Recently I read a book called Cultivate by Lara Casey. I absolutely flipping loved that book. It was a balm to the wounds of my heart and unbelievably encouraging. So when I saw Of Mess and Moxie up for review, I didn’t automatically reach for it. I love Jen Hatmaker, and thoroughly enjoyed her first book For the… Continue reading Of Mess and Moxie
Sarah’s Secret: A Western Tale of Betrayal and Forgiveness by Beverly Scott Publication Date: January 31, 2017 eBook & Paperback; 306 Pages Word Project Press Genre: Fiction/Historical/Western Follow the paths of Sarah and Will (or Sam) as they tell their stories of trust, secrets, and betrayal on the frontier in the old West. Their pioneer… Continue reading Spotlight: Sarah’s Secret
As most of you know (because I seriously can’t shut-up about it), I recently added a Kindle Paperwhite to my life. (His name is Leif, and my life is now complete.) As soon as I knew I was going to be purchasing a Kindle…and using it every single day…I had my fingers crossed that I would… Continue reading Aimerday Kindle Case
I have a slight addiction to reality shows about Alaska. Well, not an addiction, per say. More like a fascination. In today’s culture of noise and social media and busy schedules, seeing the slower, quieter pace of those living in the Alaskan wilderness never fails to grab my attention. One such show is “The Last Alaskans.”… Continue reading Braving It
DOES YOUR CHILD LOVE COMIC BOOKS? HOW ABOUT SUPER HEROES? Now is your chance to have DC and Marvel illustrator Sergio Cariello make your child’s dream come true! Parents! David C Cook is proud to introduce the newest book in the Action Bible collection: The Action Storybook Bible (coming October 2017). Pre-order The Action Storybook… Continue reading Super Hero Kids Giveaway with David C. Cook!
Not too long ago, I dug into a glorious book called A Rip in the Veil and quickly became obsessed. I not only finished it in record time, but fell crazy in love with the two main characters, Matthew and Alex. You can imagine my delight, I am sure (i.e. think little girl who’s been gifted with… Continue reading The Graham Saga, nos. 2-4
Obviously prayer has been on my mind, lately. I have picked up various books on the subject, spent time on various websites and studied various strategies. I’ve been settling into my prayer journal more and keeping better tabs with friends and family regarding their prayer requests. Because I really, really love prayer. The problem is, even after… Continue reading A Journey to Victorious Praying
Now and again, I enjoy popping onto YouTube to see what other book lovers are reading and discussing. One of my favorite things is when said BookTubers discuss books that others love, but they themselves just don’t click with. I always find it fascinating that the same book can resonate with one person, yet not… Continue reading Women Who Move Mountains
Okay, admittedly I am very late to the world of Kindle. For years, I have been a solid Nook supporter. My first eReader was a Nook, gifted to me from my parents for my birthday. I love that thing. It has been my constant reading companion and has gone with me everywhere! But then I happily… Continue reading Meet My Kindle!
The General’s Women by Susan Wittig Albert Publication Date: March 7, 2017 Persevero Press Formats: Hardcover, Paperback, eBook, & Audio Genre: Fiction/Historical/Biographical A compelling story of love, betrayal, and ambition by New York Times bestselling author Susan Wittig Albert, The General’s Women tells the story of two women–Kay Summersby and Mamie Eisenhower—in love with the same… Continue reading The General’s Women