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5 Inspirational Reads I Just Added To My TBR List #2

Happy Wednesday Everyone :)


Thanks so much for joining me today on the Preppy Book Princess!


A few weeks ago I had done a post on 5 Inspirational Reads I Just Added to my TBR List, which you can find here, and today I thought it would be fun to share another post since I recently just added a bunch more inspirational books to my list.


The Christy Award nominees were recently announced, and browsing the finalists made my TBR pile grow substantially. There's just so many amazing sounding books in this year's categories. If you're unfamiliar, the Christy Awards honor and promote excellence in Christian fiction, and here's the link to this year's nominees, so you can check out all the amazing sounding books yourself.


For today though, I'd like to share the five books that I'm most excited about reading after scrolling through this year's nominees. 


1) The Red Door Inn by Liz Johnson:



This is actually the only novel of the three nominated in the contemporary romance category that I haven't already read. You guys know that contemporaries are my ultimate favorite books, and the fact that this one is set in Prince Edward Island makes it even more appealing, as I don't too often find a ton of books that are set in Canada.


2) The Lady and the Lionheart by Joanne Bischof:



On top of this book being nominated in the historical romance category, I've also heard about it from almost every single inspirational book blogger I follow, and I have yet to hear a bad thing about it. I know it revolves around the circus, a lion tamer, and a nurse, and it honestly sounds unlike anything I've read before, and I'm definitely hoping to pick this one up ASAP.


3) If You're Gone by Brittany Goodwin:



I'm always on the hunt for new YA inspirational books, and this one about a girl who's boyfriend vanishes on the night of his graduation, and her corresponding search for answers sounds amazing, and I definitely can't wait to pick it up.


4) Unblemished by Sara Ella:



This YA fantasy novel about a girl who's face is half covered by a huge birthmark, and who's used to living in the shadows, until one night when her mother fails to come home and suddenly everything changes in her life faster than she ever could have imagined, once again sounds unlike anything I've ever read before, and inspirational fantasy is definitely something I'm interested in starting to read.


5) A Note Yet Unsung by Tamera Alexander:



I already had the first book in the Belmont Mansion series on my TBR, but after reading the description of this one focusing on a young violinist who's denied entry into the Nashville Philharmonic by a young conductor who soon needs her help to finish his symphony, this series has now crawled even higher up on my TBR list.


I'm so excited about all of these new additions to my TBR list, and also about the broad spectrum of titles that are now being published by Christian publishing houses. I hope you guys enjoyed this post about current additions to my TBR list, and I hope to do a Christmas centered one of these in the upcoming weeks.


Thanks so much for reading guys! Enjoy this beautiful day, and I'll see you all again on Friday :)


This is not a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The photos do not belong to me, and all rights to the respective owners.  

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