What I Read in April
Not that I'm running behind or anything... but here is my reading list for April. Mostly a mix of historical novels with some dystopian thrown in.
Review: A Healer’s Promise
Today I’m sharing my review of A Healer's Promise, a Christian historical novel by Misty M. Beller, published by Bethany House Publishers. It is Book 2 of the Brides of Laurent series.
Review: Shadows in the Mind’s Eye
Today I’m reviewing Shadows in the Mind's Eye, a Christian historical novel by Janyre Tromp, published by Kregel.
Review: A Rose for the Resistance
Today I’m sharing a book review for A Rose for the Resistance, a Christian historical romance novel by Angela K. Couch. It is part of the Heroines of WWII series published by Barbour but can definitely be read as a stand alone novel.
What I Read In March
In March I read an eclectic mix of fiction and nonfiction, from Amish romance to historical to speculative to current events to mystery. Some for escapism and some for preparedness. Check it out!
Free Kindle Books
Today's collection of free Kindle books includes several light romances along with a few cozy mysteries, perfect for sitting on the porch soaking up the spring sunshine.
What I Read in February
February was a light reading month for me. Here's what I managed to fit in.
Review: Love’s Fortress
Love's Fortress is a "split time" novel with one story line in the present tying in with a relevant story line in the past, in this case 1875. Both stories take place in St. Augustine, Florida.
Review: The Sugarcreek Surprise
Today I’m reviewing The Sugarcreek Surprise, an Amish romance novel by Wanda E. Brunstetter. It is Volume 2 in the Creektown Discoveries series. Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy from the publisher as part of JustRead publicity tours. This post includes Amazon affiliate links. My Review The Sugarcreek Surprise is a sweet story about a 25-year-old schoolteacher who lives with her grandparents. I…
Good morning! Just a few titles to add to my to-be-read files this week. Kind of an eclectic assortment, but that's okay. That's the kind of reader I am.