Category: Randy Alcorn

Nov 22
Top Ten Tuesday: Books For Which I’m Thankful

Top Ten Tuesday: Books For Which I’m Thankful

C.S. Lewis, Christian, Corrie Ten Boom, J.R.R. Tolkien, Janette Oke, Laura Frantz, Louie Giglio, Pepper Basham, Randy Alcorn, Top Ten Tuesday, Varina Denman 24

Today, the lovely folks at Top Ten Tuesday have given us free rein within a Thanksgiving theme, so I’m taking advantage of another freebie week to talk about books for which I’m thankful. These books range from nonfiction to fiction, current to less than current, but they all have something… Read more »

Aug 02
Top Ten Tuesday: If I Had a Million Dollars (Or Maybe Just a Fully Loaded Gift Card)

Top Ten Tuesday: If I Had a Million Dollars (Or Maybe Just a Fully Loaded Gift Card)

J.K. Rowling, Jane Austen, Melanie Dickerson, Randy Alcorn, Ruth Logan Herne, Top Ten Tuesday 78

To be honest, this week’s Top Ten Tuesday was difficult for me. Mainly because in answer to the topic “Ten Books You’d Buy Right This Second If Someone Handed You a Fully Loaded Gift Card“, I really just want to say “my entire ‘to read’ list on Goodreads“.  But something… Read more »

Jul 19
Top Ten Tuesday: “Zuzu, I’ve a Feeling We’re Not in the USA Anymore”

Top Ten Tuesday: “Zuzu, I’ve a Feeling We’re Not in the USA Anymore”

Aimie K. Runyon, Camille Eide, Carla Laureano, Cathy Gohlke, Elizabeth Musser, Irma Joubert, Janette Oke, Kathleen Morgan, Kristy Cambron, Melanie Dickerson, Rachel McMillan, Randy Alcorn, Top Ten Tuesday, Tracy Groot 78

  I’m really excited about this week’s topic for Top Ten Tuesday – Books Set Outside the United States.  And yes I shamelessly borrowed my title from The Wizard of Oz, with Zuzu subbing for Toto in a pinch. In all honesty, that wouldn’t really work. She’d be more suited… Read more »

Jan 26
Top Ten Tuesday: All-Time Favorites

Top Ten Tuesday: All-Time Favorites

C.S. Lewis, Corrie Ten Boom, Dee Henderson, fairy tales, J.K. Rowling, Louie Giglio, Lynn Austin, nonfiction, Patricia Polacco, Randy Alcorn, Top Ten Tuesday, Wm Paul Young 90

The books I’m talking about today are those books that I consider eternal favorites. Many are from childhood or adolescence, some I acquired in adulthood, but all are books that have stuck with me and refuse to leave my heart. They are also all books that I reread often.