More Fan Favs: 10 Books You Bought in 2013

We spend a lot of time recommending books to you guys, it’s true.  But did you know we also get book recommendations from you?

Behind the scenes, we manage to make enough to keep the site going through your support through Amazon.com.  Readers click through a link on our site (say, in our Winter Book Fair), and then purchase stuff.  We can’t see who purchases what–Amazon is too good at protecting privacy for that.  But we do get a sense of what you are willing to invest your hard earned money into….

2013 FAN FAVORITE BOOKS

So here they are:  a list of some of YOUR favorites throughout 2013!

1. ESV Seek and Find Bible.  (Here’s our review.)esvseekandfind

2. The Middle of Somewhere by J. B. Cheaney.  (Here’s our review.)

3. Where the Mountain Meets the Moon by Grace Lin.  (Here’s our review.)

4.  Thoughts to Make Your Heart Sing by Sally Lloyd Jones.  (Here’s our review.)

5.  The Year of the Perfect Christmas Tree: An Appalachian Story by Gloria Houston.  (Here’s our review.)

The-Last-Thing-I-Remember-192x3006. The Last Thing I Remember (The Homelanders) by Andrew Klavan.  (Here’s our discussion.)

7.  Booked: Literature in the Soul of Me by Karen Swallow Prior.  Here’s our discussion.

8.  Around the World by Matt Phelan.  Here’s our review.

9. Thanksgiving: A Harvest Celebration by Julie Stiegemeyer.  Here’s our review.

10. Nate Saint: Operation Auca (Torch Bearers) by Nancy Drummond.  Here’s our review.

Thanks to each of you who supported us this year through Amazon!  We are really looking forward to sharing more great books with you next year.

 

 

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3 Responses to More Fan Favs: 10 Books You Bought in 2013

  1. Emily January 1, 2014 at 11:20 am #

    Thanks, Christina! We have some fun stuff in the works, and we’re looking forward to hearing about all your great book finds, too!

  2. Christina December 31, 2013 at 6:37 am #

    I love your book lists, reviews and recommendations. Looking forward to what you will review next year!

  3. Betsy December 28, 2013 at 8:23 am #

    Fun list! I notice that many of our summer reading focus titles made the list.

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