“B” shelf Beauties

IMG_5832I’ve shared my “G” and “S” shelves in my new office. Today I have some treasures from my “B” shelf. I’m not posting these blogs in any specific order; except I did start with where my books fit in first with the Gs.

On with my awesome books. Since I have my favorites and tend to keep series, behind the books that are displayed are stacks of books by the same authors that might complete a series or superb novels that I must keep forever. Here it goes:

Pepper Basham is one of the first authors I started following in the past few years. The Thorn Keeper, Penned in Time Book Two, is set in WWI England.

I met Misty Beller at a conference last year. Since I have read all of her novels, including Hope’s Highest Mountain, historical Montana mountain fiction.

Glamorous Illusions is part of Lisa Bergren’s The Grand Tour Series set in 1913. How I would like to go on a grand tour of Europe again!

I’ve followed Terri Blackstock’s career for a long time, all the way back to when we lived in the same town in Mississippi. Catching Christmas offers a short contemporary read of love and redemption.

IMG_5838I picked up Nadine Brandes magical Fawkes at the ACFW conference in 2019. Wonderful! I have another of her books waiting to be read.

The lucky Bs share the shelf with the Brontë sisters: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë and Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë.

One of my favorite secular authors is Dan Brown. His Angels and Demons inspired me to add a personal tour in Rome that followed the steps of Robert Langdon in this novel. Such fun!

And last, but certainly not least, is The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan. I’ll be the first to admit, I have the version in modern English!

Do you have a favorite author from your own “B” shelf? Please share.

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