Book Talk Tuesday

Looking for an own voices book? Americanah will open your eyes to a different American experience. Even better, listen to it from a skilled narrator. #ownvoices #marginalizedvoices #multicultural #nigeria #immigrant #christian

The One Own Voices Book You Need to Listen to (Not Read)

Looking for an own voices book? Americanah will open your eyes to a different American experience. Even better, listen to it from a skilled narrator. #ownvoices #marginalizedvoices #multicultural #nigeria #immigrant #christian

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Get carried away with these inspirational historical romance titles from some of today's most talented authors! You'll laugh, cry, and marvel. Don't miss out! #amreading #bookreview #NetGalley #newreleases #inspiraitonal #historical #romance

Historical Romance for Your Summer Book Bag

Get carried away with these inspirational historical romance titles from some of today’s most talented authors! You’ll laugh, cry, and marvel. Don’t miss out! #amreading #bookreview #NetGalley #newreleases #inspiraitonal #historical #romance

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Maybe God cares less about the run-of-the-mill sinners and more about Christians who ignore social justice. If we want to fulfill Christ's mandate to love, we need to get to know the poor, the helpless, and the oppressed. #socialjustice #marginalized #christian #amreading

If You’re a Christian, You Need to Read These Eleven Books

Maybe God cares less about the run-of-the-mill sinners and more about Christians who ignore social justice. If we want to fulfill Christ’s mandate to love, we need to get to know the poor, the helpless, and the oppressed. #socialjustice #marginalized #christian #amreading

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Check out these two new general fiction books that will inspire you and make you laugh (and think). #amreading #bookreview #contemporaryfiction #inspire

General Fiction to Inspire You

An Unorthodox Match By Naomi Ragen, St. Martin’s Press, September 24, 2019, 336 pages Leah Howard, known as Lola to her mother and anyone else who knew her before she decided to adopt an orthodox Jewish lifestyle, just wants to fit in. And for Leah, fitting in means finding an orthodox husband. Rabbi Weintraub breaks the news to her gently, his women’s studies program caters to a younger set. At 34, Leah, with her secular background (even though her mother…

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Sometimes, we make Christianity more complicated than we need to. We create God in our image and his desires in the image of our preferences. Rusty George's new book shares a simple path to following Jesus that all of us need to know. #mercy #justice #socialjustice #followingjesus #christianity

Looking for a Simple Path to Following Jesus?

Sometimes, we make Christianity more complicated than we need to. We create God in our image and his desires in the image of our preferences. Rusty George’s new book shares a simple path to following Jesus that all of us need to know. #mercy #justice #socialjustice #followingjesus #christianity

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The Importance of Being Battle Ready

Are You Battle Ready? When Kelly Balarie, author of Fear Fighting, invited me to participate on the launch team of her latest book, Battle Ready: Train Your Mind to Conquer Challenges, Defeat Doubt, and Live Victoriously I wondered if a pacifist like me needed a book about battle preparedness. Then I really read the subtitle: Train Your Mind to Conquer Challenges, Defeat Doubt, and Live Victoriously. Who wouldn’t want to know how to do those things? Balarie walks the reader…

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A Place to Land: A Story of Longing and Belonging

Note: Clicking on the picture of the book will take you to Amazon. I am an Amazon affiliate. NetGalley sends me advanced digital copies of these books in exchange for my honest opinion on their website. I only feature books that I really love on my blog. Meeting a Memoir Author We all long for belonging. When we read memoirs, intimate, personal stories that manage to feel universal, we often end up wishing to meet the author. I’ve often wished…

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