In June I read 28 books, bringing my total for the year to 160 books read.
A few were just “meh,” many were solid reads, and a handful were excellent.
Miriam, by Mesu Andrews. I absolutely enjoyed this tale set during the Biblical plagues in Egypt. I never really thought about what it would have been like to witness that, but this brought it to vivid life.
What You Wish For, by Katherine Center. This book accomplished what I thought was impossible: making me (kind of) want to be a teacher. This book was just fun to read. I loved the characters, the setting, the plot…I highly recommend it.
Life on Mission @ Work, by Tyler Edwards. This was a quick read, but full of points and suggestions about an issue I’ve been considering a lot lately (even mainly working from home).