Ready to fall into some new and different reads this season? Summer is winding down and the fall season is upon us. Soon school will be in full swing, life will get even more crazy and it will feel like the gusty winds of fall will be blowing us everywhere in our daily routines. But then there will be those times when things slow down a little bit. That small snippet of the afternoon about an hour before the kids get out. Or that hour just before you go to bed. It’s time to settle down with a good book. You took some of your friends advice and picked up one or two of the books she was reading over the summer but it wasn’t quite what you were looking for. My friend, it’s time to fall into some new and different reads this season.
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For Such A Time As This by Candace A Jones-If you are a woman of God trying to figure out your purpose, trying to come to terms with your past and wondering if you have totally lost God’s plan for your life, this book is for you. Candace speaks boldly of her past, her journey to redemption and her hopes for the future. A very refreshing read.
Everlasting Life by Kristy Phillips-Are you walking through life feeling desperate and broken? Do you feel like you have done so many terrible things that God could never love you? Or that you could never return to him again? Everlasting Life will help you reconnect with the Lord and heal your soul.
Phenomenal Dad by Cruz Santana-If you are looking for some spot on parenting advice in the aftermath of a divorce, this is your guide. Full of eye opening revelations and practical advice, like getting past the sting of despair while staying in your kids lives, how to protect yourself in future court proceedings and different ways to connect with your children that take little to no effort no matter what your circumstances. Cruz Santana writes from experience, she is a divorced mother of seven while battling stage four lymphoma. Pick up this book and help the single man in your life become a phenomenal Dad. Or learn to become a phenomenal Dad yourself.
Fall Into Some New And Different Reads This Season.
Looking For More Different Reads?
Seasons Of Darkness-Belinda G. Buchanan-Ethan Harrington is forced to grow up quickly after his mother’s suicide. Living in the aftermath of his family’s ticking time bomb of an existence, he builds a wall around his heart. Now at sixteen he turns to the one thing he has seen his father find solace in again and again, bringing to the surface an inner demon that won’t let him go. Belinda weaves an intriguing tapestry of a relationship between father and son and the complexities that test their fragile union.
After All Is Said And Done-Belinda G. Buchanan-What if you found out the child you love more than anything wasn’t yours? After All Is Said And Done is the continuation of Ethan Harrington’s life. Now thirty-four years old and with a baby on the way, he is still trying to forgive his wife Jessica for cheating on him with a colleague. Once his son arrives the hurt starts to heal but he finds out all too soon the secret his wife has been hiding from him. Leaving his marriage in pieces and his sanity in a questionable state, Ethan has to face his borderline alcoholism and a past he has spent his whole life trying to forget.
What Haunts Me by Margaret Millmore- George is plagued by dreams of ghosts who wander in the midst of the living, infecting their victims with deformities and disease. A deep rooted instinct emerges in George, knowing he can kill these monsters and heal their victims. Haunted by suppressed memories, his sanity starts to slip as he is consumed with this new responsibility. This new path will lead him to both friends and allies but also enemies he could never have imagined.
Fall into some new and different reads this season.
Tis The Season For A New And Different Read.
Lithium Dreams And Melancholy Sunrise-Carrie Lowrance- Recently go through a breakup? Have you been cheated on? Hopelessly in love with someone who either doesn’t love you back or doesn’t know you exist? Then let this deep, eerie book of poems ease your emotionally battered heart and soul.
The Safety Of Objects-Carrie Lowrance- If you are looking for a different way to view objects in the world, check out this book of poems.
Something For The Kids.
Don’t Eat Your Boogers (You’ll Turn Green)-Carrie Lowrance- Goober McGee has a bad habit. He eats his boogers! His older brother, Sludge, warns him he could come down with a case of Boogeritis. Then one day Goober wakes up and he’s green everywhere! How does he get rid of it? In the process of getting better again, Goober learns to try new foods, becomes a role model for his peers and, most importantly, promises to never eat his boogers again!
If you are truly looking for something totally different, take a look at the books on this list. I guarantee you won’t find the same old, same old. Fall is coming and so will the rainy, windy days and nights. So curl up and fall into some new and different reads this season.
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