Last year, I did my first Welcome to My Library series and I had an absolute blast! It was so fun sharing some of my favorite books with you and hearing what you love to read! Because it was so fun, I’ve decided to do it again this year. So, for the month of April, I’m going to be sharing some of my favorite books that I’ve read in the last year and what I’ve learned from them.
My hope is that we can start an open conversation with God, ourselves, and each other around the topics of faith, healing, freedom, worship, and more! These books have all challenged me in more ways than I can express and have caused me to grow tremendously. More than that, they’ve spurred on my love of reading, which is a good thing for an author to have.
Just like last year, I’m also using this month to celebrate the successful launch of my most recent devotional, A Proverb A Day. Should I have done this series in the month leading up to its release? Sure! But I wanted to release the book in March and do this series in April, so here we are.
Anyway, the same rules as last year apply:
1 like = 1 entry
1 comment = 2 entries
1 reblog = 3 entries
The contest will run from April 1-30, 2019 and I’ll announce the winner sometime on May 1st.
If you’re not a big fan of playing the game and want to just buy your copy, feel free! You can do so here.
I’m looking forward to meeting you in my library once again! It’s going to be so fun!
What are some of your favorite books in your library?
What are the most impactful books you’ve read in the last year?
To go Deeper: Check out last year’s Welcome to My Library series
Disclosure: some links in this post are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase.