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Indivisible (Review)

November 24, 2018

I had just seen a trailer for this movie when I was given a chance to read it first! Indivisible is the story of an Army Chaplain and his time time in Iraq (15 months). We learn how it was for him and his family back at home during this time. We are given an inside look into the thoughts of someone during war time.  The end of the book focuses on returning home and the challenges that he endured. I enjoyed reading the book and I do not have any close family in the military. I would believe that any family touched directly with military service would definitely relate with this book. 

It was well written and I cannot wait to see the movie!

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

Aching Joy {review}

October 25, 2018

The title alone caught my interest and made me want to read the book. What I did not know is that the book is mainly about the journey of the author, as a father of an autistic boy. He shared his story in a very raw way. Even if you do not have an autistic person in your life, there were enough nuggets of wisdom to apply to your own life. But I truly enjoyed getting to know more about him and his son, the aching joy, and his desire to find peace and joy in the midst of pain and wondering.

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Leaving Cloud 9 {Review}

October 13, 2018


Leaving Cloud 9 is the story of a man who lived in horrible conditions as a child. We learn what it was like and then take a journey with him as he becomes an adult. We learn about the mental illness he battles and the choices made along the way. What is interesting about this book is that it is not written by him, but rather by his third wife. You see her care and concern for him and it is written very well.

I would recommend this book. I enjoyed the read and will passing it along to a few pe...
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What Blooms from Dust {Review}

September 15, 2018
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Is it ok to admit that I wanted to read the book just based on the cover? It caught my attention and I wanted to know more. Well, I am so glad I did! This is an amazing story, based in the 1930's in Oklahoma, during the Dust Bowl. It is fiction, but you are drawn into the characters and I caught myself feeling like they were real. From twin brothers, to a little boy named Peter that brings kindness back into the town of Nowhere, OK, the book is filled with characters you want to more about an...
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Courage, Dear Heart {Review}

September 3, 2018
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The premise of Courage, Dear Heart Letters to a weary world, is a great one. Each chapter is a letter to a particular segment of the population, those who are fearful, living in chaos, rejected, etc. I enjoyed letter #1, a Note to the Reader, but honestly after that I found myself skimming through each letter. Some parts would capture my attention, I enjoyed learning more about the author, but she relied a lot on quotes from other authors and it just did not hold my attention. 

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The Faith of Dolly Parton {Review}

August 9, 2018


I have to admit that I do not know a whole lot about Dolly Parton. I am not a country music fan but remember her popularity in the 1980's when I was growing up. I thought it would be fun to read a book that would touch more on the spiritual side. 

What you need to know about this book is that the author has never met or interviewed Dolly. This book is filled with stories of Dolly that he has gotten from other sources and he shares them along with his own story. At the end of each chapter he ha...
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13 Days in Ferguson {Review}

July 29, 2018
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In August of 2014 the town of Ferguson, MO was rocked by the shooting of an unarmed black young adult. What followed was 13 days of chaos in that town. 13 Days in Ferguson is the account of that time seen through the eyes of Captain Ronald Johnson. 

I did not remember too much about this event, but remember Captain Johnson and the fact that night after night there were issues. Captain Johnson takes us back to those days and he does it with such heart and faith, it is amazing. It is a wonderful...
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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 i...
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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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