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5 Inspirational Reads I Just Added To My TBR #5

Happy Monday Everyone :)

I hope you're all doing well, and I wanna thank you for joining me here today on The Preppy Book Princess.

I realized last week that it's been a few months since I lasted posted a "5 Inspirational Reads I Just Added To My Tbr List Post", and so it's definitely time to do an updated one, especially since I've added quite a few to my list in the last couple of months.

Life Just Got Real by Sadie Robertson:

I've mentioned before that I don't very often read many celebrity's books, as they're usually just not my thing. However, I recently completed a devotional by Sadie Robertson on YouVersion, and it really spoke to me, and my heart. I'm really interested in reading more by her, and her only fictional novel sounds really enjoyable, and like something that would interest me.

Live Fearless: A Call To Power, Passion and Purpose by Sadie Robertson:

The devotional that I mentioned above was taken from this book, and honestly if the little tidbit featured in the devotional affected me so much, I can't wait to see what the rest of the book will have in store.

Why I Hate Green Beans by Lincee Ray:

I've been hearing so much about this book lately, and I've yet to hear anything negative about it. I've heard that it really speaks to the insecurities that women struggle with on a daily basis, and about overcoming them with the help of our Heavenly Father. I've also heard that it's downright hilarious, and I'm always up for a clean, comical book. As well, I've really been wanting to get into more Christian non-fiction books, and this one sounds like a great one to dive into the genre with. 

The Lacemaker by Laura Frantz:

I'm going to be completely honest and admit that I have absolutely no clue what this one's even about. All I know is that it's been met with rave reviews, it's supposed to be an amazing story, I believe it's historical fiction, and let's be honest, that cover guys!! 

The Merchant's Daughter by Melanie Dickerson:

I'd had Melanie Dickerson on my author's to try list for quite some time, and last month I finally went ahead and bought one of her books. I ended up purchasing The Healer's Apprentice, and I finally got the chance to read it last week. Oh my goodness guys I was so not prepared for just how powerful that amazing faith based story would be, and now that I've finished it I want to read the second book in the Hagenheim series as soon as possible.

And those are the most recent additions to my tbr list guys! I'd love to hear what recent additions have been added to yours!

Thanks so much for reading :) I hope you all have a great rest of your day, and I look forward to checking in with you all again on Wednesday.

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


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