Friday, May 15, 2009

Faith 'n Fiction Saturday: Good Clean Reads

Welcome to Faith 'n Fiction Saturday! What's this all about you ask? Read this post it will tell you everything you need to know!

Today's Question:
I often read blogs and reviews where people mention that they think of Christian fiction as being good clean reads. A lot of people turn to Christian fiction to avoid foul language, explicit sex, or violence whether or not they are Christians. Blog reviews are the best place to find out which category a book falls into (strongly spiritual or just a good clean read) and because I read a great deal of general market fiction I try to include that information about those books as well. you have any recommendations of general market fiction books for people looking for books in the good clean reads category?



Mimi N said...

This may sound terrible, but I don't even know if I've read a non-Christian book in eons! I did read one James Scott Bell book not too long ago that I believe wasn't published by a Christian publishing house. That's about it. Hmmm, very interesting. There are so many books in the Christian world, I can't even keep up with them all. :)


Miss Mapp said...

Hi Amy, What about reviewing a book that is coming out in blog form? I guess you could say it's a different way of reading. Its quirky, english humour, Brigit Jones - minus the language - meets Dickens meets Maeve Binchy, and will go to approx 70,000 wds. (34,000 at present)

Intergalatic Bookworm said...

The series that I have been recomending is The Yada Yada Yada Prayer Group by Neta Jackson. Not only is it set in the North side of Chicago (I know alot of the places the stories talk about (Even though Oak Lawn borders Chicago on the Southwest side), but the charaters are so believable, I want to meet every one of them. This is a series that you have to read in order. The other author I like alot is Liz Curtis Higgs.

Do you know of any good book blogs and Christian blogs? I wish that we could do a search on Blogger. Is this possible? If so, where?

I have a new blog address, because I lost my Gmail account. It is:

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