Till We Have Faces Read-Along || Kick-Off

Hello, everyone!

Just a reminder that the Till We Have Faces read-along is officially starting today!  This week, January 3-10, we'll be reading chapters 1-7 of Part 1.  I'll plan to do my first recap post on the 10th. 😊

Happy reading!


  1. Yay!! I was wondering how much to read, haha! I'm so excited!

  2. I'm sorry I won't be able to take part in this, Olivia, but I hope you all have fun!!

  3. Just finished That Hideous Strength yesterday & started on Till We Have Faces today.

  4. I thought I would fall behind but I'm already on Chapter 6! (That happened one night by the light of my pocket torch. ;) ) Can't wait to read everyone's thoughts!

  5. Oh my word! This post just made me SO HAPPY! I love this book! By far my favorite. It warms my heart to think that so many people are going to be reading it.

    1. I don't know why I'm showing up as "Unknown," but this is Kate. ;)

    2. Kate! Yaysies! Ack, I know. This is definitely one of my tip-top favorites; I'm so excited to be reading it with other people. :D

  6. Hello! I'm very excited to inform everyone that I'm completely cured from my HSV 1&2 recently. I have used Oregano oil, Coconut oil, Acyclovir, Valacyclovir, Famciclovir, and some other products and it's really help during my outbreaks but I totally got cured from my HSV with a strong and active herbal medicine ordered from a powerful herbalist and it completely fought the virus from my nervous system and I was tested negative after 12 days of using the herbal medicine. I'm here to let y'all know that herpes virus has a complete cure, I got rid of mine with the help of Dr Edes and his herbal exploit. Contact him via email: dredeshome@gmail.com or +2348151937428 Or visit his website; https://dredesherbal.webs.com


Post a Comment

Comments make my day. Seriously. I'd be so happy if you commented. :)

I've gotten really bad about replying in a timely manner, but it's always my intention to do so eventually. (Even though it doesn't always happen. ;))

Popular posts from this blog

My take on the Elsie Dinsmore series.

Romeo and Juliet (2013) {review}

Christian Purity: Things That (Apparently) Need to Be Said