My Ink Dance

Discovering Extraordinary Grace in an Ordinary Life

My Favorite Non-Fiction Books to Read & Give

A great book can teach you so much about yourself and those around you. Inspirational non-fiction is so much more than self-help. It is truly a way to embrace God’s truth and apply it to our lives.

Inspirational Non-Fiction Favorites at My Ink Dance!

The Gifts of Imperfection — The subtitle really says it all: Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to be and Embrace Who You Are. I wrote about five lessons I learned from this freeing book here.

Fiercehearted — A sweet, passionate reminder of who we are as women and the amazing things God has for us.

The Dream Giver — This modern-day parable of Ordinary, a Nobody leaving the Land of Familiar to pursue his Big Dream will challenge you to think about your dreams, the obstacles along the way, and how to walk toward those God-given dreams.

Some of the Favorite Non-Fiction finds at My Ink Dance's Book Week!

Crazy Love —  This beautiful book reminds us of God’s great love story with you. You will be changed by this book in ways that make everything better.

Captivating — Break free from the expectations we put on ourselves as women to embrace our truest selves: one wildly loved by the Almighty God.

Dancing on the Head of a Pen — A fantastic writing resource that blends inspiration with practical application in an easy read. One of my favorite writing books!


What is your favorite Inspirational non-fiction book?

Don’t miss the rest of my favorites from Book Week!

Check them out here!

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.

2 Replies

  1. ooh, a couple of these I hadn’t heard of…and all of them I haven’t yet read. I’ve had a few of them on my list already. Thanks for sharing these, friend. It’s hard for me to pick a favorite, but one of my all-time faves is The Circle Maker. — Love all the book lists you give us. 😀 Hope your household has a sweet, sweet season. ((hug))

    1. Becky Hastings

      I haven’t read The Circle Maker…I’ve heard conflicting things about it. Did you find it lined up with scripture well? I hope you and yours have a lovely Christmas!

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