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Halloween is past and Thanksgiving is only weeks away. I can already smell the turkey cooking. And it’s a great time to read by a fire.

Look at this chilling cover art for Last Breath. This Christian Fantasy novel by Karin Slaughter is a top-notch design. I know she doesn’t have roasting marshmallows in mind with the heart of fire, but you sure could enjoy reading this story by a campfire.Last Breath (Kindle Single) by [Slaughter, Karin]This devotional is also a nice book to read by the fire on a cold evening.  I love the poke-a-dots and coffee mug Holley Gerth has on this front cover of What Your Heart Needs for the Hard Days.What Your Heart Needs for the Hard Days: 52 Encouraging Truths to Hold On To by [Gerth, Holley]Maybe this week you’ll pick both a devotional for the soul and a great fantasy adventure to read. 

Do you like to read by the fire?

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I haven’t had much time to read the last couple weeks, so I’m hoping this weekend will provide the perfect break to finish one book and start another.

After I saw the cover to After the Thaw, I had to take a peak at the inside. Author Therese Heckenkamp caught my attention right off the bat with this suspense novel. This is a very nice blend of images! So I had to buy the first one and this one. See that’s how important a cover is to me. I ALWAYS start with the cover.

 

 

But how about a bit of cowboy romance? Doesn’t it sound like fun to disappear into the west for a few hours? Check out Cowboys Under the Mistletoe.  And what a good deal. It’s also fitting that the Midwest is getting slammed with snow right now. This box set matches the mood.

 

 

One book or a whole box? What’s on your reading list for this weekend? Comment below.

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Do you like to color?

 

Adult coloring books like this Proverbs in Color are very popular right now. I love the box this coloring book is in. The tones are so soft and inviting. I used to love to color with my kids, which makes these kind of things a favorite of mine.

 

 

 

And this one is lively and fun. Coffee is a favorite thing of mine. Mix it with Jesus and you have the best to both worlds.

 

 

 

Do you prefer coloring books with mostly shapes, or do you like a less abstract concept with objects as the focus?

 

Writer of Killer Romance and Encourager to Fellow Christians