Quick Lit // May 2022

I hadn’t thought my reading was especially melancholy lately, but in looking at this list of recent titles I’m seeing a theme of death and loss: from murder to divorce to the ...

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April 2022 Quick Lit

My reading this month was less extensive and less diverse than usual. Still, there are some standout reads in this roundup as well as some books that you may love even though ...

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March 2022 Quick Lit

As I shared in my last Lately post as well as in What I Learned This Winter, my reading in the past month was not the best. While I succeeded in reading ...

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February 2022 Quick Lit

I hope you’re ready for some book reviews, because I’ve got a whole slew of them for you today! There’s a whopping eleven titles here, so let’s jump right in. ADULT NONFICTION ...

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January 2022 Quick Lit

My 2022 Reading (which, because of my unique tracking methods, began in December) is off to a strong start, with a decent variety of genres/topics, and an unusual (but welcome) predominance of ...

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December 2021 Quick Lit (Fiction)

My fiction reading this month was pretty mystery-heavy (nothing new there!), balanced out by some middle grade novels. As is often the case, my opinions of the books are kind of all ...

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December 2021 Quick Lit (Nonfiction)

There’s not a lot of feel-good writing in this roundup of books. These titles are enlightening and convicting, speaking truth to areas that church and the culture have gotten wrong. You might ...

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November 2021 Quick Lit

It’s book review day! This month, rather than splitting my November Quick Lit across two posts, I’m sharing all of my reviews in a single post, so I’ll skip the lengthy preamble ...

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October 2021 Quick Lit: Fiction

There was quite a bit of uniformity in last week’s Nonfiction reviews. Today’s books are all quite different: from intended audience to genre to tone, we have a bookish grab bag going ...

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October 2021 Quick Lit: Nonfiction

It’s book review day, and today’s featured books all have a faith component, while also addressing very different topics—I just love that even a sub-genre like Christian Nonfiction can encapsulate such an ...

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