Yesterday, I focused on describing the books of poetry nd books related to poetry or poets that I’m not recommending this year. Today, it’s books on faith, novels and general non-ficiton.
Which I suppose suggests I read a lot of poetry and books about poetry.
Which is true.
Wounded Women of the Bible by Dena Dyer and Tina Samples.
The Adam Quest by Tim Stafford.
Love Idol by Jennifer Dukes-Lee.
Refuse to Drown by Tim Kreider with Shawn Smucker.
Finding Spiritual Whitespace by Bonnie Gray.
Atlas Girl by Emily Weirenga.
The Annie Project by Joanne Norton.
Mortal Blessings: A Sacramental Farewell by Angela Alaimo O’Donnell
Slow Church by Christopher Smith, John Pattison and Honathan Wilson-Hartgrove.
Playdates with God by Laura Boggess.
Identity Crisis by Michael Perkins.
The Sands of Ethryn by C.S. Lakin.
Remembering for Ruth by Sheila LaGrand.
The Lake District Murder by John Bude.
How Sweet the Sound by Amy Sorrels.
Murder Underground by Mavis Doriel Hay.
They Shall See God by Athol Dickson.
The Late Scholar by Jill Paton Walsh.
The Dark Clue by James Wilson.
A Cold and Broken Hallelujah by Tyler Dilts.
Stealing the Mystic Lamb by Noah Charney.
Queen Elizabeth in the Garden by Trea Martyn.
Monet by Carla Rachman.
The Yellow House by Martin Gayford.
Becoming Dickens: The Invention of a Novelist by Robert Douglas-Fairhurst.
Fierce Convictions by Karen Swallow Prior.
Caring for Words in a Culture of Lies by Marilyn McEntyre.
On Being a Writer by Charity Craig and Ann Kroeker.
Photograph of a print of Charles Dickens at his writing desk by Karen Arnold via Public Domain Pictures. Used with permission.