Happy Fall! Here’s what I’ve been reading.
- The Fringe Hours, by Jessica Turner: I’ve been meaning to read this for awhile and picked it up when I saw it on the library’s “new” shelf. While I don’t think I learned anything new about time management, it was a great encouragement to prioritize my passions over unnecessary activities.
- Just Mercy, by Bryan Stevenson: I heard a blogger call this “the best book of 2015” over the summer. After reading it, I certainly agree that it’s an important read. Stevenson is a lawyer and founder of Equal Justice Initiative. He tackles various issues of injustice within our justice system. As I was reading, I was ashamed that so much racism still exists in parts of our country. I would call this a “must-read.”
- The Husband’s Secret, by Liane Moriarty: Another quick fiction binge-read. I enjoyed it, although just a few weeks later, I cannot recall what “the husband’s secret” was!
- It’s Good to Be Queen, by Liz Curtis Higgs: I did a full review of this book here. Enter the giveaway that closes tonight!
- Finding God at the Kitchen Sink, by Maggie Paulus: With very short chapters, this book was definitely written for busy moms! Though a short book, it’s full of gospel encouragement.
- Staying is the New Going, by Alan Briggs: I really enjoyed this book and did a full review here.
- For the Love, by Jen Hatmaker: I had been waiting on this book for months! I identified with much of what Jen wrote about our culture. Be prepared to laugh!
This post contains Amazon Affiliate links.