Fun Fall Favorites: Bonfires, Mysteries, and Christian Fiction

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Welcome to my home! Let me show you to one of my favorite places, the place where bonfires happen and the entrance to the woods begin.


This is my Dad, he is the bonfire master in our house. After all, he is an Eagle Scout after all. Can you make out the path behind him? It leads to the woods where I dream up stories. I have also spent some time there reading some of my favorite books. Speaking of books...


Five Favorite Mysteries


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Five Favorite Christian Fiction

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#3
While the first book in this series was good, this one was amazing at showing how to show Christ's love to others.

#4
This series is amazing! I loved how this showed hard situations in a godly way.

#5
This is a tale that tugged at my heart. It is the story of four people who face hard choices.


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29 comments

  1. Most of these books I've never heard of! Thanks, Sarah!

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    1. Never heard of them? Well I am happy to inform you of their amazing existence.

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  2. I'm looking forward to reading Ready or Not!!!!

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  3. I've not read any of these books, but my Dad has read multiple of Robert Whitlow's books. I believe that we have them all and I'll have to read it! Thank you for recommending these books.

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  4. Thanks for sharing! The Shadow Things sounds really interesting!

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  5. I'm so glad you like "Six Cousins England Adventure" and "Journeys of Four"! I also enjoyed them both! What is "The Shadow Things" about? Hmm.. "Ready or Not" looks good too! I'll have to look into it!

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    1. The Shadow things is set in Ancient Britain. It is about a Christian Missionary that comes to a small tribe to tell them the good news. I highly recommend it.

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  6. Ooh, these look really good! Yet more books to add to my 'To-read' pile. XD

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    1. But these aren't just any books, they are the best ;)

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  7. Can't wait to read "Six Cousins England Adventure"! :D

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    1. It is amazing! Get it as soon as you can!

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  8. I love the O'Malley series!! My favorite was probably The Guardian or The Negotiator, but then it is really hard to choose! :) Have you read the last one she wrote in that series? It is a special one she wrote at the end about Jennifer. I have read Hazardous Duty, and it was definitely really funny and cute. And I believe we have the book Ready or Not, but I haven't read it, yet. Thanks for recommending! :)

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    1. I have! I loved this whole series from the first to the last. Ready or Not is just amazing! Read it!

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  9. I love the O'Malley series!! My favorite was probably The Guardian or The Negotiator, but then it is really hard to choose! :) Have you read the last one she wrote in that series? I believe it was a prequel about Jennifer. I have read Hazardous Duty, and it was definitely really funny and cute. And I believe we have the book Ready or Not, but I haven't read it, yet. Thanks for recommending! :)

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  10. Super fun... just found your blog through the book party :D

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    1. Awesome! I look forward to getting to know you.

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  11. Nice books,Sarah! Your book reviews make me want to read right now!And Bonfires are great, aren't they?

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  12. I'm so enjoying this blog hop! :D

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  13. Haven't read any of these before, but they all look so awesome! Adding 'em to my TBR list, for sure! :)

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  14. Oh, I would like to read 'The Shadow Things', can't afford it right now though.

    I currently have five mysteries on my TBR pile, all of them historical. Dressed for Death, by Julianna Deering set in England in the 1930s, A Lesson in Love and Murder by Rachell McMillan, which is set in early 20th century Canada, The Jazz Files and the Sequel called The Kill Fee by British author Fiona Vietch Smith set in London during the roaring 20s, and finally, 'Lucifer's Harvest' the latest in the Medieval Mystery series 'The Chronicles of Hugh de Singleton.

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