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I read a GREAT book today and now don’t have time to write up something for the morning post. Sorry! This has been a vacation week for my husband, but I expect to get back to regular scheduling Monday.
PS. Resubscribe! That’s the safest way for me to get compliant to the European law bloggers everywhere are stressing about. 🙂
I guess I should be honest and say that not all reading challenges have been all that great. Earlier this year I joined two secular ones and I’m starting to think that the modern novel is downright and methodically depressing. BUT . . .
I heard there is a one-day only sale on the Messenger Trilogy through CPH! Woo hoo! Get it here!
A friend tagged me on Facebook to post seven book covers with zero explanation. Cool! So here they are: seven random books, only using better pictures than I can take. 🙂
I’m happy to recount for you the many ways I think writing in general is good for our various callings. I think writing can literally improve vocational service on multiple levels. However, if anyone has any tips on how to keep from being short with others when one’s writing focus is hard to turn off but other vocational duties come to call . . . let me know. Sigh.
What doesn’t help is that I really want to finish reading a book, too!
Today I want to share an idea for a book: the cursed Jesus. I think it could be marvelous! Not only could it explore the terms for curse in Scripture, tracing out so much in the Old Testament that illustrates how Jesus took our curse(s) upon Himself upon the tree, but it could go face to face with Scripture often shied away from.
Today is the release day for The Messengers: Revealed! Woo hoo! This is the third and final book in The Messengers trilogy by Lisa M. Clark, CPH editor and author extraordinaire. It’s dystopian suitable for probably middle school on up.
Looking forward to reading it, Lisa!