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One Upon a Farm {Review}

July 21, 2018

This is the second book by Rory Feek that I have read in the last few months. What stands out about the way he writes are the length of his chapters, they are normally 3-4 pages each. I enjoy this because it allows him to share many short stories on various topics. It allows us to know more about him and his life and it keeps the book moving at a good pace. 

I loved learning more about him, Joey and his 3 daughters. This book, whether you know of him as a country music star or not, draws you in and he has a lot of lessons that we can all learn from.

I received this book to review. All opinions are 100% mine.

When Through Deep Waters (Review)

July 13, 2018

I was intrigued to start reading When Through Deep Waters. The plot looked like a good one, a five year old dies in a pool drowning and we journey with the mother afterwards. I knew it was a Christian book and was curious to see where the author went with it. 

I have to say, that unfortunately for me, I did not enjoy the book. It was a little abstract for me. Even after reading it I am not sure if my understanding of the children characters in the book is what the author intended. I will admit...
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Becoming the Talbot Sisters {Review}

June 24, 2018

Becoming the Talbot Sisters started out with us getting to know the sisters, connecting after a few years and with the reason being their aunt passed away. The story kept me on my toes with many twists, including one sister caring a child for another one, kidnapping and reconnecting. It was a heartwarming book that I enjoyed, but maybe a little too sappy for some of you! 

If you are looking for a good summer read that you can get lost in, I would recommend Becoming the Talbot Sisters.

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Miracle in Shreveport {Review}

May 28, 2018

I grew up a huge baseball fan. My dad and I would spend many summer days/nights watching the San Diego Padres play.So when I saw Miracle in Shreveport, I was very interested in reading it. I had no idea who the Benham brothers were, but upon receiving the book I found out that they had authored two other books together and were part of a controversy with HGTV a few years ago. After educating myself on them a little more, I started the book.

First off, I love how they go back and forth in writi...
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This Life I Live {Review}

May 13, 2018
This Life I Live

Many of you know at least some of the story of Rory & Joey Feek and her battle with cancer. They were country singers and already known for their reality tv show, but it was blogs that Rory wrote as they journeyed that got many more people to know who they were. This Life I Live is rather like an autobiography of Rory's. We learn about his childhood, becoming a young adult and then meeting Joey and their life as a married couple. 

The book was a quick read, with lots of short chapters and very...
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The Hidden Side {Review}

May 6, 2018
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I have to admit, when I received this book and saw the cover I was concerned that I would not like it. I needed to remember the saying, "Do not judge a book by its cover". 

I found The Hidden Side to be a book like none I had ever read. The author, Heidi Chiavaroli, weaves a modern tale of a family affected by the violence of their son participating in a school shooting, and the story of Mercy Howard, a 1700's spy. I know, it might sound like a rather strange combo, but it works, and works wel...
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Can't Nothing Bring Me Down {Review}

April 26, 2018
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I am a fan of true stories so when I came across Can't Bring Me Down, the story of Ida Keeling, a 100 plus year old woman runner, I had to read it! In this book she shares with us growing up in Harlem during the depression. She, along with the co-author, Anita Diggs, do a great job of putting you there.

What I was surprised about was that very little of the book was dedicated to her actual running career. I would love to have heard more of the stories of these races, but it felt like an after ...
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I Can Only Imagine {Book Review}

April 6, 2018
I Can Only Imagine: A Memoir

I Can Only Imagine is an amazing song, and I was so excited to hear that a movie had been made depicting the life of Bart Millard, lead singer of MercyMe and the band member who wrote the song. Then when I had the opportunity to read the book, seeing the movie had to wait!  I just finished the book and really enjoyed it. It was not an easy read, because the things Bart had to go through as a child were horrible, but to hear how God played an amazing part in that story and how Bart knows it, i...
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The Fallen Star {Review}

March 16, 2018
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The Fallen Star was filled with action, adventure and best of all, great writing! Robert H. Wolfe's second book in his series, The Goblin King, introduces some new characters in an exciting story. Wolfe created an interesting world in which Goblins struggle to survive against the advancing human armies. Normally, you'd think being a Goblin is evil, but not in this story! By the end of the book, yo'll be rooting for the little green guys! This story is for every age who wants to escape in a ri...
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Breaking Cover {Review}

March 16, 2018
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When I heard about Breaking Cover, I was very intrigued to read it. I have never read a true story about someone who worked for the CIA. The fact that it was a woman, who is a Christian, made me even more curious. I loved the beginning of the book, learning more about Michelle Assad and she ended up working for the CIA. 

The story them moves into the years that she and her husband Joseph worked in the Middle East, right in the middle of war. I have to admit that those chapters left me feeling ...
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