February has seemed like a much longer month than 28 days this year. But I’ve managed to get some reading and audiobook-listening in.
Since last time I have finished:
The Tenth Plague by Adam Blumer, reviewed here. Suspenseful Christian fiction about a warped man who uses the Biblical ten plagues of Egypt as a playbook to exact revenge, and the couple who is trying to find and stop him.
Let the Hurricane Roar by Rose Wilder Lane, reviewed here. Laura’s daughter wrote a fictionalized account of some of her grandparent’s experiences. This one and the next two were for the Laura Ingalls Wilder Reading Challenge which wraps up Thursday.
On the Banks of Plum Creek by Laura Ingalls Wilder, reviewed here. It covers the same events as Let the Hurricane Roar plus a few more: a grasshopper plague, blizzards, attending school for the first time, meeting Nellie Oleson.
These High Green Hills (audiobook) by Jan Karon, Book 3 of the Mitford series, not reviewed. There is a lot in this book: dealing with a case of child abuse, an unidentified burn victim, and the death of a long-time Mitford resident, as well as the continuing adventures of Father Tim and the rest of Mitford.
I also wrote about books I remember reading as a child and my reading history here.
I’m currently reading:
Out to Canaan by Jan Karon (audiobook), Book 4 of the Mitford series.
Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert by Rosaria Champagne Butterfield: a lesbian leftist professor who hates Christians….becomes one. Just started this one and can’t wait to dig in more.
Coming up next:
Introverts in the Church: Finding Our Place in an Extroverted Culture by Adam S. McHugh. I know it’s okay to be an introvert, but I struggle with whether I sometimes play the introvert card when I should be seeking God’s grace to extend myself. We all need to leave our comfort zones sometimes.
A New Song by Jan Karon.
A Maud Hart Lovelace book for Carrie’s Reading to Know Book Club for March. I’ve never read her: any suggestions?
I need to pick something from my multitude of Kindle app downloads! But I’ll decide that after I finish some of the above.
So what are you reading?
Update: I am linking this post up with
Booking Through Thursday, a weekly meme related to books. Today’s (2/28) question is “what are we reading,” which ties in nicely with this post. 🙂