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message 1: by [deleted user] (new)

Hey Everyone,

Just wondering what everyone is reading?

I'm reading "Trouble Up Finny's Nose" by Dana Mentink.

~flowerlillies~


message 2: by Tiffany (new)

Tiffany | 2 comments Hi, I'm new but I love, Love Inspired fiction. I'm currently reading "Crossroads" by Irene Hannon & one of my fave's is: "The Heart's Forgiveness" by Merrillee Whren


message 4: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer (jennyamhstyedu) | 5 comments Lynn,
What did you think of "Bound With Love"? I have it, too, and I really enjoyed it. I love looking at Christianbook.com's catalogs. I always have to look at the new novella's!


message 5: by Lyn (new)

Lyn (lyncote) | 30 comments Hi Kate,
I'm so glad you enjoy Love Inspired novels. I enjoy writing them.
I just turned in my last in a series, but it won't be out till Dec 2010!
I do have a Love Inspired Classic that is out this Sept and a Love Inspired Historical out this Dec. Just saw the covers and love them.
And I am an escapist reader too.
Life is heavy.


message 6: by Lyn (new)

Lyn (lyncote) | 30 comments You can't go wrong with Lenora Worth, Marta Perry, Gail Martin and Margaret Daley.

And there are so many new LI authors that I haven't read them all.

Can't keep up my reading when I'm writing!
Lyn


message 7: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer (texasaggieteacher) | 101 comments I agree with Lyn, Kate. You will like them. Love Lenora Worth and Margaret Daley!


message 8: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer (texasaggieteacher) | 101 comments Of course I've read several of Lyn's books too. Can't put those down either. I read fast, but get so absorbed when I read I feel like I'm in the book!


message 9: by Jennifer (last edited Jul 22, 2009 05:52PM) (new)

Jennifer (texasaggieteacher) | 101 comments Margaret Daley has a series called Foster in Love...I believe. Those are good. It focuses on foster kids and you kinda follow characters from the previous books. And her Ladies of Sweetwater is good as well. She had a Foster in Love one out this month. Lenora Worth's Garden Series and Texas Heart series are both good too.


message 10: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer (texasaggieteacher) | 101 comments Hahaha. They weren't THAT sad! You are hilarious. glad you found something though. You can't knock em till you try them!


message 11: by Lyn (new)

Lyn (lyncote) | 30 comments I would suggest my LI Classic coming out in Sept. Not sad, but heart-warming. IMHO!

And I've read Marta's Leah's Choice to give her an endorsement. I don't like Amish stories usually. But it was so well done that I was happy to give it a good quote.
Time to shut down for the evening!


message 12: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer (texasaggieteacher) | 101 comments Yeah, i figured that when you said none of the author's appealed to you. I have those times too. Happily Ever Afters are easier to escape in than ones that have deeper issues in them.


message 13: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer (texasaggieteacher) | 101 comments LOL....so didn't think you were depressed! :D Totally understood what you were saying.


message 14: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer (texasaggieteacher) | 101 comments Well, we know you will like Cathy Marie Hake, Yvonne Lehman is good...and she's funny. Linda Ford is good too. Don't know about the others.


message 15: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer (texasaggieteacher) | 101 comments I may have read them, just don't remember the titles or authors. I'm sure i have with as much as i read. LOL


message 16: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer (texasaggieteacher) | 101 comments Hehehe....you go girl! And that's a good series. I've read it before. I think you will like it.


message 17: by Kristy (new)

Kristy (riverunbroken) | 71 comments Hi all,
Thought I would get back involved in this discussion since I started it with my old goodreads account. I am reading Jessie by Lori Wick. I am almost finished with it. I'm also reading Plain Perfect by Beth Wiseman on my kindle.


message 18: by Ausjenny (new)

Ausjenny | 76 comments Im reading made to order family Made to Order Family by Ruth Logan Herne


message 19: by Bonnie (new)

Bonnie Blythe | 14 comments I'm reading Winter's Awakening by Shelley Shepard Gray. I'm a sucker for love triangles!


message 20: by Kristy (last edited Feb 26, 2011 04:52PM) (new)

Kristy (riverunbroken) | 71 comments I finished Jessie by Lori Wick and am half way through Plain Perfect by Beth Wiseman.


message 21: by Ausjenny (new)

Ausjenny | 76 comments I have read those two books. this book is like a sequel to Waiting our the Storm.


message 22: by Kristy (new)

Kristy (riverunbroken) | 71 comments I am finished with Jessie and now I'm reading three books. Plain Perfect by Beth Wiseman, House of Secrets by Ramona Richards (LI Suspense), and A Time to Laugh by Kelly Eileen Hake (HSP)


message 23: by Rachel (new)

Rachel Brand (pixieauthoress) I've just finished Wrangler in Petticoats by Mary Connealy and I'm about to start a book for one of my many book groups, The Summer Book by Tove Jansson.


message 24: by Kristy (new)

Kristy (riverunbroken) | 71 comments I finished House of Secrets and Plain Perfect long time ago. I am reading Dakota Child by Linda Ford. I also finished reading And Baby Makes Five by Debra Clopton.


message 25: by Rachel (new)

Rachel Brand (pixieauthoress) Just started Mine Is the Night: A Novel by Liz Curtis Higgs and loving it!


message 26: by Kristy (new)

Kristy (riverunbroken) | 71 comments I finished reading Dakota Child by Linda Ford.


message 27: by Hannah (new)

Hannah (hannah-banana) | 1 comments I am just starting The Apothecary's Daughter. Supposedly very good, though not her best book. I LOVED The Lightkeeper's Daughter, which I just finished and this was recommended to me. So I'll give it a shot :)


message 28: by Rachel (new)

Rachel Brand (pixieauthoress) I got The Apothecary's Daughter free on Kindle a while back, looking forward to hearing what you think of it, Hannah!


message 29: by Lena (new)

Lena Dooley (lenanelsondooley) | 21 comments I read the Apothecary's Daughter on my Kindle. It was the first free book I downloaded and read. I loved it. I will be reading more of her books.

I am in the middle of reading An Ocean Away by Lisa Harris. A very interesting and intriguing book set in Northern Rhodesia and New York in 1920.


message 30: by Lena (new)

Lena Dooley (lenanelsondooley) | 21 comments I got the date wrong in my last post. An Ocean Away is in 1921, not 1920, and it is awesome.


message 31: by Kristy (new)

Kristy (riverunbroken) | 71 comments I am reading Secrets of Harmony Grove after taking a break from it. I will probably rate it a 2 or 3 at this point. Probably a 3.


message 32: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer (texasaggieteacher) | 101 comments Rachel wrote: "I got The Apothecary's Daughter free on Kindle a while back, looking forward to hearing what you think of it, Hannah!"

It's good. I am reading her The Girl in the Gatehouse. I love her books


message 33: by Abbie (new)

Abbie (weatherlover1) | 235 comments Mod
I am reading The Red Siren by M.L. Tyndall. She is one of my favorite authors. I have been looking forward to reading this one for a while.


message 34: by Rachel (new)

Rachel Brand (pixieauthoress) Lena Nelson wrote: "I got the date wrong in my last post. An Ocean Away is in 1921, not 1920, and it is awesome."

Looks like a great book! Not your typical historical novel.


message 35: by amy (new)

amy (aimymichelle) Take Four (Above the Line #4) by Karen Kingsbury

i just finished this book and wrote a review here:

http://www.examiner.com/christian-lit...


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