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ANSWERS TO LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:


What's the best book you've read so far this summer?

The Harbinger by Jonathan Cahn. This was an excellent book that everyone in America should read! It's message is for us today.
--Sharon March (Madisonville, TN)

1st one I'm going to list is STILL LIFE WITH CROWS by Preston & Child, book #4 of the Pendergast series. I think it's obvious that either Douglas Preston or Lincoln Child (or both) has somewhat of an axe to grind with Christians. In book #4, there is an illustration as to why they feel that way, and it speaks wonders. And on top of that, these guys write some incredible mysteries. I've stuck with Preston & Child to understand them, and writers like them just a little better. Good mysteries and understanding, and something to add to my prayer list. The 2nd book I'm going to list is NOTHING TO HIDE by J. Mark Bertrand, book #3 of the Roland March series. I think Bertrand is one of the best of the best in the Christian industry, and he gives ANY reader the DESIRE to just maybe, give Christian fiction another go-round, especially if they were disappointed the first time around. DeKker can't even match this guy's style! He's that good! HAPPY READING TO ALL!!!
--Wolfe Moffat (Franklinvilley, NY)

Going Home by Karen Kingsbury.
--Linda (Sumrall, MO)

The Notebook. A book that gives me a good cry is always a favorite.
--Sheila True (Antioch, TN)

"Coming Home" by Karen Kingsbury. It is so real to life, the feelings she portrays of her family and how they deal with tragedy and death. How family comes together for each other and how their faith gets them through a most difficult time in their lives. Karen writes like it is the person reading the story is experiencing the the situation.
--Pat Hines (Monmouth, IL)

Fireflies in December by Jennifer Erin Valent ( also the sequels Catching Moondrops and Cottonwood Whispers) This is a book series that grips you and won't let go. I love a book that leaves you missing its characters. You can't read this series fast enough, and yet you don't want it to end either.
--Laura Farmer (Elizabethtown, KY)

"Lost and Found" by Ginny Yttrup is my favorite book this summer. I find myself thinking about the book, and how it has impacted my own search to know God more, long after I finished the final chapter. I have passed the book along to two friends and will be recommending it for our book club next winter. Not an easy read, but comes under the category of life-changing fiction.
--Sharon Moore (Eagan, MN)

My favorite book so far this Summer is "Betty and Friends" by Betty White. It was about Betty's work with zoos & saving endangered animals. There were some amazing photographs of animals. I loved it for both of these reasons.
--Kathy Vogel (Chittenango, NY)

Nothing to Hide by J. Mark Bertrand
--Rebecca Carter (British Columbia)

The Good Dream by Donna VanLiere is a story of a woman's love, sacrifice, and bravery to save a small, wounded boy in the South of the 1950s. Such a beautiful story!
--Rebecca Booth (Oxford, NC)

Re reading the Wicked Lovely series, as I haven't been able to buy any new books in quite a while.
--Bina Edwards


What's your favorite Karen Kingsbury novel?

All of them< she is my favorite author!
--Rebecca Booth

A Thousand Tomorrows - why? Because it is only one I've read
--Jane Squires

Since I am just now reading my 3rd book of hers, I'll go with Redemption.
--Bill McCurry

It's hard to choose but if I had to pick one it would probably be Remember. I loved this story because of the 9-11 theme, but more than that I loved the message... It's about remembering your first love, remembering your youth and the good things in life, remembering to care and to live in the moment rather than protect your heart from pain because you never know what tomorrow will bring, remembering God and the big picture, remembering that only God can heal our heart and love us the way we need to be loved.
--Michelle Sutton

It is tough to pick only one novel by Karen Kingsbury, I enjoy them all. "Unlocked" is one of my favorites and means a lot to me as I have taught several autistic children in my Sunday School class.
--Sharon Moore

A Time to Dance really resonated with me about what partnership in marriage.
--Rebecca Carter

Between Sundays-football book
--Dennis Malik

One Tuesday Morning.
--Mary Zander

My favorite is Moment of weakness because it was life changing.
--Heather Poindexter

I have not read any of your books but would love 2 win one so I can.
--Barbara Butler

I'M AFRAID I HAVE NOT READ ANY OF HER BOOKS, BUT I WOULD LIKE TO!
--Ronda Noel

A Time To Embrace was my favorite read as it was so true to real life, and I felt joy with the wonderful and good ending.
--Stephanie Bondlow

Longing
--Melissa Sawvell

Favorite would have to be ....Above the Line, Take Four...I love the Above the Line series...I think it is reflective of many families, including my own (It was sad to see the end of the series)
--Cheryl Schurmeier

I do not have a favorite yet as I have not read any of her books, but I would love to!
--Vicki Easley

Timeless Love Series
--Carol

Oceans Apart. I like several but this one stood out the most for me.
--Natalie Kozaczka

Remember Tuesday Morning it was a time in history.
--Philip Halter