Monday, May 27, 2013

Summer Reading

Many people get to read during the summer months more so than the rest of the year. Since I'm a writer, book reviewer, and book club leader, I read A LOT. Many people ask me about what book they should read next. I have compiled a list of some summertime reading ideas. These are all books I have read and enjoyed. Go to the book link tabs if you see anything that interests you for a direct link to Amazon for purchase. These are in no particular order, simply the order I pulled them off my shelf. I read a lot of Christian fiction. If you know of any good books that I should read, please leave me the title and the author in the comments. I am always on the lookout for a good book!

Take advantage of the summer months and spend some of that time engrossed in a good book.


A Rift in Time – Michael Phillips
Hidden in Time – Michael Phillips
The Camera Never Lies – Elizabeth Goddard
Pieces of Silver – Maureen Lang
Back Home Again – Melody Carlson

My Heart Remembers – Kim Vogel Sawyer
Courting Miss Amsel – Kim Vogel Sawyer
The Lightkeeper’s Daughter – Colleen Coble
Fire Dancer – Colleen Coble

Distant Echoes – Colleen Coble
Alaska Twilight – Colleen Coble
Without a Trace - Colleen Coble
The Bunko Babes – Leah Starr Baker
A Warmth in Winter – Lori Copeland and Angela Hunt
Levi’s Will – W. Dale Cramer
Angel Song – Sheila Walsh and Kathryn Cushman
The Book of Hours – Davis Bunn
A Rush of Wings – Kristen Heitzmann
Twilight – Kristen Heitzmann
The Note – Angela Hunt
Katie Opens Her Heart – Jerry Eicher
Sisters Ink – Rebeca Seitz
Lady in the Mist – Laurie Alice Eakes
The Journey – Wanda E. Brunstetter
Like Dandelion Dust – Karen Kingsbury
Between Sundays – Karen Kingsbury
Oceans Apart – Karen Kingsbury
A Thousand Tomorrows - Karen Kingsbury
Just Beyond the Clouds - Karen Kingsbury

2 comments:

  1. OK - here goes:

    You mentioned A Rush of Wings, by Kristen Heitzmann. If you haven't read the sequel The Still of Night, then you need to. You will need to be sure to have a box of tissues with you! There is another book in that series, The Breath of Dawn - also very good. I've read pretty much everything by her as well. Her very first series weren't as good, but after that I like them all.

    Anything by Dee Henderson, although the O'Malley series and the Uncommon Heroes series (especially True Devotion) are my favorites.

    Anything by Susan May Warren (although the Daughters of Fortune series is harder to read because the tragedy is so heart wrenching and there's usually not just one)

    Tamera Alexander - I like pretty much anything by her.

    Linda Windsor - Along Came Jones & It Had to be You (humorous); Maire-#1, Riona-#2, & Deirdre-#3

    Carol Umberger - The Circle of Honor-#1, The Price of Freedom-#2, The Mark of Salvation-#3, & The Promise of Peace-#4

    You can see my ratings for these, and many others, on Goodreads.

    ~Patti Miller

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  2. Lots of good ideas that I haven't read yet! Thanks, Patti. I will definitely have to check some of these out.

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