Dream Big by Bob Goff | Book Review

What The Publishers Say About Dream Big From New York Times bestselling author Bob Goff, the creator of the popular Dream Big conferences, a wildly inspiring yet utterly practical blueprint for helping readers find and reach their biggest dreams. Bob Goff is on a mission to shake people into the version of their lives they dreamt about…

JD in the Kitchen: Indian Sweet Snacks by Jasmine Daya | Book Review

What The Publishers Say About JD In The Kitchen Jasmine Daya is a seasoned home cook who loves creating sweet treats while collaborating in the kitchen with her mother, Shan. In her third cookbook, Daya shares recipes for delicious Indian sweet snacks with East African influences that include almond halva (a special occasion dish), coconut…

Let Them Be Kids by Jessica Smartt | Book Review

What The Publishers Say About Let Them Be Kids As every parent hopes to raise kids with good manners and values, Jessica Smartt’s practical guide fills the gaps of uncertainty and provides tips on how parents can equip their children in purity, faith, and creativity. Former English teacher and homeschooling mother of three, Jessica Smartt…

Book Challenge by Erin 13.0

Happy July to you and with the start of the new month, is another reading challenge for me. This time, it’s Book Challenge by Erin 13.0 The general rules appear below: • The challenge runs from July 1, 2020 to October31, 2020. • Each book must be at least 200 pages long. Audio books are…

The Woman In The Green Dress | Book Review

A cursed opal, a gnarled family tree, and a sinister woman in a green dress emerge in the aftermath of World War I. After a whirlwind romance, London teashop waitress Fleur Richards can’t wait for her new husband, Hugh, to return from the Great War. But when word of his death arrives on Armistice Day,…

Carolina Breeze by Denise Hunter | Book Review

What The Publishers Say About Carolina Breeze A jilted bride. A struggling innkeeper. And a romantic mountain getaway that changes everything Rising Hollywood star Mia Emerson is looking for a safe place to land in the wake of a public breakup and celebrity scandal, and she finds it in the lake town of Bluebell, North…

Masquerade at Middlecrest Abbey by Abigail Wilson | Book Review

Publisher’s Synopsis  In this new Regency romance, Elizabeth knows she must protect her heart from the charm of her new husband, Lord Torrington. She is not, however, prepared to protect her life. When the widowed Lord Torrington agreed to spy for the crown, he never planned to impersonate a highwayman, let alone rob the wrong…

The Opposite of Certainty by Janine Urbaniak Reid | Book Review

What The Publishers Say About The Opposite of Certainty What happens when we can no longer pretend that the ground underfoot is bedrock and the sky above predictable? All Janine Urbaniak Reid ever wanted was for everyone she loved to be okay so she might relax and maybe be happy. Her life strategy was simple:…

Beyond Awkward Side Hugs by Bronwyn Lea | Book Review

What The Publishers Say About Beyond Awkward Side Hugs It Doesn’t Have to Be This Weird! When it comes to relationships between men and women, we have more questions than answers: How do we keep relationships with the opposite sex healthy—and still hug each other after small group? Is it possible for married men and…

The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren | Book Review

When a freebie queen tries to comp her wedding, she wins sub-par food and all the wedding guests get food poisoning, with the exclusion of the bride’s twin sister and the groom’s brother, who hate each other. Since they are too sick to make their honeymoon, a complimentary trip to Hawaii, they give the trip…

My Name Is Tani And I Believe In Miracles (Memoir) | Book Review

What The Publishers Say About My Name Is Tani Tani Adewumi didn’t know what Boko Haram was or why they had threatened his family. All he knew was that when his parents told the family was going to America, Tani thought it was the start of a great adventure rather than an escape. In truth,…

It’s Not Over by Joshua Gagnon | Book Review

How big is your dream? Is it a regular dream or is God-sized? In his book, It’s Not Over, pastor and church pioneer, Joshua Gagnon, shares his thoughts on how to recognize and pursue your God-sized dream: A God-sized dream is a compelling vision, goal, or longing that drives us toward something too big for…