Tag Archives: favorite books

A Few of My Favorite Books by Nancy J. Farrier

One of my favorite activities is reading. I love books in almost any genre: romance, suspense, thriller, young adult, fantasy – and the list goes on. I keep track of what I’ve read every year. I decided to look back … Continue reading

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To Read or Not To Read by Kristen Heitzmann

The other night between 12:30 and 4:00 when sleep eluded me, I began a quest to winnow the titles on my Kindle. As Camy Tang said in a previous post, collecting a long list of books to read is easier … Continue reading

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Sharing Our Stories by Lynette Sowell

We made a very important and momentous trip a little more than one week ago. No fanfare and media frenzy, unlike what happened outside a London hospital not long before. Just a simple trip, three ladies in a bright-red extended-cab … Continue reading

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Read, read, and listen

I’m going to tag along with Elizabeth’s post, because her venture homeschooling and reading with her children reminded me of when my two were very young. Some of the best memories I have of my children growing up involve our … Continue reading

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Older Life-Changing Books by Julie Arduini

It’s been a peculiar reading year for me. Although I’ve enjoyed reviewing new releases on my website, my life-changing reads this year aren’t from 2012. Not even close. Of course the Bible is a daily read and a life-changer, but … Continue reading

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Which Book Would You Take To The Island?

Do you like conversation games? One of my favorites–especially when getting to know new friends–is to ask this question: If you were going to be on a desert island for one year what CD, DVD, and book would you take … Continue reading

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Camy Tang here! So I’m curious, what books are “re-reads” for you? And what exactly defines a re-read book for you? I might be in the minority, but there are very few re-reads on my bookshelf. Persuasion, Pride and Prejudice, … Continue reading

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