Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Christian Fiction Book Club- October's Pick

September's book club discussion of Havah with the MckLinky goes live at midnight, but this post is to discuss the October book club choice.

I will use Random.org to choose October's book club host from the people who link up this week.

Here are some of the books we've had suggested so far:

1. A Pearl in the Sand by Tessa Afshar
2. Immaneul's Veins by Ted Dekker
3. Children of the Alley by Naguib Mahfouz

I want to put this to a vote, but we need more suggestions! C'mon friends, what would you like to read next?


  1. A Pearl in the Sand is already on my reading list for the month. I'd love to use that.

  2. oooooo A Pearl in the Sand! I second Gina's emotion :)

  3. I like the Pearl in the Sand. And I just got another idea from twitter...what about The Sweet By and By by Sara Evans and Rachel Hauck? Link here:


  4. Joy,
    I was just wondering what criteria you were using for this???

    A GREAT one was The Red Tent!! Ever read that??

    Here's the link:

    Beautifully written, I promise!

    I've seen the cover for The Sweet By and By....it looks good and sounds really interesting!!

  5. It's called the Christian Fiction Book Club, so it should probably be a Christian fiction book, but I want everyone to have an equal voice on this so if we all vote on a mainstream book that deals with issues of faith, I wouldn't be opposed to reading it. I guess we just put up all the suggestions and vote. I really want to get a poll started by tomorrow at the latest.

    So last call for suggestions...

  6. Lol, I got that part of it Joy!! Geezum!

    : P

    Well....I don't know!? The Red Tent is really awesome, it seems like it would be more along the lines of Havah. It takes place way back "in the beginning". Much different than the other you mentioned tonight...

    Just saying...

  7. I've never been part of the book discussion before. But Pearl in the Sand is on it's way to me as I write this, so . . .

  8. :) Hannah, The Red Tent does look like it would be interesting.

  9. I've got another suggestion for book club. How about Snow Day by Billy Coffey? Here's the info:

    If we pick this one, I'll have two review copies available to giveaway.

  10. It is always so nice to hear other Christians perspective on book. Christian Romance is a great way to get through the winter months in Canada.


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