Let me tell you a story. Two years ago my heart would beckon any book set in a farm, even if said location didn't play a big role in the story per si. But oh when an author did bring the importance of place into her story <3And, even more, the importance of land! Be… Continue reading Daughters of Northern Shores #review #mustread
Today's chosen book probably has one of my favorite first line ever <3I think it sets the perfect tone for the book: unexpected circumstances, a bit of comedy, and much much heart! "Miriam Bricks sat in the cramped and rancid interior of a rickety stagecoach and contemplated for the hundredth time how fortunate she was… Continue reading First Line Fridays
"Rachel Somers wasn't sure what bothered her more: conning most of America, or the fact that they'd been doing it for almost a decade and no one even suspected". Rachel Somers is America’s #1 relationship coach—America just doesn’t know it. Rachel writes the books, but her Aunt Donna plays the face of the operation. Living… Continue reading First line Friday #amreading
So, if you're around GoodReads and, I guess, even Facebook, you might have seen some buzz around this book. I'm here to share my honest opinion about it, but also invite you to figure out for yourself. Nevertheless, keep in mind not everybody likes the same kind of books. And that's okay. Actually, I think… Continue reading One Thing I Know
These three gorgeous books released this week!! And I'm so excited to share them with you!! "What is courage... but moving forward in the face of fear? The daughter of a Mohawk mother and French father in 1759 Montreal, Catherine Duval finds it is easier to remain neutral in a world that is tearing itself apart. Content to trade with both the French and the… Continue reading New releases!!
These two treasures stirred my heart and will certainly make my list of favorite books from 2019 - if not ever! "Something was out of place, and the people of Pleasant Valley seemed to know it. Keeping to themselves, smiling a little, separated by a street, a history, and worst of all, a legend." One… Continue reading Split-time novels ❤
As I was reflecting on 2018 & thinking what I would like to take with me into 2019, the word ~ encourage ~ popped up many times. And this brought me lots of joy ❤ So one of my hopes for 2018 is to be an encourager. God is creative and has made each person… Continue reading Thoughts for 2019 – part 1