I was in the mood for some historical fiction so I decided to pick up Isaiah's Daughter by Mesu Andrews. This book is the first in the Prophets and Kings series. Andrews is a Christian historical fiction author. I've read a a few of her books in the past and enjoyed them but I wouldn't … Continue reading Book Review for “Isaiah’s Daughter” by Mesu Andrews
If you take part in the book blogging or Youtube communities, I'm sure you've seen the Midyear Book Freakout Tag going around. I'm not sure who created this tag but it's thirteen questions all about the books you've read throughout the first half of the year. I thought it would be fun to give my … Continue reading Midyear Book Freakout Tag!
Like Flames in the Night by Connilyn Cossette is book four in the Christian historical fiction series, Cities of Refuge. I have reviewed the first three books and I recommend reading those reviews before this one, starting with A Light on the Hill. I have truly loved this series but I did have a slight … Continue reading Book Review for “Like Flames in the Night” by Connilyn Cossette
Unless you've been living off the grid in a cabin, (if so, lucky you) you're probably aware of what is going on in the world right now. Many people are afraid and anxious because of COVID-19. I hope that you all are taking the self isolation recommendations seriously and only leaving the house when necessary. … Continue reading 13 Books to Read When the World is Falling Apart
For my last book review in December, I wanted to review the most Christmas-y book I own, The Nativity Story by Angela Hunt. I think the title is pretty self explanatory but just in case you're not familiar with Christian teachings, this book is about the first Christmas, the birth of Jesus. I am a … Continue reading Book Review for “The Nativity Story” by Angela Hunt