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Top Ten 2023 Reads & a Giveaway

Check out this post of top 2023 #ChristianFiction reads and comment by Jan. 2 for a chance to win your choice of those listed. (US only) #amreading #giveaway


As a Jesus girl for more than thirty years, Deena Adams understands how important hope is to daily life, which fuels her passion to inspire others through hope-filled fiction based on true to life stories. She is represented by Tamela Hancock Murray of the Steve Laube Agency and is a multi-award-winning writer, an active ACFW member, and ACFW Virginia president. Connect with Deena through her website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


  • Stephanie

    I do track my books on Goodreads & Bookbub. I’ve read so many wonderful books this year. A couple of my favorite books this past year are Freedom’s Price by Pegg Thomas and The songbird of Hope Hill by Kim Vogel Sawyer. I haven’t read any books from this list yet, but several are still in my tbr pile. A Million Little Choices by Tamera Alexander seems to be the one I would want to read first!

  • Emily Moser

    I track on Goodreads.
    My favorite was The extraordinary deaths of Mrs Kip. And if I were you by Lynn Austin was my favorite this year.

  • Paula Shreckhise

    I have read and/or own all but three, those are:
    A Million Little Choices
    Indigo Isle
    Appalachian Song.
    Hard to decide which I want more!
    Guess I’ll go with Tamera Alexander’s A Million Little Choices.
    Some bery good books here!
    Happy New Year!

      • Michelle

        I’m just entering my “reading era”. I am planning to track what I read on goodreads as well as in my planner. Most of these are on my TBR list for next year but if I had to pick one it would be Appalachian Song. Thank you for the opportunity!

    • Deena Adams

      Wow, 175 books is incredible, Paula! That’s awesome.

      The three of my favorites you haven’t read are in my top five, so I hope you get to read them!

      • Maryann

        I keep track of my books on Goodreads. I read 30 this year. My favorite was In the Shadow of the River by Ann Gabhart. I would love to read Her Darkest Secret by Jessica Patch or A Million Little Choices by Tamera Alexander.

      • Heather S

        My books are tracked on Goodreads each year. I read Authentically Izzy and Appalachian Song which were 2 of my favorite 2023 reads. I’d love to win A Million Little Choices. It’s on my TBR list for sure.

  • Cherie J

    I do like to keep track of my reads. One of my favorite reads this year was Targeted by Lynette Eason, Lynn H. Blackburn and Natalie Walters. I haven’t read any of your favorites. Crossroads seems like it would be a great read.

    • Deena Adams

      I’ve seen lots of good comments about Targeted, Cherie. Maybe I’ll get to read it this year. Sounds like you’re a suspense fan. I love that genre, too.