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Winter Reading List

There is nothing more satisfying than curling up during winter with a cup of hot chocolate and a good book. Here in Colorado, the snow and cold weather often times tend to keep me inside curled up on the couch with a book. Don’t get me wrong, I love to go sledding and snowshoeing, but reading a good book in bed is pretty nice as well.

I have come up with a winter reading list full of books you won’t want to miss!

Love May Fail: A Novel
Follow a woman whose marriage just fell apart after she leaves her cheating husband and looks to find the answer to a question that often times arises. Just because we witness cruelty in our world, is there still goodness that exists? Portia goes to visit an old high school teacher whose world also begins to fall apart after a traumatic classroom incident and sees if she can find an answer there. Maybe the one man who believed in her can help her find her way once more.

Never Let Me Go
This chilling fictional story looks at what it means to be “special” in a society very different than ours. Follow along as three children, Kathy, Ruth, and Tommy meet again after so many years attending an exclusive boarding school. Watch as the three of them learn why their teachers told them over and over that they were special and their fight with the truth. Is it better to be special, or to fight for your own rights as an individual?

Little Mercies (English Edition)
Ellen Moore is a hardworking mother whose life is focused around her family and her job as a social worker. She works every day to make sure that the children who are less fortunate have an escape to the horrible lives at home, but when one hot day goes horribly wrong, Ellen will learn just what it feels to be on the other side of the social system and just what it feels like to not see your children.

No Safety in Numbers
When a biological bomb goes off in a large shopping mall, there is chaos and confusion. At first, it seems like a trick and a fun vacation; but then they realize that their little vacation is turning into a nightmare. This story follows four children, Marco, Lexi, Ryan, and Shay, as they fight to stay alive and safe in a place that is made for joy and excitement.

Live Beautifully: A Study in the Books of Ruth and Esther (Fresh Life Series)
If you are looking for a good devotional to follow this winter, check out “Live Beautifully”. Have you ever thought that you were not enough but deep down you knew that idea was false? God cares about all of us and He has made us unique and special.  Learn how to follow the idea that we are uniquely and beautifully made in your everyday life. Start a journey with God that is one of rejuvenation and beauty.

If you can think of any other fun readings for this winter, share below!

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