Ever since the reading of North and South, Elizabeth Gaskell has never failed to disappoint me. Personally, I don’t know if any of her other works could top North and South but each one certainly reaches my “Top Books of the Year” annual reading list. Ruth is by far no exception. Read more
If we had a theme for this past year, I’d say it was finding joy in the midst of trials. We learned about fighting the wars within ourselves and coming out the victor instead of the victim. Ironically, the books might not have even been about that topic, but they lead into such discussions. From there, we always came back feeling rejuvenated and hopeful. Take a look through these books and maybe you’ll come back feeling the same way.
The only books that are not shown is The Christmas Cat by Melody Carlson because I borrowed that one and The Wishing Jar by Penelope J. Stokes because it is being borrowed.
If you haven’t noticed, my last posts have been somewhat sporadic. And why has that been? Could one use “summer” as an excuse? Once again, I thank you for your patience. Now, would you like to see what’s kept me busy? Read more
Congratulate us my minions! After gleaning every last bit of wisdom from our WW2 novels, we bookclubers broke out of our mold and read something different. *applause* Read more
You’ll be busting to the seems with it after reading Saul to Paul. Read more
Through wet, cold, heat, or sunshine, you cannot keep us away from the racetrack! No, our main purpose is not to see the races (though it’s a huge bonus) but to show Jesus’ love to the race fans. Read more