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Friday, August 14, 2009

Refer A Book Weekend! 8/14/09

Rules of Refer A Book Weekend: To play all you have to do is recommend a book that you liked and post in the comments. Tell me why you liked the book or link to your review. I will pick a recommendation, then add it to my TBR pile and the person who recommended the book will get to win a book from this Pile of Free Books that I reviewed.I usually post the Refer A Book Weekend post at 12pm EST after I am done work. Each week I will post a new post for you to comment in. The winner will not be picked until Monday so you have the weekend to recommend .

Hint: I am reading a book called Falling into the Sun. It is inspirational fiction. Please recommend some inspirational fiction.


Llehn said...

I would like to recommend The Noticer by Andy Andrews which blends fiction, allegory and inspiration with a dash of autobiography. A mysterious man named Jones shows up in Orange Beach, Alabama, a simple town populated with people with their share of problems: marriages teetering on the brink of divorce, young adults giving up on life, business people on the verge of bankruptcy. Jones brings about the gift of perspective into their lives, noticing things that others miss and imparting it to the town's people. It is inspiring how a different view on things can bring about such a dramatic change in lives.

Review can be found at:

gaby317 said...

I recommend The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind: Creating Currents of Electricity and Hope by William Kamkwamba.

The book is based on a true story of a young boy from Malawi,at a time that people believed in magic and had little understanding of science. His area was withered by drought. William had read about windmills and dreamed of building one. William persisted...

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Tea said...

Hi Shannon,

I haven't been here in awhile. It's fun seeing the fairy again. You are talking about "inspirational" fiction. I would recommend "A Man of His Word" by Kathleen Fuller. The book is great. There are two intense love stories in the one plot. I got the book free from Thomas Nelson. Good to be back here again.