29. One Heart at a Time by Delilah
A memoirish book of essays written by Delilah, the queen of nighttime dedication radio. It’s not a straightforward memoir in that it doesn’t tell a concrete story from beginning to end. She wanders even within chapters which makes you have to sort of piece together timelines. In that respect it’s a little confusing to read, but probably somewhat mimics how someone might tell a story. She is definitely a fascinating woman who has experienced a lot of hardship, but who also has an admirable and profound faith that she is constantly putting into action to help those in need. I give it a 7 out of 10.