What’s on Your Reading List? PLUS Book Giveawy Opportunity

The snow falling outside my office window swirls with each gust of wind. The plow has been by several times already this afternoon and I’m reminded of my favorite recreation for this time of year. Reading. I love to read, but I feel guilty when I spend too much time in a book during the summer when the garden needs weeding, the grass needs to be cut, and my to-do list of outside chores continues to grow. But when it snows, I have no guilt about curling up with a fuzzy lap throw and a good book.
Usually, on Thursdays, I tell you about what I’m reading. But today, I have no reviews to post and no Kindle freebies to share, so I want to know what you’re reading. What’s on your to-be-read pile? What’s on your night stand waiting for you to delve into the next chapter. What should I put on my must-read list?
Share your comments below and include the book titles and author names of your must-reads, and I’ll choose the top three that look the most intriguing to me next Thursday (so you have a whole week to comment). You may list more than one book on your favorites list. PLUS, I’ll enter the name of the three people who submitted the three most intriguing sounding books into my December Book Drawing. Watch for other opportunities to be entered all month.

If you want to be part of my give-away, be sure to identify yourself and include an e-mail address. This format is fine: michelle (at) michellerayburn.com .

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  1. The book that is at the top of my must read list is one called "If I Perish" by Esther Kim. Here is a description of it taken from Amazon:
    "Ahn E. Sook stood alone among thousands of kneeling people. Her bold defiance of the tyrannical demand to bow to pagan Japanese shrines condemned her to a living death in the filth and degradation of a Japanese prison. This brave woman remained faithful to Christ in the face of brutality, oppression, and ruthlessness of her captors. The story of how she won many of her fellow prisoners to Christ…"

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