Open Discussion: Summer Reading Challenge -Week 2

We’re moving along with our reading challenge.

More books on the blog to consider adding to your list. Check out the spoiler-less review of Though I Stumble by Kim Cash Tate and the book spotlight of The Cowboy’s Faith by Danica Favorite.

Share your progress below. We’d love to hear how you’re doing.

Happy reading!


3 thoughts on “Open Discussion: Summer Reading Challenge -Week 2

  1. I’m late to the party — is it too late to join in? And I have a question — are we only looking at books with ethnically diverse heroines or heroes? Or would books with strong secondary people of colour count as well — as long as they have a large presence and intricate part to play in the plot? I’m thinking of a women’s fiction book I just read where there are four pov characters but only one is Black however the book deals with racial tension as well. I never know when I’m reviewing if I should count a book like that as diverse.


    1. Hi, Kav! No, it is not too late to join. Please join us. Yes, we are only looking at Christian fiction with ethnically diverse heroes or heroines (PS, if you are talking about No One Ever Asked by Katie Ganshert, that is a great book to include in the challenge).


  2. Okay — I’m in…have to figure out how many books to read….Just from now until the end of August, right? I’ll say 8 but I’m hoping it will be more.

    The book I was talking about is A Silken Thread by Kim Vogel Sawyer. I don’t think I saw Solace of Water by Elizabeth Byler Younts on your list of diverse reads — if I missed it, sorry — but it’s a great women’s fiction read.


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