15 Book Titles that Make You Want to Sing!
In honor of my latest release, I’ve compiled a list of 15 Christian Fiction books that have a form of the words “song” or “sing” in the title, and I talk about a few of them below. Here they are!
- Songs for a Sunday by Heather Norman Smith
- Like a Love Song by Camille Eide
- Sing in the Sunlight by Kathleen Denly
- Sing by Lisa Bergren
- When Silence Sings by Sarah Loudin Thomas
- When You Sing a Love Song by Staci Stallings
- Song of Silence by Cynthia Ruchti
- Ezekiel’s Song by Jennifer Jennings
- The Songs that Could Have Been by Amanda Wen
- Home Song by Katherine Spencer
- A Note Yet Unsung by Tamera Alexander
- Night Songs by Jennifer Sienes
- Miriam’s Song by Jill Eileen Smith
- Freedom’s Song by Kim Vogel Sawyer
- All for a Song by Allison Pitman
So many of these books have excellent reviews! I wish I had time to read them all.
Two of the titles that really stand out to me are Song of Silence by Cynthia Ruchti and Sing in the Sunlight by Kathleen Denly, in part because these are so similar to my title, Songs for a Sunday. I love the alliteration!
The Songs that Could Have Been by Amanda Wen is a fantastic book! When I read it, I knew I wanted Amanda to consider endorsing Songs for a Sunday, because I admired her work so much, and because her book has a strong music theme like mine. She was so gracious to oblige.
When Silence Sings by Sarah Loudin Thomas is on my TBR list (to be read.) Last year, I read The Finder of Forgotten Things by her, and I really enjoyed it. I also love that she writes about the state she grew up in–West Virginia–the same way I write about North Carolina (where I think Sarah actually lives now!)
Now that I’ve thought about it more, I should probably read Song of Silence and When Silence Sings back-to-back. I’d love to find out what they might have in common!
Which of these “singing” books have you read? What are other similar titles?