Ok, it's been a couple of weeks since I posted my weekly reads. Just because I've been busy, not because I haven't been reading. Since I last posted on this, I did finish What Women Fear by Angie Smith. I can't say it enough - every woman should read this book. Fear is one of my greatest struggles, and this spoke to me so strongly! I know I'm not alone in this struggle though, so if you also struggle with fear, read this book!
I have since read:
The Elm Creek Quilters Series is one of my favorite book series ever. The books alternate between present day and historical fiction (my fave). I think this is the 18th in the series, and I have read them all. Even if you don't quilt, you will enjoy these books about friendship, learning, and the historical significance of quilting.
I have always loved Debbie Macomber's books. I was fortunate enough to meet her when she did a book signing in Habersham a few years ago. (crazy that she came to Habersham, I know) I really love her Blossom Street books that center around a knitting store and the people who frequent it, but her Cedar Cove books are also good. Her books are always clean, with a good message. This one was the same. A quick, easy read.
This book was really good. I have read several of Melody Carlson's other books, and this was one I couldn't put down. I didn't want to stop reading at night. It is Christian fiction, but not overly so. It takes place in Oregon, on the Siuslaw River. It is an interesting story of family and friendship and how they overlap and compensate for each other at times. I would highly recommend it.
On another note, I began Crossfit this week. I am so sore I hate to move. I am really trying to get fit, and I'm pretty sure this will do it if I don't keel over first. ;) I told my trainer yesterday as she was telling me I had good form and looked good that it wasn't that I couldn't do exercise, I would just rather lay on the couch and read all day! So pray that this will semi-cure me of that. I am actually excited about the program - if I can move enough to go back.
What have you been reading?