It’s summer and that means you’re probably looking for a couple of good fiction books to read. If that’s the case, then I recommend picking up The Awakening and the recently released sequel The Reunion. I should probably tell you that my uncle wrote these books, but I’m not just recommending them because it’s my uncle.
The Awakening is a sci-fi thriller about an young man name Art who finds himself at the center of a bioengineering controversy. As he begins to look into his past; he discovers much more than he ever bargained for. I’m excited to read The Reunion when the Kindle version is released on July 1st. The best part is that The Awakening is super cheap right now and you can read it for free with Kindle Unlimited or through the Prime Lending Library.
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This week I want to share with you a couple of books that I’m looking forward to reading and I think are definitely worth checking out.
The first book is Brimstone: The Art and Act of Holy Nonjudgment by Hugh Halter. I’ve read a couple of Hugh Halter’s books and believe that there is a lot of wisdom in what he has to say. Looking at the description of this book, I believe that this is a well timed book that we need to take to heart. The world is a crazy place, and I believe we need a little more love and a little less judgment from the church. Continue reading
I want to be more intentional about sharing with you what I’ve been reading, both in print and online. That being said, here are some books, blogs and bargains.
Recently I watched The Giver. This lead me to reread The Giver and subsequently to discover that there are in fact three more books that follow The Giver. If you haven’t already, I would recommend reading these books. I know that they considered kids books, but there’s a lot packed into these fairly short books. They offer up some interesting commentary on society when you compare the stories to the in which world we live. They’re quick reads, but I bet that you won’t be disappointed. Continue reading