Worthy Reads

Our worthy reads this month are classics. Published before 1923, all these books are public domain and available to download free online or readily available at the public library.

Cookbooks Worth Owning

Today, most home cooks looking for a recipe turn to Google or Pinterest. Cookbooks must offer more than recipes alone. They must be beautiful, entertaining, clever and of course be packed with amazing recipes. We recommend these cookbooks as being well worth purchasing and each a worthy read.

Worthy Reads

During one of my many nonstress test sessions with my last pregnancy, I fell into a discussion with one of the nurses about good books we had read recently. She suggested a few, and The Rosie Project is one she highly recommended. So I gave it a shot, and I am so glad I did.

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Janice Hildreth is the author of an international newsletter turned blog, PastorsWife.com, offering encouragement to those who are married to pastors. Her love for the Lord and of writing led her to start a Christian romance series. Wednesday’s Rescue is the fourth installment in the A New Day Series where every book centers on a member of the McKinnon family.

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I have only read one Jodi Picoult book, and it was a long time ago, but this more recent read reminded me of what a fantastic author she is. She’s gripping and interesting from the very first page. I mean, elephants, psychics and a missing woman—is there a better combination?

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Looking for a unique thriller with an interesting spin? Most Wanted might be for you. Christine and Marcus Nilsson are a happily married couple struggling with infertility. When they decide to use a donor, their marriage ends up taking on a new and unfamiliar form. When a news story breaks about a serial killer that strongly resembles their donor, Marcus…

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Don't let the title fool you—this is not a romance novel. If you're familiar with the author at all, you'll know it's a crime thriller with a paranormal twist. My mom recommended this book to me, and I have to admit that after finishing The Lovers, I hurried over to my local library to see what other John Connolly books…

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I LOVED this book. It catches you from the very beginning and holds you until the last page. It's a light read, perfect for summer, with all the necessary ingredients: good writing, good plot and lots of good humor. Annie and Sarah are best friends. Sarah is the beautiful, rich, barren one and Annie is the frumpy stay-at-home mom of…

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A Man Called Ove is a heartwarming read about a grumpy, crotchety, mean old man whom you instantly create a soft spot for in your heart; despite how much he loathes people who don't drive Saabs. This funny, thoughtful and endearing story follows a man named Ove (pronounced Oo-vah) who believes there is nothing worthwhile about life since the passing…