I’m so excited to be sharing the news of the release of this lovely new book with you today! This is the second book in Mrs. Heath’s Art of Love series which features stand-alone books with their own unique stories. (I haven’t had the chance to read the first one yet myself…🙈) I also have… Continue reading Book Review: Painted Memories by A.M. Heath
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Hello and welcome! A few weeks ago I put out a question on Instagram asking what people would like to know about Bullet Journaling or my Bullet Journal. I’ll be posting once a week this month to answer those questions and I hope you’ll stick around and enjoy the posts! (If you have any questions… Continue reading Bullet Journaling: How Much Time Does It Take?
This excerpt from Streams in the Dessert really spoke to me the other day. As someone with chronic illness, it can be difficult to just rest when I lack the strength or energy to “do”. And as a musician myself, this was a straight-forward reminder of why it’s important to do so… “There is no… Continue reading Rest
If you’ve been following me a while, you know that my reading interests cover a wide range of genres. Every now and then, I find myself enjoying a good dystopian book. While some are so far fetched and completely unrealistic, this book was a little more realistic than ones I’ve read before. Yes, there’s still… Continue reading Book Review: Agenda 21 by Harriet Parke, Glenn Beck
So often it’s easy to look at someone who seems to have it all together with God and not think about the things they must have gone through to get to that point. I know I’ve been guilty of that; wishing I was as close to God as some elders I knew and wishing I… Continue reading Book Review: Stepping Heavenward by Elizabeth Payson Prentiss
First of all, HAPPY RELEASE DAY to Sarah Holman for her lovely book, Fanny’s Hope Chest! In celebration of this release, today I will be reviewing Fanny’s Hope Chest and its prequel Thirty Days Until Thirty Isn’t that such a lovely cover?! About the Book How old is too old for a hope chest? Ellie… Continue reading Book Review: Fanny’s Hope Chest by Sarah Holman
Welcome to the Hope Chest Scavenger Hunt! Today, I’m taking part of this fun event and giveaway to celebrate the release of Sarah Holman’s new book Fanny’s Hope Chest. Here’s how to play: 1. Go to Tangled up in Writing or The Destiny of One and get the full list of items to… Continue reading Book Launch Scavenger Hunt!! Fanny’s Hope Chest by Sarah Holman
I really enjoy a good Historical Fiction book! Today, I have this wonderful Christian Historical Fiction book that takes place in Savannah, Georgia during the Civil war. About the Book Cordelia Owens can weave a dream around anything and is well used to winning the hearts of everyone in Savannah with her whimsy. Even when… Continue reading Book Review: Dreams of Savannah by Roseanna M. White
Well, I recently bit the bullet and joined Netgalley!! Now, I've read COUNTLESS stories of people getting "book happy" and putting too many read requests in, causing them to get swamped later. So, I did my best to be good, and only requested two books. The first one was this beautiful devotional by Our Daily… Continue reading Book Review: A Proverbs Devotional by Our Daily Bread
I'm so excited to be helping celebrate the launch of this lovely novella. It is the 3rd installment in The Chronicles of Alice and Ivy series. You can read my review for book 1, The Dressmaker's Secret, and book 2, Ivy Introspective, by clicking on those links. And now, without further ado, Becoming Miss Knight!… Continue reading Book Launch and Review: Becoming Miss Knight by Kellyn Roth