Today, we’re getting to know Kate Motaung by her shelf:
Kate Motaung is the author of A Place to Land: A Story of Longing and Belonging, Influence: Building a Platform that Elevates Jesus (Not Me), A Start-Up Guide for Online Christian Writers, and Letters to Grief. She is the host of Five Minute Friday, an online community that encourages and equips Christian writers, and the owner of Refine Services, a company that offers writing and editing services. Kate and her South African husband have three children. Find Kate at Heading Home, Five Minute Friday, or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
In this episode, Kate and I chat about the bookish assignment that made her hate reading, the book that inspired her to restart her book A Place to Land as a memoir, mint chocolate chip ice cream, and so much more.
Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls (Kindle)
Surprised by Motherhood by Lisa Jo Baker (Kindle)
Atlas: Finding Home in the Last Place I Thought to Look by Emily T. Wierenga (Kindle)
Making It Home: Finding My Way to Peace, Identity, and Purpose by Emily T. Wierenga (Kindle)
The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas (Kindle)
Born a Crime by Trevor Noah (Kindle)
We Hope for Better Things by Erin Bartels (Kindle)
Love Letters to Writers by Andi Cumbo-Floyd (Kindle)
The One Thing by Gary Keller with Jay Papasan (Kindle)
I Call You Mine by Kim de Blecourt (Kindle)
Control Girl by Shannon Popkin (Kindle)
Glorious Weakness by Alia Joy (Kindle)
All Manner of Things by Susie Finkbeiner (Kindle)