My Ink Dance

Discovering Extraordinary Grace in an Ordinary Life

My Favorite Fiction Books to Read & Give

Getting lost in a made up world can provide escape from reality. But the very best fiction gives you more. The best fiction touches your heart.

Don't miss these exciting books from Book Week at My Ink Dance!

Long Way Gone — I first told you about this book here, but I have to tell you it would make a perfect gift. Especially for someone struggling to find their way to Jesus.

The Shepherd’s Song — A unique treasure, this book follows a piece of paper with the words of Psalm 23 as it changes people’s lives.

The Shack — While this book has been controversial, I do love that it challenged me to look at my faith in deeper and different ways. Books that leave you thinking are some of the best books for the soul.

Some favorite fiction from My Ink Dance!

Fireflies in December, Cottonwood Whispers & Catching Moondrops — A stellar fiction series that explores relationships in the midst of racial tensions, tragedy and love.

Amazing fiction series! See more at My Ink Dance!

What’s your favorite novel?

 


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About Becky Hastings

I am emotional and logical. I am strong and dependent. I am a juxtaposition of head and heart exploring it all through writing. And in all my mixed-up ways I am loved. I'm here to tell you that you are, too. Just the way you are.

4 Replies

  1. Wow, tough question. I love Wendell Berry’s Jayber Crow (but am also partial to Hannah Coulter) . . . but then there’s Marilynn Robinson’s Gilead trilogy. And Wallace Stegner’s Crossing to Safety which I used to read every single fall because it’s so beautiful.
    Thanks for sharing yours!

    1. Becky Hastings

      I get the feeling you love books Michele 😉 I’ve not heard of those, but I will have to check them out!

  2. I’m currently reading Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine. I’m not very far in it, so I can’t say if I recommend it yet or not though. ha. I loved The Shack; read it twice and loved the movie too! Thanks for sharing these novels. I like getting personal recommendations.

    1. Becky Hastings

      Oooh…I’ve not heard of that one! I’m half way through The Headmaster’s Wife and it is not what I expected. Although it has kept me turning pages! The Shack movie was lovely as well! Hope you have a wonderful Christmas!

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