Here is what I’ve finished since last time:
When You Come Home: The True Love Story Of A Soldier’s Heroism, His Wife’s Sacrifice and the Resilience of America’s Greatest Generation by Nancy Pitts, not reviewed. This story had been featured in Tom Brokaw’s Greatest Generation, and this is the full story.
Audiobooks of C. S. Lewis’s Space Trilogy: Out of the Silent Plant, Perelandra, and just finished That Hideous Strength yesterday afternoon. I’m planning to review them all together — unless that ends up being too long a post.
I had finished A Wrinkle in Time last time but hadn’t reviewed it yet: that review is here if anyone is interested. I’d appreciate the input of anyone who has read more of her than I have: I’m still not quite sure what to think of her.
I’m currently reading:
Unless It Moves the Human Heart: The Craft and Art of Writing by Roger Rosenblatt (ought to move this one to TBR since I haven’t progressed much past the first few pages)
Thriving at College: Make Great Friends, Keep Your Faith, and Get Ready for the Real World! by Alex Chediak. Almost done! This one has been on here a while.
Wildflowers of Terezin by Robert Elmer
The Christian Imagination by Leland Ryken
The Last Superhero by Stephen Altrogge. I’ve never read anything by Altrogge, but it was free for the Kindle app, so a good time to try it, yes?