Why do women love horses? What does our love of horses say bout us? Reading Halley's book was refreshing because it felt as if I finally had the opportunity to sit down with a well spoken and very well educated friend and talk through these questions. She uses stories from her own personal history with horses (some of which made me cry) as well as different sociological and psychological frameworks. She also shares results from an interview she conducted with self-identified "horse crazy," women. The results, especially the way "horse crazy," impacts members of the disability community, were fascinating.
Gould's playful work is purr-fect for anyone who wishes that she knew a little bit more about art history. This book won't make you into an overnight art history expert (which makes sense, because that isn't her goal), but it WILL use adorable cat paintings to introduce you to the major developments of art history in the Western World.
My Review of Willow (Pepper Lane Club Book #1) by Grace Parks Reading this book made me so happy! The dialogue is delightful, the characters are relatable, and the romance is so incredibly sweet. Loosing myself in the pages of this book was like watching one of my favorite romantic comedies from the late 90’s or early… Continue reading Blog Tour with Author Interview: Willow by Grace Parks – I’ve found a new favorite #romcom series! @rararesources
Happy Publication day to A Spirited Girl on Cornish Shores by Laura Briggs! This book has all the fun of a Pumpkin Spice Latte with a delicious dash of Cornwall flavor.
Bright Pink Ink by Laura DiNovis Berry unflinchingly explores the feminine experience through the use of vivid and evocative verse.
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.
to drink coffee with a ghost by Amanda Lovelace is a visceral and haunting addition to her latest poetry series. Sometimes goodbye is complicated.
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!
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.