One of my favorite things about being an author is meeting other authors and reading their books! Last year I had the opportunity to read and review some great books. All five of the books listed are written by very talented authors with hearts for the Lord. My list includes both fiction and non-fiction so take a look and see if there’s something you might want to add to your reading list for 2014. Enjoy!
Out from the Shadows Devotional
by Pam Thorson
Nurse and veteran caregiver Pam Thorson offers weary families hope and insights gained from her own struggles. Out from the Shadows is a collection of thirty-one stories that pull back the veil on the unique joys and challenges of caregiving. Each devotion draws from the author’s own experiences to reveal a fresh understanding of Jesus’ call upon our lives as we care for others.
Check out a guest blog from Pam Thorson here.
Searching for Sanity Devotional
by Lindsey Bell
Searching for Sanity offers moms an opportunity to take a breath, dig into the Word, and learn from parents of the past. In short devotions designed for busy moms, this book explores the parents of the Bible both the good and the bad…
Check out my review of Searching for Sanity here.
Believing Out Loud Devotional
by Kimberly Wright
Fear and low self-worth can prevent people from answering God's call on their lives. But courage and dignity are found at the cross. When people accept God's invitation for an adventure, they will have great stories to tell. And who doesn't love a great story?
Check out a guest blog by Kimberly here.
God’s Daughter Fiction
by Heather Day Gilbert
One Viking woman. One God. One legendary journey to North America. In the tenth century, when pagan holy women rule the Viking lands, Gudrid turns her back on her training as a seeress to embrace Christianity. Clinging to her faith, she joins her husband, Finn, on a voyage to North America…
Check out my interview with Heather here.
Wrong Place, Right Time Fiction / Clean Romance
by Brooke Williams
As the bumbling town TV traffic reporter, Kate Covington is a constant source of entertainment, but Kate sticks with her dead end job because of her love for news anchor Brian Schaffer. When Brian spontaneously runs off to marry his high school sweetheart, Kate panics and quickly follows. She finds herself in a Las Vegas wedding chapel, desperate to tell her best friend how she feels before he makes a huge mistake…
Check out my review of Wrong Place, Right Time here.
Thank you for checking out some great books that I read and reviewed in 2014! I’m hoping to read even more this year so stay tuned.