Indiana weather is living up to it’s reputation this winter: unpredictable.
The past twenty-four hours have been foggy as snow from last week melts and evaporates.
I’m grateful to be feeling better physically than other winters, but I’ll be happy to see Spring.
Linking up with Modern Mrs Darcy’s Quick Lit.
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In Bloom: Trading Restless Insecurity for Abiding Confidence by Kayla Aimee
Light-hearted stories that highlight deep truths.
I liked the way her faith was real and scripture informed her decisions and changed her life.
I loved her emphasis on grace. I loved her views on traditional values.
When Crickets Cry by Charles Martin
A doctor running from his past. An endearing little girl fighting for her life.
Just when you thought you had it figured out, you didn’t.
One of the best inspirational fiction I’ve read in years.
Orphan Island by Laurel Snyder
The orphans on the island follow the rules. There’s a set way of doing things. How and when they arrive, what they learn, how they live, how they live. Their survival depends on it.
I understand that this is a parable about childhood rather than a literary novel.
For me, it didn’t really accomplish either.
Maybe I’m missing the implications and parallels, but the story didn’t land for me.
A Spiritual Heritage: Connecting Kids and Grandkids to God and Family by Glen and Ellen Schunnecht
It has been a long time since I read a parenting book. Even longer since I liked one.
I liked the multi-generational approach in this book. I liked the stories. Realistic approaches to the challenges of parenting from a Christian perspective.
The Green Ember by S.D. Smith
I’ve had trouble getting my hands on a copy of this book.
The first book in a trilogy, The Green Ember tells the story of a kingdom of rabbits.
Heather and Picket, brother and sister rabbit, are the main characters. Lots of intrigue. Lots of action.
I can see boys really liking this book.
It’s been a good month for reading and for my first foray into fiction. Check it out here.