Twitterature / January 2014

A Twitter-inspired look at books I’ve been reading recently.  What’s on your bookshelf these days?

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Objects of My Affection / Jill Smolinski
Professional organizer meets eccentric artsy hoarder.  A quick, easy read with lots of heart.  I typically love novels set in Chicago; this didn’t disappoint.

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He’s Gone / Deb Caletti
A dark & twisty tale about a husband who goes missing & the woman he leaves behind. Mysterious, mesmerizing, & beautifully woven together.

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Jesus Feminist / Sarah Bessey
Bessey’s words resonate deeply with a strong “Amen!”  An encouraging little yellow book; I boss all my friends around to get them to read it.

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Calling of Emily Evans / Jeanette Oke
Familiar, friendly & part of the Jesus Feminist family. Emily Evans’ fictional life honors women of valor who paved the way for my generation.

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I’m linking up with Anne Bogel for her Twitterature series. Hop on over to Modern Mrs. Darcy for more.

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13 thoughts on “Twitterature / January 2014

  1. Sarah

    I had scrolled down a bit too far, so I read the description “A dark & twisty tale about a husband who goes missing & the woman he leaves behind. Mysterious, mesmerizing, & beautifully woven together.” while seeing the picture for “Jesus Feminist”… I totally think this is a viable Mary Magdalene biopic!

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