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…

Salty, Bitter, Sweet | Book Review

What The Publishers Say About Salty, Bitter, Sweet A slow-burn romance in a cutthroat kitchen! There’s more to becoming a top chef for 17-year-old Isabella Fields than just not getting chopped … especially when the chances of things heating up with an intriguing boy and becoming a food star in the kitchen are both on…

100 Drives, 5000 Ideas

I know right now the world seems to be on lockdown and everyone is saying “Stay At Home” but we believe that this is temporary and when the cities and towns reopen, we’ll probably all be ready for some travel adventures, which is why  I am so happy the publishers asked me to read and…

The Road to Delano by John DeSimone | Book Review

What The Peer Reviewers Say about The Road to Delano “I truly enjoyed this fictional journey through labor history and the development of a young man’s conscience. Recommended.” ―Book Sirens “This whole story is an absolute triumph!” ―Thehauntedfae Book Blog “…a fast-paced thriller with a social conscience.” ―Online Book Club “The Road to Delano is…

One Little Lie by Coleen Coble | Book Review

What The Peer Reviewers Say about One Little Lie “Colleen Coble always raises the notch on romantic suspense, and One Little Lie is my favorite yet! The story took me on a wild and wonderful ride.” —Diann Mills, bestselling author What The Publishers Say about One Little Lie It started with one little lie. But Jane Hardy…

Eat Sleep Work Repeat by Bruce Daisley | Book Review

What The Peer Reviewers Say about Eat Sleep Work Repeat An important reminder of simple everyday practices to improve how we all work together, which will lead to greater team and individual happiness and performance. Great results will follow.”—Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and Square “With just 30 changes, you can transform your work experience…

The Blue Zones Kitchen by Dan Buettner | Book Review

I have been fascinated by the idea of Blue Zones since I first heard of them so when TLC Book Tours offered me an opportunity to review a compilation of Blue-Zone recipes, I didn’t just agree, I said Yes, Please! Modern-day explorer Dan Buettner and his colleagues at National Geographic, in deciding to study longevity, took…

The Wives by Tarry Fisher | Book Review 4/2020

One of my online book clubs selected The Wives as the January selection. Read more to see what the book is about and how I got on with it. Synopsis From The Publisher New York Times bestselling author Tarryn Fisher delivers a pulse-pounding, fast-paced suspense novel that will leave you breathless. A thriller you won’t…

Groomed | Book Review

Someone in your past sold you a false story about who you are and what you’re worth. It has been holding you back for too long. Take control of your future. A staggering one out of three women in America was a victim of sexual abuse at some point in her childhood. No matter how many…

Reading Women 2020

One of the reading challenges I am doing this year is this one organized by the ladies who run the Reading Women podcast. The Reading Women  challenge is designed to motivate readers to consciously choose more works by women authors and about subjects that are empowering to women.  As I read books that meet these prompts,…

My 2019 Reading Year

In this video, I share all the books I read in 2019 (click to watch). Looking at it this way, the diversity of books and the volume of titles seems amazing but it was a fun experience and I hope to do even better and read more great books in 2020. I hope you’ll join…

Read Harder 2020

One of the reading challenges I am doing this year is this one organized by TBR and posted on Book Riot’s site. The Read Harder challenge is designed to push almost any reader to try a variety of genres written by authors of different backgrounds As I read books that meet these prompts, I will…