Category Archives: What We Read

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society Book Review

“Perhaps there is some sort of homing instinct in books that brings them to their perfect readers.” — The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society p. 10 If a book could be my soulmate, I’m pretty sure this would be THE ONE. (Although I’m afraid I’d be a very unfaithful mate to books… there are […]

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Book Review: Before We Kill and Eat You by H. B. Garlock

I love reading stories about missionaries. They are first and foremost typically very encouraging to my soul. Secondly, missionary stories provide fascinating accounts of other cultures. I probably should’ve flipped those around. I mainly love reading about other cultures and people groups, but then the added bonus with a missionary story is that my spirit […]

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Book Review: Bridge to Haven by Francine Rivers

Guys! I’ve got to take a break from reading page turners! I can’t get anything done once I’ve started a good, quick-read book. I become just about the laziest person on the planet, looking for any excuse at all to sit down with my book. “Oh I think I’ll get in the car line today […]

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Book Review: Three Wishes by Liane Moriarty—My New Favorite Author!

Liane Moriarty has become one of my favorite authors. I first read one of her books via my book club, and I was hooked. Three Wishes is my second novel to read of hers, and while I preferred The Husband’s Secret, this one was still pretty great. Moriarty is an Australian author who has a […]

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Book Review: Orange is the New Black

Sometimes you stumble on a book by mere chance. I was looking for an “in between” book I could borrow from the library to read on my Kindle app immediately while I waited for my saved books to become available. So I searched for books that were available right away. Usually this selection isn’t the […]

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Poly-Readers Versus Serial Readers. Which One Are You?

This is my stack… or my stash if you will. My husband, Jay, doesn’t get it. Of course, he barely reads one book a year. So I don’t really expect him to understand why I read one book at time much less multiple books at a time. But that’s what I do—I’m a poly-reader. It sounds […]

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ISIS Systematically Killing Children for Their Faith in Christ and Bring Your Bible to School Day

I’m sure those of you who stay up-to-date with current events know about the crisis going on overseas with ISIS and their goal to convert or eliminate Christians. I am not political and have no desire to make this blog so, but after reading an email forwarded from my mother-in-law this morning, I simply could […]

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