Saved by Beauty and This Little Light – the November book review and book giveaway series continues!
I’ll begin this review of two books with the end in mind… If you are making a list so that someone may check it twice, I suggest that you ask for both books. Seriously – ask for both books! You will not regret this, even if it feels a bit over the top. Let me tell you why…
There will be pure joy upon giving and receiving such things, there will be no standing in long lines to return things that you don’t want, and no suffering the potential shame of re-gifting the wrong gift to the wrong person. Go ahead, attach this review to your wish list! And if you are looking for gifts for someone else, try using this as your shopping list. (Book giveway contest info at the end of the post, along with info about upcoming appearances by Brother Mickey!)
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Lots of book reviews coming up.
From the “so-many-books-so-little-time” files, I have lots to show you in November – well, starting on October 31, to be precise. Expect to see some book reviews in coming days. I have been reading and reading and reading… and there are other books in the queue! By time the November book-fest is over, you will know what to ask for for Christmas, and what to give!
From Willow Creek to Sacred Heart: Rekindling my Love for Catholicism by Chris Haw.
Loving Work by Mike Hayes.
A Catholic Mother’s Companion to Pregnancy by Sarah A. Reinhard.
Saved by Beauty: A Spiritual Journey with Dorothy Day by Michael O’Neill McGrath.
This Little Light: Lessons in Living from Sister Thea Bowman by Michael O’Neill McGrath.
I Wasn’t Dead When I Wrote This: Advice Given in the Nick of Time by Lisa-Marie Calderone-Stewart.
My Sisters the Saints: A Spiritual Memoir by Colleen Carroll Campbell.
And while I can’t review a book that I contributed to, I’ll say – please don’t forget to check out Hungry and You Fed Me: Homilies and Reflections for Cycle C, featuring James Martin SJ and Richard Rohr OFM, featuring cover art by Michael O’Neill McGrath. (I wrote about it the other day)