Five Fall Favorites Day 5

6:00 AM





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Fall time is back to school time for many. Backpacks are part of that, hopefully stuffed full of books. Here are a few books by Independent authors that I love.

 This book is powerful and faith-building, I read it when I was going through a rough time, and it was a great blessing.
Read my review HERE

This book made me laugh so hard. I loved this collection of stories of growing up in a large home school family. It is non-fiction, not long, and a complete delight.
Read my review HERE

All of Greyson's books could be on here, but this is my favorite. This book has adventure, sweet romance, and a powerful message.
Read my review HERE

I love Elisabeth Allen's books. This is a story that feels like a cross between a Jane Austen book and the Amazing Grace. It is sweet, satisfying, and a joy to read.
Read my review HERE

This is a fantasy that I enjoyed. It is a tale of adventure, excitement, and faith. The characters will stick with you long after the story ends.
Read my review HERE

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23 comments

  1. That "Tales of the Heartily Homeschooled" looks fun. :) I'd never heard of it before. And of course "Sufficient Grace" was a delight. (It's on my list too.) I haven't read any of the others.

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    1. I hope you are able to get any enjoy "Tales of the Heartily Homeschooled" It is amazing!

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  2. I've never heard of "The Abolitionist", but it looks like a good book!

    CutePolarBear

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    1. Elisabeth Allen is over of my all time favorites.

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  3. I have both "Tales of the Heartily Homeschooled" and "Sufficent Grace" on kindle and hope to read them soon! :)

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  4. I haven't heard of all but one of these, but the Heartily Homeschooled one looks adorable. I also just added "The Abolitionist" to my TBR. :)

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  5. *Hugs all the indie books* I love them. But I like Kate best. *Hugs Kate* ;)
    -Mikayla-

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  6. I've only heard of two of these! Such great books!

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  7. I want to read “Sufficient Grace” sometime!

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  8. I've yet to read any of these ... though I really want to! *goes to add them to be TBR* The Abolitionist especially looks interesting! :)

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  9. Olivia Bell (aka Livy)October 6, 2017 at 1:08 PM

    Ooh, Tales of the Heartily Homeschooled sounds fun! My top favorite indie books are "Worth It All: Running a Race of a Lifetime" (that book will change you life) by Isabella Morganthal and "Not Abandoned" by MacKenzie Morganthal (they're twin sisters, in case you were curious, hehe!) Those are some of the best books ever! :D

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  10. I added Sufficient Grace and The Abolitionist!

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  11. I added the abolitionist!

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  12. I've read #2 and #3. Sufficient Grace is amazing!

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  13. I haven't read any of these (yet) but I'm adding them to my TBR! I might actually have Heart of Arcrea.

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  14. Thank you for this list of great books.
    Marilyn

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  15. I've heard of “From the Dark to the Dawn.” Cool title, that!!

    -Katja L.

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  16. All of these titles look so good! I want to read "From Dark to Dawn" so bad!

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  17. Four books I've not read!!! I really want to get to "Sufficient Grace" though (I have it on my Kindle). And "From the Dark to the Dawn" was amazing!!!

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