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!
My star ratings are according to GoodReads definitions:
- Did not like it
- It was ok
- Liked it
- Really liked it
- It was amazing
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Shadows in the Mind’s Eye by Janyre Tromp
Intriguing story about a WWII vet returning home and learning to cope with PTSD. Review coming soon.
Dark Intercept by Andrews & Wilson
Book 1 of The Shepherds Series, a military thriller with a supernatural element.
Tier 1 by Cindy Gunderson
Well-written dystopian novel, but also unsettling. It’s Book 1 of the Tier Trilogy so perhaps the unresolved issues are wrapped up better by reading all 3 books.
I Must Betray You by Ruta Sepetys
Set in Romania as the Cold War was drawing to a close, this is a chilling story of how the Communist regime easily convinced citizens to betray one another.
Live Not By Lies by Rod Dreher
It’s scary to me how many lies we American people have bought into little by little, gradually sliding into “soft” totalitarianism. Definitely worth the read.
Missing Millie Benson by Julie K. Rubini
Juvenile biography of the original ghostwriter of the Nancy Drew books.
The Disaster-Ready Home by Creek Stewart
If you’ve ever thought of dabbling in prepping this will get you started. Some ideas are more practical than others.
One Little Lie by Colleen Coble
Book 1 of The Pelican Harbor trilogy about a small-town female sheriff.
Two Reasons to Run by Colleen Coble
Book 2 of The Pelican Harbor trilogy.
American Exit Strategy by Mark Goodwin
Book 1 of The Economic Collapse Chronicles.
I’m currently following a year-long Bible reading plan on the YouVersion app called Four Streams. It goes through the Old Testament once, the New Testament 4 times, Psalms twice, and Proverbs 3 times over the course of a year. These are the books I completed in March:
- I John
- II John
- III John
What have you been reading recently? Any recommendations?