What I’m reading right now:
Okay, not great literature, but I’m hooked. She has sold a ton of books, so who am I to knock her? I’m actually a fan of the Hallmark movies, which is how I discovered her. I can’t eat gluten, so her recipes don’t tempt me even a little bit, but I am a foodie, so maybe that’s the connection.
I had a chance to read this through the firsttoread.com website, but didn’t finish it, so I have checked it out from the library. I remember over thirty years ago where I was first exposed to the idea that our food supply was the cause of all of the cancers and other illnesses that were just beginning to get a lot of attention. I thought that was silly. I mean, really. Wasn’t the FDA and others supposed to monitoring all of that. Well, I now have a really severe gluten sensitivity and probably always did. I’m a believer now!
Great three-part series from a favorite author. I think I like this even better than her regular books, which tend to be a little more darker. This one had more comedy and more of a happy-ever after tone to it. There were definitely some darker moments, but over-all, just more upbeat.
Have you seen these guys on HGTV? They are wonderful! They are my husband and my mom’s favorite HGTV couples, and turns out we are not alone. I just found out they are HGTV’s highest rated show ever. How cool is that?
I can’t say enough good things about Terri Blackstock. She is awesome and I have been a huge fan for, I don’t know, 20 years maybe. I love what she writes. She tells her stories well. She stays true to her beliefs and she does everything she can to present the gospel in a clear and concise manner. She presents Christians as they are, flawed, but redeemed.