I found some great books to read last month! Two of them were on my 2013 book list.
- The Guardian, The Truth Seeker, The Protector, and The Healer by Dee Henderson. I have one title left in this series; these were my fiction reading for May.
- How to Write and Sell eBooks the Simple Way by Kathy Hutto
- Sacred Marriage by Gary Thomas
- Sparkly Green Earrings: Catching the Light at Every Turn ~ A Memoir ~ by Melanie Shankle
- What Doctors Eat by Tasneem Bhatia, MD
- Desperate: Hope for the Mom Who Needs to Breathe by Sarah Mae and Sally Clarkson. This was an inspiring and encouraging read, especially for moms in the throes of raising several little ones.
- Concerning Christian Liberty by Martin Luther
- You Are a Writer (So Start Acting Like One) by Jeff Goins
- Raising a Lady in Waiting by Jackie Kendall. With a daughter now ready to enter 7th grade, I thought this book offered some practical advice on preparing girls for future relationships with young men. I can see the importance of beginning these discussions now – well before the time they’re needed, with plenty of time to lay a Biblical foundation for Godly interaction with young men.
- Tales from the Trail by Evangelist Bill Pittsenbarger
The girls and I finished Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O’Dell, which was on our Read Aloud list for the year.
Have you read any good books lately?
I also read and enjoyed Sparkly Green Earrings; I was unfamiliar with her work before that. I just finished Bringing Up Girls by James Dobson.
How did you like the Guardian? I've got it, but I keep putting off reading it. I feel like I should reread Sacred Marriage every year, it is just that good; how did you find it?
I published my reading a few days ago, but I didn't read nearly as much as you did!
We've been out of town this week, so I'm just getting to respond to comments!
I really liked the Guardian. I don't get into fiction as much these days, but I really enjoyed that whole series. Sacred Marriage was good, too; my brother had highly recommended it also. I think the whole premise of the book was what stuck with me the most – that marriage is about God working in and changing me. How I need to remember that daily!!