Top 10 Tuesday — Missing Out

25 Sep

Because the number of books on my shelf, Kindle, and wish lists don’t equal the amount of free time I have to read, i have *gasp* unread books by favorite authors. Those are the books that whisper the loudest read me as I pass their resting place. Many of the books have been waiting many years; others are more recent additions. Some, when read, will put a finished check mark next to a series. I have every intention of reading them all!  That Artsy Reader Girl wants us to fess up this week and share those deserving titles. Have you read any of the books on my list? Tell me which one I should read next.

Head over to That Artsy Reader Girl for other bloggers’ true confessions.

 

Top 10 Unread Books by Favorite Authors

 

Chateau of Secrets by Melanie Dobson

The Haven by Suzanne Woods Fisher

The Journey by Angela Hunt

Luther And Katharina by Jody Hedlund

The Mark of The King by Jocelyn Green

Maybe It’s You by Candace Calvert

A Memory Between Us by Sarah Sundin

Mine Is The Night by Liz Curtis Higgs

Portrait of Vengeance by Carrie Stuart Parks

Stones of My Accusers by Tracy Groot

 

What books by favorite authors do you need to read?

 

 

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10 Responses to “Top 10 Tuesday — Missing Out”

  1. susiesellnergmailcom September 25, 2018 at 7:37 am #

    I, like you, have many wonderful books in my TBR pile(s). Of those cited above, I have read Jocelyn Green’s Mark of the King, which follows a female “criminal” from France to the newly-formed Louisiana territory. Her struggles eventually result in an inspiring outcome. Having been a French major in college and graduate school, I loved reading about French history.

    The other one of the above books that I’ve read is Chateau of Secrets by Melanie Dobson. Since I love reading World War II books with a Christian worldview, this one interested me. I’m always amazed and encouraged by the noble efforts of non-Jewish citizens who risked their lives to aid and even house Jewish people fleeing Nazi brutality. This well-written book inspired and encouraged me in the goodness of man in the face of such evil.

    Both of these books are historical fiction at its best. Enjoy!

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    • rbclibrary September 26, 2018 at 6:56 am #

      Thanks for the glowing recommendations. I know I need to read these books ASAP. Do you think I can go on a new book fast while I whittle down my TBR pile?

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  2. Barbara H. September 25, 2018 at 7:45 am #

    I really enjoyed Chateau of Secrets. I think that’s the only Melanie Dobson book I have read, but it made me want to read more of her books. I also liked A Memory Between Us and Mine Is the Night very much.

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    • rbclibrary September 26, 2018 at 6:54 am #

      Barbara, I finished Dobson’s latest book, Hidden Among The Stars, a few weeks ago. It is now my all-time favorite from her. I highly recommend you check out more of her books. Mine Is The Night has been staring at me from the shelves for so long now. And I know I will love it. Why oh why can’t I find time to read it?! I need to just put it on the review schedule.

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  3. Kasey @ The Story Sanctuary September 25, 2018 at 11:42 am #

    Stone of my Accusers looks really intriguing to me. Great post! Here’s my TTT.

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  4. Gretchen September 25, 2018 at 6:27 pm #

    Luther and Katarina was an absolutely beautiful, hard to put down story. Portrait of Vengeance was a page turner as well. Lots of great choices on your list!

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  5. susanblogginboutbooks September 25, 2018 at 8:35 pm #

    I haven’t heard of most of these authors, let alone read them, but some of these look very appealing. I’ve been loving Elizabeth Byler Younts’ Amish novels lately and I want to try Suzanne Woods Fisher. It seems like she’s a very popular author of Amish books.

    Happy TTT!

    Susan
    http://www.blogginboutbooks.com

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    • rbclibrary September 26, 2018 at 6:52 am #

      If you like Amish books, then you need to check out Suzanne Woods Fisher. Excellent! And she has several series out, so you won’t lack reading material. 😉

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