I have the great privilege of being an early reader for the sweet and lovely Karen Witemeyer. Which means I have already gotten to read her latest book, Heart on the Line, which releases TODAY! It's a tale of two telegraph operators. One pretty, petite, and in trouble and the other sweet, geeky and riding in to … Continue reading Bicycles, Telegrams, and Pinkertons – Oh My!
This is the last post in this series BUT be sure to come back TOMORROW because I will featuring a bonus post with a chance to win a small prize. 🙂 My fifth and last book in the series is one I read very recently by an author I had the privilege to hear speak and … Continue reading The Blessings of Books V
I'll have the last book in my 'The Blessings of Books' series for you next week. This week, take time to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. Blessings to you on this Memorial Day.
I never realized I was an introvert. In all honesty I always thought of myself as just plain odd. I've always enjoyed reading and being on my own. Interacting with too many people make me feel overwhelmed and I always better enjoyed jobs where I was working on my own or with only a few people. … Continue reading The Blessings of Books IV
"I'm boycotting Disney!" "I'm boycotting Target!" "I'm boycotting ________!" You get the idea. It seems like there's nothing Christians like to do better than join a good boycott. I get it. It's important to stand up to sin in this world. It's important that sinners know the difference between right and wrong. And we as Christians … Continue reading The Blessings of Books III
So last week I talked to you about Choosing the Amusing by Marylin Meburg and how her book showed me the importance of a good sense of humor. This week I would like to talk about the book that showed me there was a difference between faith and religion. Again this is a book from my … Continue reading The Blessings of Books II
Books have always been a blessing in my life. Fiction has often served as a needed escape in some of the darker moments in my life and non-fiction has blessed me with needed answers to life problems, be they trivial or consequential. There is no book in my life as important as the Bible. I … Continue reading The Blessings of Books