September Reads

Another month has gone by and a new list of books has been added to my “finished reading” list on Good Reads!   Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen (Finished September 14) This is a classic that I find myself returning to again and again. I don’t even care that it’s a cliché for a … Continue reading September Reads

August Reads

I am back to reading more than just novels in August. I am learning more about women and their role in culture, the Bible, and even in history. And I am learning some fascinating things. Women are amazing and powerful creatures that society needs to stop underestimating. We are capable of so much, even in … Continue reading August Reads

July Reads

Okay! So last month’s reads were more based on, “I need to chill. I need to not think about big things for a while.” So, where I’d normally have read something on mental health or spirituality, I decided to focus more on fiction. I’ve got several theology-centred books that I’m already working through for August … Continue reading July Reads

May Reads

Another month has gone by, and more books have been poured into my brain. There were several hits, several mehs. And I'm now 7 books closer to hitting my goal for the year. The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware (Finished May 3) This was an interesting throwback to the likes of Agatha Christie … Continue reading May Reads

“Shameless” Review

Last night, I finished the latest book written by Nadia Bolz-Weber, “Shameless”. This is the book I wish I could have read 4 years ago when I was beginning to question the teaching I’d received my entire life from the church in regards to sexuality, gender roles, and the marginalized (particularly the LGBTQ+ community). Nadia … Continue reading “Shameless” Review

Braving The Wilderness with Brené

I just finished this book mere moments ago. Wow. I feel like this is the book I should have read about 15 years ago. When I didn't understand the difference between fitting in and belonging. I didn't understand boundaries. I didn't even know who I was, really. This is the book I should have read … Continue reading Braving The Wilderness with Brené