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    What I Read Last Month: March 2020

    Hello friends! Can you believe it is time for the March edition of What I Read Last Month? Even though I was quarantined for most of the month, I somehow didn’t get much reading done. I will blame it on…

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    What I Read Last Month: February 2020

    I do realise that I’m a bit late on my February edition of What I Read Last Month, but these past couple of weeks have been a bit crazy. If you somehow missed the January edition, you should definitely go…

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    What I Read Last Month: December 2019

    To be honest, I spent so much time talking/thinking/writing about the new year that typing 2019 feels quite odd. Nonetheless, I cannot completely close the door behind last year without sharing what I read in December. Because my semester ended…

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    What I Read Last Month: November 2019

    Though some of you are following me on Goodreads, I have decided to track my monthly readings here on the blog as well. You may remember my #19for2019 post from the beginning of the year where I set a goal…

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    Susie: The Life and Legacy of Susannah Spurgeon

    I know, I know … you’re probably thinking …. how great of you to finally show up! I admit, life has been a bit crazy lately. I am ready, however, to interrupt this radio silence and tell you about a…

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    The Library of Lost and Found Book Review

    The library has always been one of my most favourite places to visit. Growing up, we had a nice-sized library in our house, so there often was no need to borrow books. This might have been the cause of my…

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    ‘Missionary Mom’ Book Review

    Even though I am not a mother, I have often wondered how would children affect what the Lord has put on my heart to do. Sadly, our society has tried to exclude mothers from serving the Lord and downplayed their…

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    The 5 Love Languages – Singles Edition Book Review

    It is no secret that I am self-proclaimed bookworm. Even though I love many different genres, books written from a Christian perspective are my favourite. I’m sure you can imagine how happy I was when Moody Publishers offered to send…