Author Laura Hillenbrand (Seabiscuit and Unbroken) has had her own challenges as she continues to write best-selling nonfiction and deal with a debilitating disease.
A Sudden Illness: How My Life Changed by Laura Hillenbrand.
Laura Hillenbrand releases new book while fighting chronic fatigue syndrome by Monica Hesse.
C.K. Dexter Haven, you are so much more attractive and intelligent than anyone who’s decorating the screen these days. “Cary Grant’s frothy delights leave us pondering the dramatic shift in our understanding of marriage, divorce, vows and the idea of anything being permanent.” Divorce Granted by Joseph Susanka.
John Piper recommends ten books for Black History Month. I happen to think that if they’re good books, they’re good to read any month, not just during February which happens to have been designated Black History Month.
Did you see my article on YA fiction from 2010 at Chuck Colson’s The Point online magazine? I’m rather pleased with the way it turned out and the books I was able to recommend.
I’ve been studying Proverbs, rather sporadically, during the month of February. I printed out this study guide, and it’s been helpful. However, the best thing I’ve done is just to read through the proverbs in the book of Proverbs and check the ones that seem useful and understandable and x the ones that I don’t understand. There are more than a few about which I still lack understanding.
My plan for Lent is to post about Forty Inspirational Classics that I have read and would recommend to others. The posts will start on Ash Wednesday, March 9th, and God willing, end on Easter Sunday, my Resurrection gift to you all.