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The Lie and the Lady by Kate Noble

The Lie and the Lady by Kate Noble

I’ve always admired a woman who was able to get her way, not by forcing people to do what she wanted but by convincing them that they were really doing what they wanted to do. Women of the Victorian era had that ability. A smile, the touch of a hand, in many cases, these had …

Ellie the Wienerdog: It’s Hard to be Good

Ellie the Wienerdog: It's Hard to be Good

Ellie the Wienerdog hit it right on with the life lesson of trying to be good but it being hard. Having three children, I know all about life’s little temptations that they encounter every single day. My son is always telling me that it’s hard to stay good all day long. I tell him that …

A True Pessimist by Alan Chains Book Review

A True Pessimist by Alan Chains

This weekend has been super busy but I wanted to take a quick break and relax with something lighthearted and easy to read. I love reading short stories because I can start and finish them while I’m enjoying a cup of coffee. A True Pessimist by Alan Chains was the perfect short story. This post …

The Best Dystopian Love Stories to Curl Up With

The Best Dystopian Love Stories to Curl Up With

One of my favorite genres of books is dystopian fiction. I love reading about what might happen in the future if things fall apart or a catastrophe happens. Since Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, I’ve been searching for the best dystopian love stories to read. The Best Dystopian Love Stories to Curl Up …

The Newsmakers by Lis Wiehl

The Newsmakers by Lis Wiehl

It’s been too long since I’ve had time to spend an afternoon on the couch with a good book. Now that the Christmas rush is over, I decided to spend a few hours with The Newsmakers by Lis Wiehl and I’m so glad I did. A book was provided for review, but the story is …

Pennies from Burger Heaven by Marcy McKay

Pennies from Burger Heaven by Marcy McKay

My daughter was nice enough to share her cold with me, and I’ve been recovering the past few days by taking it easy. Today, I decided to spend a few hours on the couch with a book I was sent for review. I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect with a title of “Pennies from …

The Midwife of Bethlehem by Shad Driggs

A product was provided for this post. The story is my own. The Midwife of Bethlehem Author: Shad Driggs ISBN-13: Genre: Fiction, Children’s Release: November 14, 2015 Publisher: The Cadence Group 32 pages Rebecca, the midwife of Bethlehem, is used to having her days and nights interrupted to help deliver babies. After all, she’s nearly …

Ted Dekker A.D. 33 A Novel

Ted Dekker A.D. 33 A Novel

Product provided. If you remember, a few months ago, I posted about a book I enjoyed by Ted Dekker called A.D. 30. I was very excited what I was asked to review the next book A.D. 33 A Novel.  I enjoyed the way that Ted Dekker wove a story in A.D. 30 so I knew …

The MUTTS Winter Diaries by Patrick McDonnell

The MUTTS Winter Diaries by Patrick McDonnell

This post has been sponsored, and a product was provided. I’ve always encouraged my kids to read. From as early as I can remember, either I was reading them a story or they were reading one themselves.  While my daughter could always be found with a novel, my son has always gravitated more toward comics …