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Good Morning!

We have a tremendous Thursday morning treasure trove of titles for you today! There is a big emphasis on LOVE as we see Valentine’s Day approaching. Titles include “He is My Life: Living to Love Others as Jesus Did” by Debbie Alsdorf, “How To Really Love Your Child” by D. Ross Campbell, the “Strength Based Marriage” co-authored by Jimmy Evans and Alan Kelsey, “Love Is A Decision” by Gary Smalley, “The 66 Love Letters” by Dr Larry Crabb, “Joni & Ken: The Untold Love Story” and many more!

May the love of our Lord Jesus surround your heart and mind today!

In His Mighty Grip,

Stasia

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173 Comments

  1. Valerie Cross

    I prefer nonfiction, but can get lost in a good piece of fiction every now and then.

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    • Stasia

      Me too! God bless you.

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    • Alicia

      Agreed!!

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    • Charla Pinnow

      I agree with you.

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    • Margie

      Love all types of styles.

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    • Cindy Roper

      I agree Valerie. Although often I have one of each going at the same time.

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      • Stasia

        I usually have a few books open at the same time. God bless you!

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    • Melissa

      I agree

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    • Deb Skibbe

      Fiction first then non-fiction

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    • Beverly

      I used to just read fiction, but about 5 years ago I go an itch and have been loving study.

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  2. Angieleigh Eads

    I have come to love a mixture of nonfiction and fiction books. Especially Bible studies or inspirational books by Jen Hatmaker, Ann VosKamp, Sarah Bessey, Lysa TerKeurst, Lisa Jo Baker, etc. I also have a deep abiding love for historical romance (both Christian and non-Christian), especially if it’s centered on the Old West, mail order brides, and Alaska. I also love all things Amish, and not just because I moved to Amish country two years ago. Their culture is inspiring.

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    • Stasia

      Thank you for sharing this Angieleigh, I was just looking at some great deals in Historical Fiction. I visited several Amish areas and loved it. God bless you.

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  3. Kim Rojak

    I like fiction

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  4. Andrea Schuler

    Hoping to win the $150 Amazon gift card!  

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    • Stasia

      Good luck and God bless you!

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      • Kay B

        I prefer non fiction but read fiction sometimes also. Thank you for this chance to win, I missed out on the Breaking Free study because I couldn’t buy the book right now since my husband had a stroke and is off work.

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        • Stasia

          Oh Kay, Praying for you both today. God bless you.

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  5. Cami

    I prefer fiction, although I also enjoy the occasional non-fiction book. I am thankful to LifeVerse Books for providing a daily list of books to choose from.

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    • Stasia

      Thank you Cami, I love searching for all those good deals. I am actually putting a list together now. 😉

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  6. Gina Rampy

    I prefer non-fiction but also love to occasionally read fiction.

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  7. Noelle

    Non fiction preferred and thank you for giving us a chance to win

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    • Stasia

      I love hosting Giveaways!

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  8. Deanna Wiiseburn

    I like both depending on my mood. I read a lot of nonfiction but sometimes I get burned out and binge on fiction to replenish before going at it again.

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    • Stasia

      Book Burn Out?

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  9. Wendy

    I am a non fiction reader

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  10. Amanda

    I love fiction, but gain so much from non fiction that I really try to read more of them.

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    • Stasia

      That is definitely me. I love to learn.

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  11. Laura Morrison

    I feel both, fiction and non fiction books add richness to my life. Thank you for offering this gift card opportunity.

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    • Stasia

      Hi Laura, I agree… Books make me feel rich. I have lived in so many poor places where people cannot read and there are no libraries. Reading is one of the most important gifts we can give ourselves and our children. God, Faith and Family as well as the Love of learning. God bless you, Stasia

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  12. Tara T

    I love both fiction and non-fiction..I love to read to learn, but sometimes I just need a good “get lost in the story” kind of book.

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    • Stasia

      Me too…. What is your favorite ‘get lost in the story’ story?

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  13. Jackie

    Love both fiction and non-fiction – fav is historical fiction – sort of combines both, right?

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  14. Andrea

    I prefer non-fiction.

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  15. Emily Smith

    I prefer fiction, but I have read some non-fiction books that I loved.

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  16. Hannah

    I prefer non fixtion

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  17. Cathy

    I prefer non-fiction.

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  18. Bethany

    I love both fiction and non-fiction, but lately have been reading more non-fiction!

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  19. Carla

    I like them both. I can easily get loss in the fiction world but also love knowing the truth of non fiction.

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  20. Janice

    I prefer non-fiction at this point in my life. I have recently begun online Bible studies thanks in part to Women’s Bible Cafe! It gives me much pleasure. I am also reading the Bible more and watching TV less!

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    • Stasia

      Welcome Janice, I am one of the Co-Directors of the Womens Bible Cafe. It is so nice to see you here. God bless you, Stasia

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  21. Ellen Graves

    If it’s a Christian genre book I prefer nonfiction; otherwise I prefer fiction.

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  22. Nicole

    Such great books! Thank you for sharing these! I prefer nonfiction but enjoy fiction every now and then 🙂

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    • Stasia

      Dear Nicole, Thank you for taking the time to share that. I read more non-fiction than fiction. I love Gift From the Sea, have you ever read it? I actually enjoy the audible more. I am listening to The Magnolia Story AGAIN this week. God bless you, Stasia

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  23. Teryl

    I love both and cannot choose. God speaks to me more in the nonfiction but I can relax and unwind with fiction. I am thankful for both and love lifeversebooks.org.

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    • Stasia

      Dearest Teryl, You made my night. Thank you for sharing that. Who is your favorite author? What kind of fiction do you enjoy. I do not like thriller fiction, I post them because I know there are those who enjoy it. Because we were captured in the jungle while we were serving on the mission field years ago, I am sensitive to some themes. I do like adventure and spy-type books. I love Amelia Peabody however, she is not officially inspirational so I have not shared them on the page. God bless you, Stasia

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  24. Kim

    Depends on my mood!

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  25. Katy

    I prefer a mix of fiction and non fiction. Both suit my needs! I love fiction based on non fiction history!

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    • Stasia

      Do you like those Historical Fiction Books? Which era do you enjoy? God bless you, Stasia

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  26. Vickie

    I prefer non-fiction, but there is some fiction I like … Charles Martin is a favorite non-fiction.

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    • Stasia

      Hi Vickie, Thank you for sharing. A lot of people love Charles Martin and honestly, I have not read his books yet. Can you recommend one good one for me? God bless you, Stasia

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  27. Melinda Benn

    I really enjoy reading both fiction and non-fiction. However, when I really want to relax I read fiction.

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    • Stasia

      Dear Melinda, you are a gem. I feel the same. Sometimes I need to get lost in a good story. God bless you, Stasia

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  28. Jennifer

    I really like both fiction and nonfiction books. It depends on what kind of mood I’m in, whether I will read one or the other.

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    • Stasia

      That is so true… sometimes I want to listen to a good book and learn something. Other times, I want to feel the pages while I read a good story. It depends on the weather and my mood. God bless you, Stasia

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  29. Donita phillips

    I usually go fo nonfiction, but when I truly want to relax and not think to much nonfiction is my go to.

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    • Stasia

      Hi Donita, I love a good story as well. God bless you, Stasia

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  30. Sandy Edwards

    i am more of a fiction reader.

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  31. Kay Morris

    I prefer fiction when I’m not doing a particular Bible study. Absolutely love to read.

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    • Stasia

      Hi Kay, are you in our Bible Studies at the Womens Bible Cafe? I am one of the Co-Directors and I have been with the WBC since 2010. I LOVE IT! God bless you, Stasia

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  32. Kelly

    I like them both!

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  33. Lisa G

    I prefer fiction but I know I learn important things when I read non-fiction.

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    • Stasia

      Yes, Lisa… I love to listen to a good book that will teach me something. God bless you.

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  34. Danielle

    I love true stories based on real life so non fiction.

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    • Stasia

      Danielle, We are missionaries and I have a few great stories on my website. If you ever want to read one, let me know and I will post it on the LifeVerse Face Book Page. YES I love true stories and biographies best. God bless you, Stasia

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  35. Lorrie Barela

    I enjoy reading fiction and non fiction. I just love reading!

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    • Stasia

      Kindred spirits! God bless you Lorrie!

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  36. Tammy Lewis

    I prefer non-fiction….but also love a good fiction to just get lost and not have to think sometimes.

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    • Stasia

      I agree. I big cup of tea and a good book. Nearly heaven.

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  37. Carrie

    I love fiction – I like getting lost in a story and going to other places!!

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    • Stasia

      Me too. God bless you.

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  38. Christine

    I prefer fiction …it is a 70/30 split. I am so grateful for all of both genres you have! Thank you!!!

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    • Stasia

      Thank you Christine, I was hoping by hosting this Giveaway to get some good feedback on what everyone is looking for in inspirational books. Thank you for sharing.

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  39. Maureen Caron

    I’m a non-fiction reader.

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  40. Gloria Shoffield-Villarreal

    I prefer nonfiction in the Christian book genre. Everything else, I like fiction.

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  41. Sue Ricker

    I think I should just want to read non-fiction, but sometimes I just want to relax and read fiction!

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    • Stasia

      Me too! I love to dig into a good story once and a while. 😉

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  42. Natalie Ten Brink

    I like fiction, but mix it up at times with non-fiction.

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  43. Becki Newell

    I prefer nonfiction – devotionals, studies, and learning! 🙂

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  44. Joyce Tyson

    I probably download and read more non-fiction but love fiction as well.

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  45. Charlotte Bowen

    Either! Love books!

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  46. LANE BURNETT

    Nonfiction

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  47. Polly Schneider

    I like both fiction and non-fiction. I always have so much to read I’ll be 100 till I get done. Lol. I look forward to your post everyday. Thanks for your hard work in finding these great books for us.

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    • Stasia

      Thank You Polly for sharing. One can never have enough good books. God bless you, Stasia

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  48. Jennifer

    I preferred fiction but I’ve changed my book reading preferences since walking closer with God. I now prefer non-fiction but would like to see what Christian fiction has to offer.

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    • Stasia

      There are some wonderful Christian Fiction books out there. God bless you.

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  49. Tini Tadeo-Castillo

    As long as it is a piece that hits close to home, fiction or non-fiction, I’m on it 🙂 A good book speaks to your heart and for sure, it’s one you won;t be able to put down.

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    • Stasia

      Oh that is so true…

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  50. Katherine

    A little of both

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  51. Diane O

    I prefer non fiction books, although I do occasionally read a fiction book. Thanking you and all the other wonderful participants so very much for making this amazing giveaway a reality. God bless you all!

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    • Stasia

      Thank you for sharing Diane, God bless you

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  52. Cindy Smith

    It depends on what mood I’m in! I usually have one (or two) of each going so I always have something to read regardless of my mood. 🙂 Besides the fact that there are so many great books I want to read.

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    • Stasia

      So true! God bless you…

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  53. Linda Neely

    I like a balance of the two though I can usually read two fiction for every nonfiction I read.

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  54. Kathleen W

    I enjoy both fiction and non-fiction. Lately I read a lot more non-fiction because it is more relaxing for me… and I need all the help relaxing I can get.

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    • Stasia

      I understand that… I have 6 children, run a busy mission ranch as well as go to school full-time.
      God bless you.

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  55. Linda Lofton

    I love fiction and nonfiction. Depends on if I’m pleasure reading or reading for information.

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  56. Tricia

    I prefer fiction at this time, although I am also drawn to the non-fiction as well. It fact, considering all, I think I am a healthy mixture of both, since I continually have a fiction and a non-fiction book going!

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  57. Helen Ernst

    There was a season in my life when I read a lot of fiction, but I have found most “Christian” fiction to have repetitive plots without the grace of excellent writing style. Now if I feel the need of fiction, I’ll listen to a classic such as Charles Dickens on Audiobooks. My great joy is reading missionary biographies and other cross-cultural life stories. I have found late in life how narrow my American perspective is and I hunger to see more of how the Holy Spirit leads people in applying Gospel truths in other cultures. Missionary biographies give me an early glimpse of Rev 7:9 After this I looked, and there was a great crowd that no one could number. They were from every nation, tribe, people, and language.

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    • Stasia

      Oh I think I have found a kindred-reading spirit. I love missionaries biographies, being a missionary myself. God bless you.

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  58. Teresa Vinyard

    Such a hard question, I love both. But I guess at this point in life I prefer nonfiction so I can continue growing as a Christian.

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  59. Nicole Colletti

    I love non fiction books but also enjoy reading fiction! Depends on what I’m in the mood to read!

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  60. Sheri Price

    Fiction is my preference but I’ve made myself temper it with non-fiction. I lead a book club in the summer and purposefully choose one fiction, one non-fiction and one missionary/biography (which is non-fiction but not a “self-help” type of non-fiction) to stretch myself and those who are in the group. I’ve downloaded many books from this site! Thanks for doing it!

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    • Stasia

      Hi Sheri, so glad you are enjoying these books. God bless you, Stasia

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  61. Melissa

    I prefer fiction and an occasional non-fiction every now and then.

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  62. Steph

    Non fiction Christian!

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  63. April

    I am a nonfiction kinda gal.

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  64. Sha-Nay

    I prefer Non-Fiction but have a few Fiction on my bookshelf!

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  65. Catherine Sears

    Nonfiction! If it’s theology that’s even better.

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  66. Frances

    Fiction

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  67. Irene Liu

    Non-fiction for me!

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  68. Marla Schwartz

    What I choose to read really depends on my mood. I’m a lover of fiction (mystery, sci-fi, and thriller) and a lover of non-fiction (anecdotal, biography, teaching, biblical). When I want to wind down, a good book always does the trick.

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    • Stasia

      I am the same way. It depends on my mood and how I am feeling. God bless you.

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  69. Sarah

    I prefer fiction but enjoy the odd non fiction book

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  70. Beth

    Both!

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  71. Kim

    I prefer non fiction

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  72. Gale

    I really prefer fiction but I read both

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  73. Gina Karas

    I love both fiction and non-fiction.

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  74. Lisa Villanueva

    I like both, but definitely into anything Christian related.

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  75. Theresa

    I prefer fiction.

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  76. Ashley Neal

    I like a good amount of both. I prefer fiction over nonfiction, but I think a healthy dose of each keeps us in check.

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    • Stasia

      I agree with you. God bless you.

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  77. Sonya Simms

    I prefer non-fiction. I would like to start reading more fiction.

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  78. Beth

    In the past I preferred fictional books but I m beginning to appreciate a good non fiction book.

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  79. stacy

    Non-Fiction reader here.

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  80. Joy Chiasson

    I learn more from non fiction. How did our brothers and sisters find a deeper walk with God? It’s like finding the method of
    “SOAP” to be beneficial to Bible Study for my life. It brought out the Words of God to heart in a fresh way.

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  81. Lisa

    I enjoy non-fiction and fiction pretty equally. I always heave at least one of each going at a time. 🙂

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  82. Leslie Bush

    I usually have a couple going at the same time. Fiction and nonfiction

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  83. Nanette Edmonds

    Hi! I prefer non-fiction, but do read a lot of fiction books too. Love bible studies and cozy mysteries… Thank you for the opportunity to win the Amazon giveaway! ?☺️

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    • Stasia

      God bless you Nanette!

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  84. Teresa Moore

    I really prefer to read non fiction books.

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  85. Rachelle S

    Both!! I need different things at different times.

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  86. Dutchess

    As a rule I prefer non-fiction but I occasionally go for fiction – it’s a simple way to vacay!

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    • Stasia

      Hello Dutchess! God Bless you…

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  87. Lisa

    Non-fiction, but I read an occassional fiction book if someone reccomends a good one.

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  88. Donna

    Non-Fiction is preferred because I have an opportunity to look at things from other perspectives. I learn so much.

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  89. Sarah Biggins

    I love non fiction! Every once in awhile I will read a good fiction.

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  90. Rainbow Zoyiopoulos

    I prefer fiction. A non fiction book is great too!

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  91. Melissa Smallwood

    I read mostly non-fiction and that’s what I write as well but occasionally curl up with a good fiction book and a hot cup of coffee.

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  92. Bailee keele

    I prefer non fiction, with the occasional fiction 🙂

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  93. Patti P

    I love a mixture of both fiction and non-fiction.

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  94. Sarah

    I prefer non fiction but a good biography can catch my attention.

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  95. Jessica Ables

    Non fiction

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  96. Michelle Brunner

    Both have a place for me, but the balance is definitely tipped towards fiction!

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  97. Bridgette

    I prefer non fiction when it comes to spiritual growth:)

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  98. Sharon Irwin

    Both

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  99. Jill Crone

    A good read is a good read no matter what type of book it is! I enjoy reading both Fiction and Non-fiction.

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  100. Halina

    I enjoy both. Fiction if I just want to relax and non fiction when I’m looking to learn about a subject.

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  101. Kathy

    I like both, depending on my mood.

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  102. Renae

    I like both! It just depends on the topic:)

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  103. Lisa Villanueva

    I like both just depends on my mood.

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  104. Zafella Johnson

    I loved fiction books when I was younger but now I love non-fiction more than fiction. Reading Christian non-fiction books has been an eye-opening and encouraging for my soul.

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  105. Sherri

    I prefer non-fiction

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  106. Tiffany

    Fiction!!

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  107. Joey Gafford

    Non-fiction

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  108. Katie Adkins

    I have always been a Nonfiction reader when it comes to Christian books; but, I would like to venture into the Fiction world. I just don’t like a lot of romance fiction. I like realistic fiction that involve more historical events or ones that involve perspective from culture, politics, etc.

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  109. Tina Watkins

    I love them both but I read nonfiction more!

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  110. Melissa

    Nob fiction.

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  111. Karen

    I prefer non fiction

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  112. Christine

    I have no preference,like both fiction and nonfiction

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  113. Linda

    I prefer non fiction , but i will enjoy a fiction accasionally ?

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  114. Jennifer Strohpaul

    I love non fiction.

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  115. Loretta

    I love both. I am a true book worm!!

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  116. Alishea Sutton

    Lately, I prefer non-fiction because I’m more interested in life stories and personal journies.

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  117. Kathy

    I like both fiction and non-fiction, depending on my mood.

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  118. Julie A.

    I have read fiction books but prefer non-fiction stories.

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  119. Julie A.

    I have read fiction books but I prefer non-fiction stories.

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  120. Amber Dodson

    I prefer non fiction books

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  121. Cathy

    Enjoy both. Preference is non fiction.
    Excited to add new books to my library!

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  122. Sue

    Fiction

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  123. Kristi Mercer

    Lately I’ve been preferring non-fiction

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  124. Sherry

    Both! Just not enough time to read all that i would like to☺

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  125. Donna Huffman

    Previously I have mostly read fiction but recently I have enjoyed some non-fiction, especially Bible studies.

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  126. CathyJo

    I like it as real as can be.

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