On the Edge of Shattered: Book Review

*Giveaway!!* I don't read memoirs much, but this one caught my attention since I once dealt with alcoholism. This book didn't disappoint. You experience Kimberly's raw emotions and the itch for just one sip as your journey alongside her road to recovery. She shares the ups, downs, fears, failures, and accomplishments as she joins an … Continue reading On the Edge of Shattered: Book Review

Targeted: Book Review

The best of suspense in one book! I loved each novella written by these three authors. In On the Run, by Lynette Eason, I was out of breath as I experienced every escape Daria made as she stayed on the move. While I thought it a bit unlikely for a doctor to follow along, there … Continue reading Targeted: Book Review

The Lost Melody: Book Review

Haunting. Suspenseful. Gothic. Maybe not a psychotic suspense, but a psychotic mystery, played in minor keys that tug at your soul. She captures the definition of melancholy in the characters in words that I, who's suffered depression, could never pen. But Joanna gave voice to my pain. Saw the brokenness people suffer and gave hope … Continue reading The Lost Melody: Book Review

Psalm 23: Boardbook Review

A brilliant book for babies by author Danielle Hitchen ! A perfect way to teach babies Bible verses while introducing them to colors. I can't wait to check out the rest of the series. For ages 0-4, but big sisters/brothers will enjoy it too!Five stars all the way!❤️ Psalm 23: A Colors Primer (Baby Believer) … Continue reading Psalm 23: Boardbook Review

Deception: Book Review

Another outstanding novel by Patricia Bradley!  This romantic suspense starts at a fast pace, and the author doesn’t take the foot off the pedal until the last page. I loved Madison, her relationship with her grandfather, and how she got herself together through each deception uncovered. Her dad’s secrets, her look-alike identity, and what about … Continue reading Deception: Book Review

Rusty Goes to Water World: Book Review & Giveaway!

Once again, a bit forgotten by the townspeople yet not by the children. Rusty saves the day again at the water park when things go array. The illustrations were charming. I enjoyed Rusty's second book more than the first one. The vocabulary is advanced, which is good for older elementary school. It was a bit … Continue reading Rusty Goes to Water World: Book Review & Giveaway!

Rusty the Forgotten Fire Engine: Book Review and Giveaway!

A cute firetruck story. How quickly new things can be forgotten when the next new thing comes along. Yet they don't lose their value or worth just because they aren't "new" anymore. In fact, there might be new things up their sleeve and be surprisingly useful in other ways new things can't be. Follow tour: … Continue reading Rusty the Forgotten Fire Engine: Book Review and Giveaway!

Butterfly Love From Above: Book Review

My Thoughts: I loved how the illustrations captured Star's emotions. Although the story was heavier than other children's books I read, I liked that it offers hope, "Always look up." I like that Star tries to cheer others up with the horse that helped her during her sadness when her butterfly friend Twinkle dies. The … Continue reading Butterfly Love From Above: Book Review

Elysium Tide by James R. Hannibal: Book Review

Exhilarating!! Hands down, this suspense is in my top two favorite reads this year! It starts in England with a traumatic Grey's Anatomy-like scene (without the love drama). A critical brain surgery is going downhill quickly, and the surgeon, Dr. Peter, starts kicking people out of the OR.Suddenly, you're drowning in Hawaii danger with Detective … Continue reading Elysium Tide by James R. Hannibal: Book Review

Long Way Home: Best Read this Year!

Description: Peggy Serrano couldn’t wait for her best friend to come home from the war. But the Jimmy Barnett who returns is much different from the Jimmy who left, changed so drastically by his experience as a medic in Europe that he can barely function. When he attempts the unthinkable, his parents check him into … Continue reading Long Way Home: Best Read this Year!