Midweek Morsel: Current Book Wish-List


It’s been awhile since we’ve talked books, hasn’t it? No better time to remedy that than the beginning of summer. Everyone needs a few good books to read when summer comes, especially when we take time for breaks from our regular routines.

So let’s get specific and talk wish-lists. Even though we’ve probably got some good books waiting for us in our to-read piles, whether on our bedside tables or our Kindles, let’s talk about the ones we don’t have copies of yet but wish we did—you know, the ones we can’t wait to get our hands on, especially ones from authors we’ve thoroughly enjoyed before.

Here is my current short book wish-list:

  1. Yankee in Atlanta by Jocelyn Green. Just released June 1st. Have loved her Heroines Behind the Lines series.
  2. The Hatmaker’s Heart by Carla Stewart. Just released June 3rd. Carla specializes in nostalgia—in times gone by. And who doesn’t like indulging in nostalgia?
  3. A Memory Between Us by Sarah Sundin. This is the second in the Wings of Glory series. I’ve read the first and have the third but need to snag this one before reading the third.

I’m keeping the list here short—after all this is supposed to be a Midweek Morsel, right?! (If you’re interested in others I’d like, see my note below.) May we all be refreshed by some relaxing summer reading!

“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven:” Ecclesiastes 3:1

*What’s on your current book wish-list?

*If you’d like to see other books I’d like to snag some day, check out my Books I Want to Read board on Pinterest. If you’d like to see some of my recommendations, check my recommendations page here on my website and/or my Books Worth Reading board on Pinterest.

*Photo by Neo_II, Creative Commons License


  1. I’m currently reading “The Widow of Larkspur Inn” by Lawana Blackwell. I’d love to follow up with the next book in the series.

  2. Just blazed through ‘Call The Midwife” – wow, Jennifer Worth was so adventuresome and brave in the 1950s in the very poorest part of London. Very interesting (although I could have skipped some of the birthing details)

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