It’s summer time! And, for me, that means it’s time to catch up on my reading. Check out what fiction and nonfiction I’ll be reading this summer, and let me know what you think!
My mom bought me your book last week when she and my dad visited Financial Peace Plaza and you signed it for me! Thanks! 🙂 I am grown and don’t have kids of my own, but I am interested to read your view points!
Add The Mark of the Lion series by Francine Rivers. I’ve been through them twice. n
Love James Patterson, ready to read his 13th Women’s Murder Club book!!
I am currently reading First Counsel by Brad Meltzer. So far a real page turner. Love his books!
Any book by Elin Hilderbrand is a phenomenal beach/lake book. Everything set in Nantucket. I just finished “Beautiful Day”. So good! (Finished SMSK two weeks ago 🙂
You should add one more “Theology” book to your pile… “The Fury of God.” Just released… by me! Just getting in on the shameless plugs. 🙂 http://www.furyofgod.com
Whoohoo – Moody! (I’m a grad. :))nIf you like mystery, check out Dorothy Sayers…she was one of “The Inklings” – a contemporary of CS Lewis & Tolkien. She’s got great murder mysteries. (I used to love Grisham, but his politics are getting a bit overbearing for my taste.) Happy reading!
I heard that the “Heaven is Real” book is not a good way to learn about Heaven, because it does not cover such things as how to get Saved by Jesus, which could be misleading since that is mandatory for adults to get into Heaven, according to the Bible. My summer stack of books include every Dave Ramsey book that is still in print and easily available, (to remind me daily to be wise with my money). I am also reading large bits of Bible commentaries about Ezekiel and Daniel, because my Men’s Sunday School class is covering those topics this summer, (by many commentators such as Warren Wiersbe, Mathew Henry, New American Commentary, Expositor’s Bible Commentary, most any conservative commentaries are great).
You have to read “The Gravity of Birds” really good summer read.
Here is a post of mine from last summer focusing on 3 books you should read this summer: http://resourcesforus.wordpress.com/2013/06/22/three-novels-worth-reading-this-summer/nnI plan to read Sycamore Row by Grisham this summer: http://www.jgrisham.com/sycamore-row/ I also need to read The Racketeer: http://www.jgrisham.com/the-racketeer/
LOVED Sycamore Row!
The Fault In Our Stars!!! It is in young adult section but don’t let that make you miss it. It is a FABULOUS read!!! One of my all time favorites!
The God-Shaped Brain By Jennings M.D., Timothy R. Changed my walk with God.
I am reading The Cross and the Switchblade by David Wilkerson. It’s the story of the founding of Teen Challenge & it’s a good, quick n easy read.
Two books to recommend. Especially if you are in the mood for heartwarming love stories; the first one in honor of the recent D-Day Anniversary “Love Stories of World War II” by Larry King. Yes, that Larry King! The second is a beautiful Christian Romance with additional plot lines of redemption and healing from the Lord. “The Touble with Dimples” http://paulgarcia.tateauthor.com/ If you have a chance to read my blog posts and like what you see, I would be happy to send you a copy on me!
Rachel, What are a few of your favorite non-fiction books?