I'm reading a book called The Manual by Sherryle Kiser Jackson. You can see the title on my Shelfari widget to the right. It's urban Christian fiction, and so far I'm really enjoying it. I'll write a review for this one next week.
This makes only the second time I've read a book of this genre. I've read mainstream urban fiction, but for whatever reason I haven't spent much time on the inspirational side. So I need to branch out. Do you read urban Christian fiction? If so, who are your favorite authors? List them in the comments section so we can expand our horizons. If you have specific urban Christian romance recommendations, I'd love to hear them.
And I've got some Amazon freebies to mention today (not urban fiction, sorry). Both of these are currently free for the Kindle.
No Place for a Lady by Maggie Brendan
Love Comes Softly by Janette Oke (which might be the first bestselling inspy romance)
There's also a great ebook sale going on over at Multnomah. I heart cheap books, don't you? The sale runs through June 30 (thanks to blogging friend Michelle Sutton for this heads up):
Want to know what everyone else is reading this Monday? Head over to see Sheila at Book Journey.