Charlie Peach’s Pumpkins, by Jenny Sanders, is a wonderful book with stories to be enjoyed by everybody. The stories are brilliant, giving us all lots of pleasure.
The First Cut, by Val Penny, is the first in the Jane Renwick series, a police thriller set in Scotland. Will one of Jane’s siblings turn out to have dealt with trauma in a terrible way?
Becoming Queen Bathsheba, by Amanda Bedzrah, is the story of David and Bathsheba. This beautiful novel keeps you turning pages, even when knowing the story.
Beneath the Tamarisk Tree, by Rob Seabrook, is a fictional take on the penitent thief on the cross. Did Jesus keep His promise?
The Prison Letters, by Matt McChlery, is the second Lent devotional I reviewed. This beautiful book is helpful and accessible.
4o Days with Labyrinths is a wonderful Lent devotional, using labyrinths to walk through Lent on paper.
Friend of God is Rachel’s moving story of her walk with God, not just in the special moments, but in the every day things as well.
Contemplating Christmas, by Abby Ball, is a beautiful devotional for Advent, to help you find Hope in the Dark. This is especially lovely for those struggling with the Advent season.