The Real Mary, by Scot McKnight
The Grand Sophy, by Georgette Heyer (for the umpteenth time, it's the best bathtub reading)
Friday's Child, by Georgette Heyer
A Million Miles in a Thousand Years -- the latest Donald Miller book. The best since Blue Like Jazz. Excellent. Funny. Challenging.
Artists in Crime, by Ngaio Marsh -- Similar in flavor to an Agatha Christie mystery. I loved it.
I'm in the middle of
My Heart's Cry, by Anne Graham Lotz -- this woman can preach like her father but has the poetic expression of her mother. Wow.
A Woman's Heart that Dances, by Catherine Martin -- a heartwarming description of the Christian life as a dance
(My Heart's Cry and A Woman's Heart that Dances complement each other; I'm glad I'm reading them both in the same month.)
The Sacred Echo, by Margaret Feinburg -- This is a new author for me, and I love her!
When Life and Beliefs Collide, by Carolyn Custis James -- If you lead a women's Bible study, you should read this book--you'll be encouraged. If you are a sit-in-the-pew-once-a-week Christian, you should read this book--you'll be challenged. If you're in the midst of a crisis, you should read this book--you'll be comforted.
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