Tuesday, April 18, 2017

The Book Pusher: April Mini Book Reviews

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THINGS LEFT UNSPOKEN Eva Marie Everson: Christian Women's Fiction

With a fabulous mystery wrapped in a mystery, Things Left Unspoken dives deep into Southern stories and history and what it means to grow from twisted roots, but become straight and true. A must read! You won't be sorry.


SAILING OUT OF DARKNESS Normandie Fischer:  Christian Women's Fiction with elements of Romance

Normadie Fischer is a wonderful writer. I love all the storylines--Sam, Teo, Jack, and India. (I would never have guessed the storyline for India and Jack!) She did a great job of portraying depression. Be sure to read BECALMED and all her Carolina Coast stories.


THE ART OF LOSING YOURSELF Katie Ganshert: Christian Women's Fiction

A stirring story of faith and what it takes to survive lifts The Art of Losing Yourself. How dry do your bones have to get when your hopes and dreams are denied before you ask for help? Carmen Hart and her half-sister Gracie Fisher are taken to their last step in this lovely story.


THEY ALMOST ALWAYS COME HOME Cynthia Ruchti: Christian Women's Fiction

They Almost Always Come Home is a stirring story of faith and what it takes to survive. Libby and Greg Holmes must journey through grief and marital estrangement to find their lives again.

Links: (You know I'll have some.)

Glennon Doyle Melton has two words for writers: Faith and Sweat. I like that.

Listen To Your Mother/Atlanta will be at 2:00 PM at the Act3 Theatre, in Sandy Springs, GA on April 29. Come one, come all!!! Psst: I'll be reading my essay "My Momma Had Words With Me." ;-)

And check this out! I'm the first cast member who was under the spotlight for the Atlanta Listen To Your Mother April 29.


Next Post: IWSG!

13 comments:

  1. OOO, all those books are new to me. Love finding new books, especially since I might have time to read again soon.

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    1. I won't try to order them for you, but I know you'll love the Ruchti and Fischer for sure. ;-)

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    2. And I do hope you have reading time again Soonest!

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  2. Thanks so much for mentioning They Almost Always Come Home!

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    1. You're welcome, Cynthia! I love all of your books.

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  3. How dear of you, Zan Marie, for your kind words about Sailing out of Darkness!

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    1. You know how I love your books, Normandie!

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  4. All new to me. Writing them down. Thanks!

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  5. You definitely were in a mood for a specific genre, eh? ;) I think I'll have to check out a few.

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    1. Sometimes it happens that way, Crystal. I promise they're all good reads!

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  6. Ooh, all of these are new to me. I'll try to keep the authors' names in mind when I go to the library book sale next week!

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