Books Read & Reviewed:
Although I’ve read two books this week, I’ve only found time to write the review for one (where does all the time go?) Made to Crave is really excellent though – I’ve just ordered myself the participant’s guide and plan to work through it over the next few months. I’ll write up my review of Karen Armstrong’s second volume of autobiography next week.
- Lysa TerKeurst – Made to Crave – 2011/009
It’s been a good week for book acquisitions – most of these come courtesy of BookMooch.
- Diane Setterfield – The Thirteenth Tale
- Kate Morton – The House at Riverton
- Joseph Conrad – Heart of Darkness
- Lynn Austin – Candle in the Darkness (Refiner’s Fire)
- Joseph C Aldrich – Life Style Evangelism
The Week Ahead:
Yesterday saw the commencement of ‘star’ week so I’m not feeling very well. And, of course, giving up caffeine for Lent has brought on a headache which will last a while longer. The good news is that this (and the snow!) give me the perfect excuse to snuggle up with William-cat and read to my heart’s content!
- Charles Foster – The Sacred Journey (Currently Reading)
- Amy Clipston – A Gift of Grace
- Leslie Ludy – Authentic Beauty
- Claire Connor with G P Taylor – The Promise
- Mike Aquilina – The Mass of the Early Christians
- Victoria Bylin – The Bounty Hunter’s Bride
- Tom Wright – Surprised by Hope
What are you reading this week?
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