- The Last Jihad, The Last Days, The Ezekiel Option, The Copper Scroll, by Joel C. Rosenberg. This fast-moving thrillers are the authors ideas of what might happen in coming days, based on the prophecies of Ezekiel 38-39. Some events in the novels eerily happened … AFTER the books were published. Rosenberg’s new book Epicenter, explains what is happening in the Middle East and how it corresponds with the prophecies.
- Strong Women Stay Young by Miriam E. Nelson, PhD., with Sarah Wernich, PhD. Outlines the benefits of strength training, finding the proper equipment, and details of a twice-a-week routine. Nelson has also written Strong Women, Strong Bones; Everything You Need to Know to Prevent, Treat, and Beat Osteoporosis.
- A Year in Provence, French Lessons, Acquired Tastes, by Peter Mayle. Easy-to-read books that will provide you a brief escape to living in France, discovering the best food in France, and searching the world for the best caviar, hat, shoes, and other luxuries.
- Catering to Nobody, Dying for Chocolate, The Last Suppers, and more, by Diane Mott Davidson. The main character in these murder mysteries is a caterer, and some of her recipes are included in each book. My favorite brownie recipe comes from the book Dying for Chocolate.