Category Archives: Great Weekend Reads!

The Life We Bury, by Allen Eskens

You’d never know it was a nonstop suspense thriller, just from the first sentence on the back cover: “College student Joe Talbert is on deadline to complete a writing assignment for am English class…” Waaaaait a minute… eight years ago … Continue reading

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Safer Than a Known Way, by Pamela R Moore

I just noticed this on my bookshelf and remembered how enthralling I’d found Pamela Moore’s real-life story. Shyer than shy, she resisted surrendering to God’s will through her younger years. She feared having to do something truly terrifying, like serving … Continue reading

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The 7th Canon, by Robert Dugoni

Last week, I mentioned attending a [really beneficial] novel writing workshop by master storyteller Steven James. While I was there, I also had the privilege of hearing another instructor, NY Times bestselling author Robert Dugoni. Before the last session I … Continue reading

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The Rook, by Steven James

Dear Reader, In a number of earlier posts, called “Book Reviews,” I told you about books I’d read. But, as has recently come to my attention, I’m not a book critic. I never reviewed a book I didn’t like. Why … Continue reading

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“Flash” [the Donkey], by Rachel Anne Ridge

Time for another look at my bookshelf! This is a bonus post because I wanted to squeeze it in right now, while Flash is hot off the press. Also the book is a great weekend read! Ridge, Rachel Anne. Flash: … Continue reading

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Return to Exile, by Lynne Gentry

Gentry, Lynne. Return to Exile. Howard Books, 2015. The Carthage Chronicles, Book 2 From Amazon.com’s Book Description: How far would you go to save the one you love? Six years ago, impossible circumstances forced Dr. Lisbeth Hastings to leave behind … Continue reading

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