Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Book Review: One Perfect Spring by Irene Hannon

I really loved this story.  It's the kind of story that touches your heart because you could really see a little girl writing a letter like happened here.  I thought the characters were well developed and I really felt like I could understand and know them. I also really got involved in the story and wanted to keep reading it to know what happened next. That is the kind of story that I like because I feel so engaged in it.



** I received this book free in exchange for my honest review.

Book Review: Fatal Exchange by Lisa Harris

I usually tend to like more romantic types of books, but I really enjoyed this. I really liked how the main characters got along.  Mason isn't Emily's favorite person, but they end of working together.  It's a crazy story and an even crazier relationship that develops between the two of them.  I will be looking more books up by Lisa Harris because she has a way of developing the characters and plot that I really enjoyed.



** I received this book free in exchange for my honest review.

Book Review: One More Last Chance by Cathleen Armstron

I really enjoyed this book.  I thought the characters were very well developed and the story was well thought out.  Both Sarah and Chris were on new paths in their lives and the story was very interesting as they meet and intermingle throughout the story.  I think this is a great book and you can enjoy it even if you haven't read the first book in the series.




** I received a copy of the book for free in exchange for an honest review.

Book Review: Finding Spiritual Whitespace by Bonnie Gray

We constantly think of needing to find space around our house for the items that we have.  This book is a great guide on helping us to find the whitespace that we need for our spiritual lives.  I often think that many years ago when there was less technology people often had more rest and better lives.  Now we don't seem to focus on the important things in life and we don't tend to take the time to rest when we need too.  In her book, Bonnie Gray, show us how we need to make that time in our lives for our spiritual growth by having that rest.  She shows us how to find that whitespace and how to make sure that it is an important part of our daily life.  I'm thankful that I got to review this book because I know that I need to find more rest in my daily life.

Week Ending 6/2417

This week has been an extra busy one! Issac finally got his end of year testing finished, so I can try and start thinking about curriculum f...