The Story Keeper, is a book that you won’t forget. Jen Gibbs is a successful New York editor who finds herself revisiting her past through a manuscript that somehow found its way to her desk. It is about love, family, and so much more.