I approached this book with apprehension and not a little anxiety. I am a woman who avoids painful things. I don’t watch Hallmark movies. I rarely watch the news. I don’t read books about tragic love stories (I loathed Romeo and Juliet), and I leave the room when the sad puppies in their lonely kennels pop… Continue reading where i end
Click here to purchase your copy. About the Book Book title: A Name Unknown Author: Roseanna M. White Release date: July 4, 2017 Genre: Historical Romance She’s Out to Steal His Name. Will He Steal Her Heart Instead? Rosemary Gresham has no family beyond the band of former urchins that helped her survive as a… Continue reading A Name Unknown + Recipe!
So I have mentioned before (multiple times) that I am just not a daily devotional type of gal. Call it a lack of discipline or motivation, or maybe I’m ADD after-all, but I just get bored with them. The exception to this rule so far, is the Beautiful Word Devotional. I am not great at reading it every… Continue reading 100 Favorite Bible Verses
Whirligig: Keeping the Promise by Richard Buxton Publication Date: April 22, 2017 Ocoee Publishing eBook & Paperback; 496 Pages Series: Shire’s Union, Book One Genre: Fiction/Historical The first novel from multi-award winning short-story writer Richard Buxton, Whirligig is at once an outsider’s odyssey through the battle for Tennessee, a touching story of impossible love, and… Continue reading Whirligig: Keeping the Promise
A couple years back, I started seeing this beautiful, brightly colored book all over social media entitled Make it Happen by Lara Casey. After reading some of the blog posts on the book, as well as checking out all things Lara Casey related, I decided to give the book a go. (So did my dear friend, Shelby.… Continue reading Cultivate
Click here to purchase. About the Book Book title: The Girl Who could See Author: Kara Swanson Release date: June 1, 2017 Genre: Science Fiction/Urban Fantasy/Young Adult All her life Fern has been told she is blind to reality—but, what if she is the only one who can truly see? Fern Johnson is crazy. At… Continue reading The Girl Who Could See
More often than not, I enjoy the books that I have the privilege of reviewing. On occasion, a book falls into my hands that hits me soul-deep. But sometimes? Sometimes I land on a gold mine, and the author hits me soul-deep, too. Which is exactly the case with Anna Belfrage. I first discovered Ms.… Continue reading A Rip in the Veil