Currently Reading…

Why yes, I am an eclectic reader…

Cruel and Usual Punishment–written by a Muslim woman from Egypt, she tells the truth of what Islam is trying to accomplish through immigration and high birth rates. She tells the truth of what Islam really is–and it ISN’T a “religion of peace”. Islam is not only a religion — It is also a political and legal system. She tells the truth of how Muslim women are forced to live, what their law really allows to happen to them, how the law dehumanize women and girls, even baby girls, and what the Muslim agenda truly is. She tells this truth in spite of the fact that Islamic scholars agree that those who criticize Islam or choose to stop being Muslim should be executed.
I, for one, am grateful that she risks her life to publicly speak out, so we in the West can know the truth and act on it. You need to know too.
Amish Values for Your Family–I was sent a copy of this to review and one to give away–watch for the review and giveaway in a week! In the meantime, check out the author’s website for an even BIGGER giveaway, and an overview of the book.
From Dead to Worse–the eighth Sookie Stackhouse vampire novel–I would call these ‘beach reads’. Light, fluffy, adventure, romance, quippy, and of course, supernatural beings; what’s not to love? This series is definitely PG-13, but a lot of fun.
Bringing Up Girls–I thought I would give this Dr. Dobson book a go in spite of the underwhelming reviews on Amazon. So far, I agree with everything he has to say about how so many girls grow up not feeling lovely and how important dads are in their lives. So far, I agree with the problems girls are facing growing up in the 2010s one of which is how our culture over-sexualizes women, teens, and the newly invented “tween”. (I mean, have you seen the short shorts they are selling for 10 year olds!? Cover up your babies, ladies!) So far, it doesn’t seem like it’s going to be a lot of new information for me, but I think I’ll enjoy it.

2 thoughts on “Currently Reading…

  1. I think that would be an excellent book for me to read, as I am interested in what women do in those cultures…did you read "A Thousand Splendid Suns"? It was a touching story! I should also read some Dr Dobson, as my parents did and I feel they did a good job and I want to be sure to do the same with my girls…yes, Dads are very important!

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