Like most other bookworms, great books make their way onto my “things I’m thankful for” list every year. It’s hard to choose favorites, but I went ahead and picked five books I read in 2015 and am thankful for. I’ll have a complete list of books I’ve read and favourites from the year towards the end of December, but for now, here’s just a few that I’m thankful for:
- “The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest”, by Melanie Dickerson: This provided a delightful and fun fairy-tale feeling without being magicful.
- “The Tomb”, by Stephanie Landsem: Her Biblical Fiction always give me food for thought and touch me deeply!
- “The Fragrance of Geraniums” and “All Our Empty Places”, by Alicia Ruggieri: These books really ministered to me, especially in my own brokenness!
- “Not Abandoned”, by MacKenzie Morganthal: This book is a great credit to making Human-Trafficking awareness known. It is written so beautifully, and so gracefully. Definitely one of my favourites!
- “Better than Peanut Butter Icecream”, by Kristen Krueger: This was such a delightful book, and made me feel very happy right when I needed it!
I don’t know about you, but I’m looking forward to another great year of reading! Speaking of more reading, here’s one more thing to be grateful for. Books on sale! In honor of Thanksgiving and Black Friday, a group of independent Christian authors banded together to offer over seventy discounted books on Nov 27-30. There’s literally something for everyone.
Every single book listed on Indie Christian Books is on sale in one or more ways. Find discounted paperbacks, dozens of books offered with free shipping, $0.99 ebooks, package deals and more. Even if you have a budget of $0, new reading material awaits you.
Don’t know what to pick? The fearless Indie Christian Books team created a quiz that will generate a book list perfect for you! Check it out! You surely won’t want to miss this sale – especially if you love books even half as much as I do!! I’m so excited to be able to participate in promoting this fun sale! Enjoy :)
What awesome reads of 2015 are you grateful for? What books are you looking forward to reading in 2016?