What's On My Shelf (January 2022)


Time for a highlight reel to begin the new year to help you discover some new reading material!! I hope you'll find something of interest!


What have you enjoyed reading lately?


Christian Fiction

The Mobster's Daughter by Rachel Scott McDaniel

This was a fun historical fiction read about a the daughter of a mobster (naturally). And the rest of the story isn't as simple as you might think! 5 stars.


All Through the Night by Tara Johnson

Cadence's dream is to become a nurse, but during the civil war it wasn't that easy. She uses her vocal talents to encourage the wounded around her, eventually finding herself right where she wanted to be. Inspired by the life of Elida Rumsey, you'll enjoy this historical novel! 5 stars.

Classics

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

I've not read many classics since my AP English class, and this was my first reading Jane Eyre...although I don't know why! I really enjoyed it and felt sorry for not having read it sooner. Jane is an orphan and becomes a woman looking to find her way in the world

Christian Living

Read This First: A Simple Guide to Getting the Most From the Bible by Gary Millar

If you're thinking about reading the Bible this year, this book is for you! There's practical tips to help you learn and understand more from the passages you are reading. Find my review here. 5 stars!

I Forgive You: Finding Peace and Moving Forward When Life Really Hurts by Wendy Alsup

We've all been there, stuck from a hurt relationship. Find encouragement to take a deeper look at forgiveness and reconciliation on a personal level. Check out my review here. 5 stars!

The Knowledge of the Holy by AW Tozer

Growing in our knowledge of God's character is a humbling-much needed-endeavour. This journey through the attributes of God was inspiring, and his prayers to begin the chapter always seemed to hit a mark. 5 stars.


Devotional

Deep Simplicity: Meditations on Abiding in Christ by Emily Darnell

Have you wondered what it means to abide? Do you want to go deeper in your relationship with God? Pick up this book to sink into scripture! My review is here. 4 stars.


Commentary

The Joy of Hearing: A Theology of the Book of Revelation by Thomas Schreiner

This was a wonderful journey into the themes in the book of Revelation. My review is here. 5 stars.

 

*Find previous highlight reels from Oct 2021, Nov 2021, or my Top Books from 2021



85 views