Hilarious. Texts from Mittens is like Garfield for the modern age. If my cat had thumbs, I'm certain this is what he would text me.
Jairus's Girl by L.R. Hay tells the story of the Good News of Jesus from the unique perspective of the children. My Review: I really loved reading Jairus's Girl by L.R. Hay. This book had been on my “to be read list,” for a very long time, and I was so happy… Continue reading Jairus’s Girl by L.R. Hay tells the Jesus story from the children’s perspective!
where I Ache by Megan O'Keefe is a deeply emotional poetry collection that will take readers on a journey of self-acceptance. In this interview, O'Keeffe shares about her inspiration and her writing process, as well as some advice for aspiring poets!
Tabby's Big Year is sure to delight horse lovers of all ages. If you're looking for a fun series of animal books to get lost in this summer, I strongly recommend you hoof it on over to Sweetbriars farm!
Speaking Out: Gifts of Ministering Undeterred by Disabilities is a book that is full of both heartbreak and hope. This book is compilation of personal testimonies from people serving in ministry, all of whom are living with some type of disability.
I couldn't put this book down. The protagonist gives voice to Asperger Syndrome and the entire story is so well written and full of heart that you won't want it to end!
Act of Valor by Dana Metntink was a very cute category romance. It is clear that she knows both her form and her audience. I enjoyed spending time with these characters and I would be interested to read more books in this series, especially since they all include brave canine companions.
Title: Naked Truths About Getting Book Reviews 2018 (Kindle Edition) Author: Gisela Hausmann Genre: Nonfiction/ "How To" Available on Kindle The irony that I am writing a book review for a book about getting book reviews is not lost on me. I discovered this author on Twitter and I was intrigued by the information she… Continue reading Book Review: Naked Truths About Getting Book Reviews by Gisela Hausmann
I love food and I really enjoyed the opportunity to interview Rinku Bhattacharya about her latest book, Spices and Seasons!
The Bright Side of Darkness by Jo Elizabeth Pinto is one of the best books that I have read so far this year. It is deeply moving and inspiring. It also includes one of the best depiction of a character with a disability that I have ever seen in literature.