ROBIN LEE HATCHER
“Only one book? Horrors! But I’ll go with Amazing
Grace: William Wilberforce and the Heroic Campaign
to End Slavery
by Eric Metaxas because I read his
biography of Bonhoeffer and can trust Amazing
Grace
will be a fascinating read. There is no
way to pick only one novel, which is why I have
an e-reader. Hundreds at my fingertips.”

FRANCINE RIVERS
“So many good books, so little time. Right now, I’m
reading The Attentive Life by Leighton Ford for my
morning devotional time. Savoring a few
pages at a time. Excellent.”

JULIE LESSMAN
“Oh, that’s a no-brainer! Love’s Awakening by one of
my TOP favorite authors, Laura Frantz, releases
September 1st, so I’ll be devouring IT on our
annual getaway to Lake of the Ozarks. Why?
Because Laura writes my favorite kind of
romance—heart-pounding, pulse-stuttering,
faith-wrenching stories brimming with
passion of the heart and soul!”

SUSAN MAY WARREN
“I’m taking RITA-nominee, Rachel Hauck’s newest
release, Once Upon A Prince. Rachel is an amazing
writer, and I love this new series, a touch of fairytale
set in her signature Southern Belle setting.
Rachel did so much research for this story
about a reluctant prince, that I think she
knows more about the royal history in Europe
than some historians! I can not wait to dive
into this modern day fairytale.”

BEVERLY LEWIS
“Only one book? OK, can I pick three? Lynn Austin’s
latest novel, All Things New; Dani Pettrey’s novel,
Shattered; and Billy Graham’s Nearing Home:
Life, Faith, and Finishing Well
.”

TOSCA LEE
“I’ll be taking Wool by Hugh Howey, because the story
of this author’s road to publication—self-published,
and then sold the print rights, and all the
velocity around his books—is a fascinating
one that I read about recently. I want to see
what all the hubbub is about!”

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About The Author

C. J. Darlington won the 2008 Jerry B. Jenkins Christian Writers Guild Operation First Novel contest with her debut novel, Thicker Than Blood. In 2006 C. J. started TitleTrakk.com with her sister, Tracy, and has been actively promoting Christian fiction through book reviews and author interviews. She's a regular contributor to FamilyFiction.