Hello. My name is Mary Moerbe, and I am not as on top of things as I should be. I have Lutheran novels I meant to read a year or two ago! So, wish me luck, because I hope this is the summer I start to catch up. 🙂 My twins are mostly potty-trained, I’m more or less making progress on my own writing projects . . . this may be the time!
Lutheran novels I hope to read and review this summer
- Curse of the Eraser series
- The Root of Esau
- The Messengers: Concealed
- Last Summer at Eden
- Of Rhetoric and Redemption in La Rioja
I would also love to read some Lars Walker and catch up on Ray Keating.
Blogwise, there are smaller things I plan to review, too, such as a kids book by CPH that I hope to review this week or next. There are some old out-of-print Lutheran novels I may try to get to, but, who am I kidding? It’s not like adult summer breaks are as at-ease as kids’. 🙂
Meanwhile I’m trying to plow through three different books at the same time, one of them being Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity. LOL
For your own summer reading, I’ll remind you of my list of Living Lutheran Authors and point back to my CPH Reads plan, too (although I forgot to mention the CPH book I’m currently reading: Will the Real Jesus Please Stand Up: 12 False Christs).
Happy writing, folks.