NOVEMBER BOOKS OF THE MONTH
Roger Sidebottom weaves his path of destruction through society leaving both broken bones and broken hearts in his wake.
Choosing Spain on which to inflict himself, Roger and his new bride, Mary, buy a small hotel in the sun.
The townspeople of Alcasa soon come to realise why he made so many enemies in England. The failed Armada pales in comparison!
Roger makes enemies of everyone, but merely adds to his wealth as the citizens of Alcasa join together to rid themselves of the redheaded scourge.
Roger and Mary return to England, setting themselves up as the aristocratic owners of Cunningbarry Manor.
But will England be able to survive a second onslaught from the ginger haired demon?
“SAVING THE EVERGREENS” by Author, Maretha Botha
“MENNONITE DAUGHTER” by Author, Marian Beaman
(Biographies & Memoirs)
What if the Mennonite life young Marian Longenecker chafed against offered the chance for a new beginning? What if her two Lancaster County homes with three generations of family were the perfect launch pad for a brighter future? Readers who long for a simpler life can smell the aroma of saffron-infused potpie in Grandma’s kitchen, hear the strains of four-part a capella music at church, and see the miracle of a divine healing.
Follow the author in pigtails as a child and later with a prayer cap, bucking a heavy-handed father and challenging church rules. Feel the terror of being locked behind a cellar door. Observe the horror of feeling defenseless before a conclave of bishops, an event propelling her into a different world.
Fans of coming-of-age stories will delight in one woman’s surprising path toward self-discovery, a self that lets her revel in shiny red shoes.
Each month there will be 3 different genres profiled so that members have a variety of choices to choose from. There will be an additional book profile for a RWISA member listed here each month, as well.
You may also select a PAST BOOK OF THE MONTH selection to review, which would also count towards your 4 purchase/reads/reviews per year.