Happy Monday! The purpose of memorable Monday is to showcase a book that you’ve read in the past and share how/why it has stuck with you. This week I’m featuring: This novel was absolutely amazing. There is also a sequel that I highly recommend. I sincerely hope the author comes out with more books, because … Continue reading Memorable Monday #18
Title: A Season to Dance Author: Patricia Beal Series: Stand-Alone Genre: Contemporary Fiction Publishing Date: May 9, 2017 About the Book: Ballerina Ana Brassfield has her path to the stage of the Met in New York and her future with fiancé Peter Engberg all figured out—until her first love, renowned German dancer Claus Gert, shows up … Continue reading A Season to Dance
Book Description Encourage your children’s sense of wonder and faith with I Can Only Imagine for Little Ones, inspired by the hit song by MercyMe. This delightful board book will capture your family’s childlike faith and imagination. I Can Only Imagine for Little Ones asks questions a child might ask about God and invites families … Continue reading I Can Only Imagine (For Little Ones)
Happy Friday! The book I'm featuring this week is: A Changed Agent By: Tracey J Lyons Amazon | Goodreads 1890's Adirondack Mountains New York State "My Trunk!" Elsie Mitchell watched in horror as her trunk fell off the over packed porter's wagon, spilling its contents onto the platform at the Albany train station. Uh oh, … Continue reading First Line Friday #23
This post isn’t for my fellow readers. We share the same struggles, like having way too many books that need to be read and yet still longing for our favorite authors to write a little bit faster.
No, I’m writing this for the people who wouldn’t classify themselves as dedicated readers, but who know and love at least one. If you’ve ever made a casual comment to a book lover and received an angry comeback, glare, or snarl accompanied by the reader clutching a book tighter and you don’t know why…read on. (If someone posted this on Facebook and tagged you…definitely read on.) Here are a few things you should never say to a true lover of books.
One: “You spend too much money on books.”
Listen, I get it. You’re advocating for a sensible book budget. But let’s start with the fact that the standard for “sensible” is probably…
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Happy Thursday! I am blessed to be a part of a group of bloggers who feel led to share a bit of encouragement each week from the Bible. We recognize that the source of our peace, strength, and security in this life comes from Jesus, and we aim to share that with our readers. Plus, … Continue reading His Encouragement #20
Title: Sold on a Monday Author: Kristina McMorris Series: Stand-Alone Genre: Historical Fiction (secular) Publishing Date: August 28, 2018 About the Book: A picture is worth a thousand words, but sometimes the story behind the picture is worth a thousand more… Philadelphia, 1931. A young, ambitious reporter named Ellis Reed photographs a pair of young … Continue reading Sold on a Monday