Category Archives: Great Weekend Reads!
If you don’t enjoy British humor, just click over to some other post now. Still with me? Goooood. We Have Lost the President is one of those books I would’ve bought for the title alone, just because it makes me … Continue reading
I ran across this book on Amazon. The cover design caught my eye, then I noticed the subtitle: “A Comedy of Errors.” Yep, gotta read this. Twin preschoolers. Their mom, working 16-hour days at the hospital. Their dad, recently unemployed. … Continue reading
I just finished reading Kellie Coates Gilbert’s What Matters Most. It’s a novel in her “Texas Gold” collection and I couldn’t wait to tell you about it. This Great Weekend Read features Leta Breckenridge, a smart, capable young woman living … Continue reading
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 an English class…” Waaaaait a minute… eight years ago … Continue reading
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
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