#FRC2015 Blog Tour: Pretending to Dance by Diane Chamberlain

#FRC2015 Blog Tour: Pretending to Dance by Diane Chamberlain

I joined the BookSparks’ Fall Reading Challenge this year, as I shared with everyone in previous book review posts. They are continuing with a theme they developed last year and that translates to the fact that I have skipped the “freshman” year and jumped into the “sophomore” year. I’m now on another BookSparks “class” called […]

Book Review: Eve by William Paul Young

Book Review: Eve by William Paul Young

Sometime ago, someone suggested I read The Shack by William Paul Young (thank you, Donna). I read the book and while it wasn’t the type of book I usually read, it was an amazing book and I hated to see the book end – it was that good. I loved that the story was enjoyable to believers […]

The Midnight Saint by Mitchel Whitington

The Midnight Saint by Mitchel Whitington

As a Christian, I’ve never been worried about what would happen to me when I die. I already know the answer to that question. The book is serious but isn’t a “downer” despite the fact that the topic of the book is death.The main character is Adam, who is contacted by an angel who tells him […]

#FRC2015 Review: Crooked Little Lies by Barbara Taylor Sissel

#FRC2015 Review: Crooked Little Lies by Barbara Taylor Sissel

I joined the BookSparks’ Fall Reading Challenge this year. Because they are continuing with a theme they developed last year, that means I skipped the freshman year and jumped right into the sophomore year, and I’m now on BookSparks’ Class #2, Manipulation Sciences, Suspense Department (which means this book). So onto this book review……… What […]