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It is a little over halfway through November, so it is time for a Nonfiction November update. A nonfiction book challenge was just what I needed to get my reading life back on track. I love nonfiction, but 2020 has not been a good reading year for me. I know that I am not alone […]
The Life of A.W. Tozer by James L. Snyder This week for Sunday Reading we are featuring a biography of a well known Christian author. The Life of A.W. Tozer. A well written biography reads like a story. It tells you the story of a person’s life in an interesting way and shares a look […]
My Nonfiction November reading list includes some history, memoirs, Christian books and more! Have you heard of Nonfiction November? If you are on Instagram, you probably have at least seen the hashtag for it. Grace and I both love nonfiction all year long, so we don’t usually do much for nonfiction November. This year though […]
Today, we are doing 84, Charing Cross Road, for a book vs movie review. Do you love a good book vs movie as much as we do? 84, Charing Cross Road Book 84, Charing Cross Road is a book of letters between a New York writer and a London used bookseller in the years following […]
We have eighteen new book reviews up! The last few months have been a little unusual for us when it comes to reading. I am pretty sure that we are not the only ones…2020 has definitely not been normal for any of us. Grace took a college class over the summer, so she did not […]
I picked Every Man a Hero by Ray Lambert on sale on kindle. There are not a lot of stories written by medic, so this gave good insight
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.