Wheels Of Wisdom By Tim And Debbie Bishop

Wheels of Wisdom by Tim & Debbie Bishop is full of common sense, adventure, and yes wisdom. The authors write about the trips they took across the country on bicycles. The book is sectioned into 52 lessons, and they are great for when you don’t have too much time to read. You can read each … Read More

No Excuses: The Story of Elite Gymnast Aimee Walker-Pond Book Blast

I know how hard it can be to function out in the world without hearing, and actually getting out in front of people and doing a gymnastics program, must be really tough. This is sure to be a very inspiring story. Especially for the deaf and hard of hearing. No Excuses: The Story of Elite … Read More

Garden Blessings By June Cotner

Garden Blessings: Poems, Prose and Prayers Celebrating the Love of Gardening by June Cotner is a wonderful collection of garden related writings. It includes  I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud by William Wordsworth, which is one of my favorite poems. There are a lot of other poems in there too, with subjects ranging from trees, … Read More

Life: It Is What It Is By Lisa Sugarman

Life: It Is What It Is by Lisa Sugarman is a collection of essays about life in Marblehead, Massachusetts. These are really fun to read. Lisa Sugarman made me laugh and even managed to make me think a few times. Some of the things she writes about are not things that usually concern me (school … Read More

Christ Kitchen: Loving Women Out Of Poverty By Jan Martinez

Christ Kitchen: Loving Women Out Of Poverty by Jan Martinez is about the job training program started by the author in Spokane, WA. It is also a bible study of the Samaritan woman. She compares some of the poor women she meets at the training program to the Samaritan woman. The author says we can … Read More

Nip It By Kristen Fredricks And Jeanie Wade

Nip It: Stop Negativity Moment by Moment by Kristen Fredricks and Jeanie Wade has a lot of good advice in it. The authors tell you how to recognize negative moments(and people) and give you lots of tips and techniques that will help you learn to turn them from negative to positive moments. And if you … Read More

Faith Departed by Elizabeth Maddrey Review

I really enjoyed reading Faith Departed by Elizabeth Maddrey. It is about twin sisters named June and July who are both trying to start families and having a hard time of it. Anyone who has ever wanted a baby and couldn’t have one or just had a lot of trouble getting pregnant will feel a … Read More

Crafting Calm By Maggie Oman Shannnon Review

Crafting Calm :Projects and Practices for Creativity and Contemplation by Maggie Oman Shannon is all about ways to relax and be calm by crafting things. I’m not a really crafty person myself and most of the crafts didn’t really appeal to me but I do like to crochet and making something can be incredibly relaxing. … Read More

Who Do You Want To Be? By Dr. Nicola Bunting Review

Who Do You Want To Be? How To Embrace Change And Live Your Dream by Dr. Nicola Bunting was interesting and not too difficult to read. The book aims to help people who are going though changes in their lives figure out where they really want to go…and how to get there. And it doesn’t … Read More

Family Ever After By Michelle Packard Review

Family Ever After is about how you can have the Happily Ever After that all the fairy tales say you are supposed to have. And with the same old family you have now. No fairy dust involved at all. Just a change in how you look at things. The author makes the point that you … Read More

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