Though there are still a good many days left in April, it’s the fourth Tuesday, and thus time to talk about what we’re reading.
Since last time I have completed:
Spiritual Mothering: The Titus 2 Design for Women Mentoring Women by Susan Hunt, reviewed here. Excellent study of how to apply the Titus 2 instructions for women.
Middlemarch by George Eliot, reviewed here. Long, a little slow in places, but ultimately very good.
Snapshot by Lis Wiehl, reviewed here. Based on a real photo, but not a real situation, a man arrested for killing someone at a civil rights march has reached out for help in finding the real killer, and one clue is to find the other girl in the photo, who may have seen the incident. Good historical fiction.
If the Shoe Fits: A Contemporary Fairy Tale by Sandra D. Bricker. Just finished this yesterday – hope to review it soon.
A Place of Quiet Rest by Nancy Leigh DeMoss. Just finished this yesterday as well – review coming soon.
I’m currently reading:
When Others Shuddered: Eight Women Who Refused to Give Up by Jamie Janosz
Love of the Summerfields by Nancy Moser
Old Yeller by Fred Gipson. I had originally chosen The Maltese Falcon by Dashiell Hammett for the Back to the Classics challenge category of a classic either about an animal or with an animal in the title, but there was too much bad language. So I laid it aside and chose Old Yeller instead, and am loving it. Plus it was nice to have a much shorter classic after the lengthy MIddlemarch.
I’m carrying these all over from last time since I haven’t gotten to any of them yet..
The Portrait of Emily Price by Katherine Reay
Waiting for Peter by Elizabeth Musser.
Fierce Convictions: The Extraordinary Life of Hannah More by Karen Swallow Prior and Eric Metaxas
Eight Women of Faith by Michael A. G. Haykin
That wraps it up for this edition of Nightstand. Are you reading anything interesting?