Well, this was supposed to be posted yesterday, but the best plans of mice and men and all that…
Anyway, I thought I’d give you all a quick preview of some of the books I’ll (hopefully) be sharing with you in the next weeks. So here (not in any special order) goes:
And now, a little nugget about each book…
The Resurrection by Mike Duran: I bought this book while I was at Realm Makers last summer. I was blessed to chat with the author and have him sign my copy, and he mentioned that this was one of his favorite books he’d written. That sounds like a great recommendation to me!
A Reluctant Assassin by J.C. Morrows: I’ve had this book and its prequel short story (“A Perilous Assignment”) for more than a year now, but have been so busy, they keep getting pushed to the bottom of my “To-Read” pile. But the tagline is so intriguing, I can’t wait any longer—“What if Cinderella was sent to kill the prince?”
When Christ Appears by David Jeremiah: The subtitle of this nonfiction book kind of explains what it’s all about—“An Inspirational Experience through Revelation.” I so enjoy learning from Dr. Jeremiah and am excited to see what this step-by-step through the book of Revelation study will reveal to me.
Reclaiming Shilo Snow by Mary Weber: This is book two in Mary Weber’s Sofi Snow series. She left me hanging at the end of The Evaporation of Sofi Snow, so I’m very much looking forward to finding out what happens next!
The City of Endless Night by Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child: I am a huge Preston & Child fan! I’ve read every book they’ve co-written and many of their individually written books. Agent Pendergast is one of my all-time favorite characters, so I am beyond excited to read this latest installment.
The Man He Never Was by James Rubart: A modern re-imagining of Jekyll and Hyde… Written by James Rubart… Need I say more??
The Darby Shaw Chronicles (Books 1-3) by Liberty Speidel: Thanks to my sweet bestie who got me these books for Christmas (You’re awesome, Sherry!!), I have just started to enjoy the exploits of Darby Shaw—a cop in a future version of Kansas City who discovers she is superhuman.
An eclectic group to be sure, but maybe a little something for everyone. If all goes as planned (which has not been happening often in my life lately…), I’ll be sharing all about these books and more in the next weeks. Till then, happy reading! 🙂