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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 […]
I am not sure where I heard about this book, but I enjoy memoirs and thought this was one that I would enjoy. It was an interesting and honest look into one persons journey of finding her biological family.
Grace from the Rubble was a good, but tough read for me. I have lived in Oklahoma since 1994. My husband and I lived in the Oklahoma City area when the bombing happened. My husband was close enough that he felt the blast when it went off.
I read Garlic and Sapphires after reading and loving Save Me the Plums. I wanted to love this book because I really enjoyed Save Me the Plums.
Who Am I? was recommended by someone in the church I am a part of. I thought it sounded interesting. I also knew the name Jerry Bridges, so I expected that I would learn a lot.
Miss Julia Takes Over is the second book in the Miss Julia series. I have heard this series described as Mitford like but with mysteries.