I love to read. This year I read 90 books from a variety of genres, including memoir, poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and theology. Lots of them were great, but these were some of my favorites that I highly recommend. What was the best book you read this year
Tag: Book Reviews
The No-Hopers Christmas Club is a short story collection full of Holiday Cheer!
I was originally drawn to this heartwarming holiday collection because the opening story dealt with cute cuddly animals. These stories reminded me of the warmth of a Hallmark Christmas movie! @rararesources @GeraldineRyan
Book Review: Lilac Skies by Shivani Bansal
Book Review and Blog Tour: Lilac Skies Shivani Bansal Introduction: I would like to say a special thank you to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources and the tuhor, Shivani Bansal, for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Format: Available in Print and on Kindle Kindle Get… Continue reading Book Review: Lilac Skies by Shivani Bansal
Book Review: A Perfect Discovery by Margaret Amatt
Rhona and Callum have serious chemistry together, but they have a huge problem-- their families hate each other! The two families have been feuding fiercely for years. Will Rhona and Callum be able to find their happily ever after? Or will their love become a thing of the past?
Book Review: ROAR How to Match Your Food and Fitness to Your Unique Female Physiology by S. T. Sims
I wanted to lift up this book because I think that there are probably other women out there who, like me, want to improve their fitness but aren't sure where to begin. Diet and exercise have never come naturally to me, and I am grateful I found this well researched book to guide my training. This book is brimming with great information and I know I will refer to it again the next time I'm stuck in a training rut. I don't know if my next race time will improve, but I do know that I feel happier and healthier after reading this book and putting some of these ideas into practice.
Book Review and Blog Tour: The Girl with the Flaming Hair a traditional regency romance by Natalie Kleinman
The Girl with the Flaming Hair by Natalie Kleinman is a regency romance that is full of twists and turns! My Review My name is Rebecca and I love books. Regency romances are one of my favorite guilty pleasures. That is why I was pleased to accept a free copy of The Girl With the… Continue reading Book Review and Blog Tour: The Girl with the Flaming Hair a traditional regency romance by Natalie Kleinman
Audiobook Review: After the Storm by Isabella Muir and Narrated by Charles Johnston
When a violent storm blasts England’s south coast, it’s up to retired Italian detective Giuseppe Bianchi to sift through the devastation and piece together the tragic events left behind in the storm’s wake. My Review I'm a huge bookworm with some visual problems, so audiobooks have become one of my favorite ways to read. I'm… Continue reading Audiobook Review: After the Storm by Isabella Muir and Narrated by Charles Johnston
Christian Minimalism Book Review and Author Interview with Becca Ehrlich
If you're a pack rat like me, Christian Minimalism will give you a lot to think about. It is perfect for fellow pack rats, fans of Marie Kondo, or anyone who wants to free themselves from life's excesses so that they can focus on what is truly important.
Book Review: A Thousand Goodbyes (The Surprising Life of a Funeral Celebrant) by Ruth Graham
Happy publication day to A Thousand Goodbyes by Ruth Graham! In her memoir, she shares what she learned about life and loss after presiding at over 1,000 funerals.
Poetry Review: May She Have a Word with You? Women as Models of How to Live in the Poems of Charles Wesley
A beautiful collection of Charles Wesley's poems illuminated with fascinating commentary Image from Goodreads May She Have a Word with You? Women as Models of How to Live in the Poems of Charles Wesley by S.T. Kimbrough Jr. (foreword by Laceye Warner) is a wonderful contribution to the history of Methodism. Charles Wesley and his… Continue reading Poetry Review: May She Have a Word with You? Women as Models of How to Live in the Poems of Charles Wesley