I know I’m grateful for stories that can whisk me away, immerse me in another time period, or help me see the world in a way I wouldn’t have before. This month I have two recommendations for you of stories that showcase family relationships, love, forgiveness, and finding the strength to overcome life’s obstacles.
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I’m so excited that fall is here! It’s the perfect weather to get cozy with a new book and your favorite soft blanket. This month, I have two recommendations for you of books you will not be able to put down once you start reading.
I can hardly believe that summer vacation is over, kids are back in school, and fall is nearly upon us. I’m looking forward to cooler temperatures and the crunch of leaves under my feet, as well as all the books that are set to be released! This month I have two books I’d like to recommend.
During a recent and prolonged discussion with someone undergoing a faith crisis—prolonged because she brought up reasons for disbelief while I countered with reasons for belief,—I had a moment of clarity: We were not talking about the same thing.
It’s hard to believe the end of summer is just around the corner. This month I have three books you’ll want to put on your end-of-summer reading list.
Some romances are filled with fireworks that light up the sky and others are more of a sparkler that gives off light and warmth, but still leads to something beautiful. For July’s Book Chat with Julie, we have a little of both!