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Monthly Archives: November 2012
He got away this year!! Wishing everyone a safe and Happy Thanksgiving. P.S. Don’t forget to enter the giveaway. Scroll down a couple of posts for the details!
The author, Judy Heathcoe, of the book I reviewed below, has provided us some goodies for a giveaway. (This giveaway is now closed.) The Rod by Judy Johns Heathcoe is an interesting book with a more interesting premise. The story … Continue reading
August 30, 2012 Short Straw Bride by Karen Witemeyer is another skillfully written book. Karen’s books are fun, lighthearted stories but provide a serious and enjoyable read. Meredith Hayes has long had an oversize crush on Travis Archer; created only … Continue reading
March 26, 2012 I was unaware Saving Grace by Annie Jones is a sequel to another book which really made some of the references harder to understand. For the most part, though the book could be a standalone book. My … Continue reading
February 10, 2012 Suzanne Woods Fisher’s first book in the Lancaster County Secrets, The Choice, is a very enjoyable read. The story centers around Carrie Weaver, an Amish girl, who through a series of unforeseen circumstances is unable to marry her … Continue reading
October 14, 2011 A Sound Among Trees by Susan Meissner starts out so slowly, I didn’t really want to finish it. The book really doesn’t pick up until almost the last chapter. Susan Meissner has interwoven a modern day story … Continue reading
October 10, 2011 Always the Baker, Never the Bride, by Sandra Bricker is a cute, lighthearted story about an award-winning baking wizard, Emma Rae Travis. In a seemingly cruel trick of fate, she suffers from diabetes. Jackson Drake is her … Continue reading
August 28, 2011 Heaven is for Real is the true story of four-year-old, Colton Burpo, who almost dies during emergency surgery for a ruptured appendix. Colton begins to “leak” little bits of what his vision was like throughout the story. … Continue reading
May 2, 2011 Intro from: “.We Be Big: The Mostly True Story of How We Became Rick & Bubba (with the assistance of best-selling and award-winning author Don Keith). Rick and Bubba are two HIGHLY unlikely radio broadcasters telling everyone … Continue reading
I’ll be having a give away soon. Stay tuned!