03-01-2011 01:48 PM
ok, thanks everbody!
These, and this foundation, may be of interest:
They each include excerpts from classics across the ages.
03-03-2011 10:08 AM
This book sounds great. I don't think it comes out until later this month.
By the way, this link connects also connects you to The Vessel Project which is a great source of Christian book sources. I connected to them on Facebook and I get regular updates. I think you can also get emails.
New books and free books are offered regularly. They are associated with all the Christian publishers so the info is in one place for you.
03-03-2011 09:08 PM
When I logged onto this sight I was going to suggest both the author's you did! Karen Kingsbury is one of my favorite Christian author's. Here are a few of Kingsbury series to get you started. In this series there are a set of three different set's. The set's are called " The Baxter Family Drama". They go in this order, the first five books are the ( Redemption Series ), then you have the next five ( Firstborn ),. Then the last of them is four called the ( Sunrise ). I found out the hard way that if you read them by themselves as a series that's fine, but you start another one you will discover that the characters are at different points in their lives and you may have already discovered what happened in the other books. She also as another series of four called ( Above the Line ), and three ( Forever Faithful). These two have nothing to do with each other. If you are just looking for a good book and not ready for a series my favorite was ( Oceans Apart )! From the first page I was hooked I stayed up until I read the last page.
Tracy Patterson is also a good author but at this time I can't think of any of her books!! Hope this was a help.
Although it's a good conversation piece when out in public!!
03-07-2011 04:31 PM
I am particularly fond of Beverly Lewis and her novels. She currently has several series published, which are set in Amish country. The characters are well-developed and endearing, and the message which Lewis communicates in each series is a positive, uplifting one. If you're looking for something clean and uplifting, with a Christian message, give her books a try.
03-18-2011 09:57 AM
I have a site that post Christian book reviews. There are tons of wonderful Christian books available - much more that when I was growing up. Several of the publishers offer promotional copies of great books. I post these on Tuesday at The Vessel Project. These are books to download to your ereader and links are listed for Kindle, Nook, and Sony. If you don't have an ereader, you can still download them to your PC, iPod, or phone.
Here is a link to my site: The Vessel Project
Hope this helps you find some great Christian books to read.
03-19-2011 12:16 AM
I humbly offer up my books here at B&N:
The Job: Based on a True Story (I Mean, This is Bound to have Happened Somewhere), a humorous update of a familiar story, tackling the issue of suffering and perseverence.
Feallengod: The Conflict in the Heavenlies, an allegory of the spiritual story of mankind. Literary fiction.
Wars of the Aoten, an action-adventure quest story.
If anyone would be interested in doing a review of these books, I can work out getting you a free copy.
03-19-2011 10:47 PM