Director Thoughts

For those of you who have forgotten my ranking system:
Rating 1 - Forget about it; not worth your time
Rating 2 - An ok read
Rating 3 - Recommended
Rating 3.5 - Highly recommended
Rating 4 - Must Read

Must Reads

Bible - Favorite books within are John & Acts.
Hinds Feet on High Places by Hannah Hurnard
In His Steps by Charles Sheldon
The Shack by William Young
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey
Who Moved My Cheese by Spenser Johnson

Remember, there are other great books out there. This is my list of those that have had life changing outcomes for me.

What I'm Reading Now

The Space Between Words
by Michele Phoenix
Following a terrorist attack at a concert in France, Jessica must face the realities of what has happened. In doing so she discovers a document concealed in an antique which sends her searching for the answers to what happened to the family who lived 300 years ago during the persecution of the Huguenots. Rating of 3.0

Christmas at Carnton
by Tamera Alexander
Historical fiction story which takes place during the Civil War and focuses on the women involved with the Women's Relief Society. These societies, both northern and southern, aided their solders with socks, blankets, food and other basic needs. Not an in-depth read, but light and fast, which was what I was looking for at the time. Rated 2.5

These Healing Hills
by Ann H. Gabhart
Another historical fiction story taking place following the war. This time it is WWII, and story is set in the Appalachian Mountains and the real life Frontier Nursing Service. Again, a light and easy read for those nights when you simply can't fall asleep, although the story is anything but boring. Rated 2.5