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What are you reading? October 2017

What are you reading? October 2017

Anyone have suggestions for a good book?

I recently read Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate. It's not my usual genre, but I found it interesting. The story is fictional, but the circumstances are true. The gov't corruption is just appalling.

I'm currently reading The Twenty-One Balloons to my sons and a biography of Johnny Cash for my own leisure reading.

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If You Lived Here, I'd Know Your Name
By Heather Lende àaa
Quirky funny stories of small town Haines, AK

In a Far Country
By John Taliaferro
True Story of missionaries to Alaska in early 1900s.

Totally coincidental that both are of Alaska. They were next to each other on the shelf at the library LOL

Also. Reader's Digest :)

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To numb my mind, I read, Robyn Carr.

This post was edited on Oct 18, 2017 11:57 AM

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"Distracted"

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The Elegant Universe - Brian Greene
Biophilia - E.O. Wilson (2nd time)
May God Give You Wisdom! - the letters of Fr. John Krestiankin
The Romanian Patericon, vol. 1 - Fr. Ioanichie Balan

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An Old Fashioned Girl by Louisa May Alcott
Bridge to the Sun by Gwen Terasaki

I'm taking a break from the second book to read the first because I was finding Bridge to the Sun a bit boring. I hope it gets more interesting when I pick it back up. The Alcott book is really good.

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Storm Warning by Billy Graham, gives much insight into world events of the '80s and '90s which are impacting world events today (this book really surprised me because of its relevance)

Hitler, God, & the Bible (this answers common beliefs that Hitler was a Christian -- meticulously researched)

You can lead an atheist to evidence, but you can't make him think: answers to questions from angry skeptics

The secrets of Nostradamus exposed : undisclosed mysteries of "the world's greatest prophet"
All three by Ray Comfort, and all very very interesting

I'm also planning to begin a Christian fiction series soon, just for fun. Will let you know what I think about it.

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A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

It's a fun read and I'm loving it.

Dh recently gave me a devotions. May start that soon.

Anne

P.s. great thread. Lots of ideas to choose from!

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