This week is a freebie for the top ten bookish meme over at That Artsy Reader Girl, so I am going with the top books read in 2018 that I am thankful for.
1. Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus
This book challenged me on so many different levels, since I had never had to think outside the box with apologetics. I highly recommend this one for whatever walk of life you are on, since it was well done and incredibly readable.
2. Becoming MomStrong
We read this book in my women's study group and it was just what I needed, but didn't realize I did. Heidi is the perfect, encouraging mentor that reminds moms that they are doing an import job. I needed the encouragement.
3. An Hour Unspent
Love this series so much! There is a depth to the story that is just amazing.
4. A Defense of Honor
Another incredible historical fiction! I thought the premise was interesting, a home for illegitimate children during the Regency period. I can't wait for the next book to come out!
5. All Made Up
I'm not into reality tv series, but this story of a bachelor type show totally sucked me in!
6. Good News for Little Hearts series
This series has been excellent for sparking conversations with my children!
7. The Gift I can Give
I loved the precious message of this book for my children, since sometimes it is hard to remember to remind them of the gift they are. I love that this book helps me remind them of that truth.
8. Called to Protect
I love this Blue Bloods style family!
9. The Reckoning of Gossamer Pond
Be warned, Jaime's books are super creepy, but they are incredible! I love the moral issues and dual story lines.
10. Mind Games
Another super creepy story, but so fascinating, since the main character is a FBI profiler who has a serial killer come after her.
What books would be on your list?
I *still* need to read more by Kara Isaac!! Cannot wait to read more of her novels. Close to You is a stunner. :)ReplyDelete
I hope you get the chance to read them soon, since they have all been wonderful!Delete
Looks like you've had a great year of reading! :-) My TTTReplyDelete
I have indeed.;)Delete
I haven't read any of these but The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond sounds intriguing! Here is our Top Ten Tuesday.ReplyDelete
You should try her books, since they are amazing! I don't usually do creepy, but they are hard to put down.Delete
I really want to read Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus. It sounds like an amazing book!ReplyDelete
My TTT post!
I hope you get the chance, since it would have to be my #1 choice from this year.Delete
These look like interesting books! A little more than just your typical fiction you see here.ReplyDelete
What can I say, I like a variety.;)Delete