A humorous book that teaches table manners to children. My daughters enjoyed the story and the fun illustrations! It says for ages 3-11, but I had to define some of the vocabulary for my 6-year-old. It did lead to an interesting conversation about etiquette. It slowed the flow to pause and explain words, but it … Continue reading The Elegant Emu: Book Review & Giveaway!
Hi guys! To wrap up May and Mental Health Awareness Month, I have one last writer friend from Australia with a message of hope. Also, today is the last chance to enter to win Cece Winans cd Believe for it. Make sure to enter! Hugs- Jessy http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/fa80744f2/? Hope in the DarknessHi all! My name’s Lesley … Continue reading Lesley Ann Barklay: Guest Post & Giveaway
Today the US remembers our fallen heroes. This, with the tragic shooting at the elementary school in Uvalde, Tx, still heavy on our country's hearts, I was tempted to discontinue my segment on Mental Health Awareness. I had a friend who lost three family members in the shooting, and my husband's coworker lost a cousin … Continue reading Bethany Cox: Guest Post
This is probably my favorite children's book I've read this year, and I think my six-year-old and two-year-old agree. A cat and dog story of how we can get along with others different from us, have fun, and help each other in time of need. It was cute to see the ruckus caused on both … Continue reading Sunny and the Cats: Book Review and Giveaway!
I'm so excited to have Janyre today to discuss her debut novel and mental health. Jessy: I love your novel for several reasons. It deals with PTSD and features a married couple dealing with this new element when the husband returns from war. What made you touch on the subject of PTSD? Janyre: This story … Continue reading Janyre Tromp: Author Interview
I am honored to guest blog for Jessy! May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and I am privileged to support Jessy as she brings awareness and support for anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, and SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). I want to be transparent about my ownexperiences with mental health. I have suffered at some time in … Continue reading YOU ARE NOT ALONE
My thoughts: This is definitely a whodunit mystery, with the author displaying a great sense of humor. I got a copy of the audiobook from the author and iReadtours, but was not required to give a good review. The narrator did an outstanding job as the elderly Doctor Noah, who tells a reporter of the … Continue reading The Bones of Amoret: Audiobook Review + Giveaway
I'm so excited to have Jennifer for Mental Health Awareness Month! At the end of the week, Jennifer will be giving away an e-copy of Great Waters to a commentator. Available in KU & paperback Jessy: Tell us a bit about yourself and your writing. Jennifer: I’m a historical fiction author who writes about deeper … Continue reading Jennifer Q. Hunt: Author Interview & Giveaway!
Since my divine intervention last year (when a lady saw me crying in a vision), I often say, "God Sees You." It isn't a motivational cheer or empty words I offer during dark seasons. It's a promise. He sees us. God pulled me through broken pieces and proved that he saw me. I knew he … Continue reading Bible Study Giveaway!
This month is Mental Health Awareness Month. As someone who's suffered from Major Depression in the past and deals with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD or seasonal depression), I want to help bring awareness. So I'm excited to announce authors Jaime Jo Wright, Jennifer Q. Hunt, Bethany Cox, and RN Sherry Grant will be guest blogging … Continue reading Happy May 🌻