I am an avid reader. I decided to list some books I have read lately with the biographical sketch found on the cover. I am not recommending these books because I enjoyed them, which I did, but only because the titles and the authors might not be familiar to you.
Magnolia Sky By Susan Crandall
The moment that Luke Boudreau had been dreading and anticipating for the last five months had come. In all that time, he’d debated long and hard about what he’d say, and yet had found no words to convey his regret. He came to Mississippi as a man, not a soldier. Still he felt as unprepared as if he’d come straight from the battlefield to speak to the mother of Calvin Abbott, the man who shouldn’t have died.
The fact that his best army buddy had a wife. . .
The Real Deal by Fern Michaels
With her bestseller mix of thrilling twists and characters to cheer for, Fern Michaels delves inside Washington, D.C.’s halls of power—and into the heart of an independent woman driven by passion and bound by duty.
Pretend You Don’t See Her by Mary Higgins Clark
What happens when a young woman, having merely been in the wrong place at the wrong time, is accidently caught up in a dangerous murder investigation?
What happens when she is placed under police protection, forced to give up her identity and move to another part of the country. . .
It’s More Than the Music by Bill Gaither
Life Lessons on Friends, Faith and What Matter Most.
When Bill Gaither assembled a group of all time great Christian singers to record a song for the Gaither Vocal Band’s 1991 album Homecoming, he knew that the occasion would be special. Soon, however, he realized that something extraordinary was happening. Moved by joy, these accomplished and devout musicians transcended the limits of rhythm and harmony to create more than the music—a pure, undiluted expression of their love for God and each other.
In IT’S MORE THAN MUSIC, gospel music’s most beloved artist and songwriter. . .
Winds of Change by Freda Douglas
Becca was on her way home from a graduation dance when she was involved in a horriific accident that left her wheelchair bound. This story is about her physical recovery, her ongoing physical therapy, her adjustment to a different lifestyle, and her faith and family life which always sustain her.
You’ll travel with her, and shed a few tears, . . .
[This book may be order from your local bookstore by #ISBN 978-160145-367-9.]
Something Beautiful by Gloria Gaither
What began fifty years ago, when two high school English teachers in a small Indiana farm community began writing songs to express their beliefs and experiences, has become a collection of standards that declare the faith and assurance of millions.
As Bill and Gloria Gaither’s voices have traveled across the world, their songs have traveled into people’s hearts and home. . . *************************
Happy reading, and remember. God loves you and so do I.
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