Tag: Book Review

The Heir of Brownlie Manor

by Anita Stansfield Ahhh…Regency novels. You know I love it! (Well, ALMOST Regency. 1808 is close enough) Anita is a new author to me and I was pleasantly surprised. This book is from the point of view of both Thomas and Ruth. They are… Continue Reading “The Heir of Brownlie Manor”

Joyful Inspirations Coloring Book

by Robin Mead Yes, I am 38 years old. And, yes, I LOVE TO COLOR! I am so excited about Robin Mead’s new adult coloring book!! It’s full of fun pictures, Bible verses and inspirational quotes. As you can see here, some of the… Continue Reading “Joyful Inspirations Coloring Book”

At Love’s Bidding

by Regina Jennings First of all, you know its going to be a great book when the cover is so beautiful! Secondly, it’s Regina Jennings! Come on!! In this fun and offbeat story, Miranda Wimplegate is a proper Boston woman that heads out to… Continue Reading “At Love’s Bidding”

The Painter’s Daughter

Another great read by Julie Klassen! Check out my review and a link to the book here.

How do I rate my books?

There have been some people that ask me how I rate the books I review. As in, do I give everyone 5 stars? Do I give mean reviews? Well, let me explain… When I read a book, I look for much more than whether… Continue Reading “How do I rate my books?”

Jesus > Religion

by Jeff Bathke Youtube sensation overnight. Skeptical. Watched the video. Won over. I have heard much about Jeff Bethke and his “poem” on youtube. I finally got around to checking it out and I was so impressed. I thought that it was awesome to… Continue Reading “Jesus > Religion”

if you find this Letter: One Girl’s Journey to Find Purpose Through Hundreds of Letters to Strangers ~ a memoir

by Hannah Brencher When I first started this book, I was really nervous. I wasn’t sure what direction it was going to take. Hannah is telling about her move to NY, her uncertainty about God and her feeling lost and alone in the world.… Continue Reading “if you find this Letter: One Girl’s Journey to Find Purpose Through Hundreds of Letters to Strangers ~ a memoir”