Monthly Archives: October 2020

Is this a Christian Cozy Mystery Worth Reading?

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This book had me chuckling as softly as I could since I stayed up into the wee hours of the morning to finish this book. A lot could be said about that last sentence, but let’s leave that alone for now. This book had all the great elements about cozy Christian read; sweet romance, not too intense mystery, and a… Read more »

Did I Find This Devotional To Meet Devotional Standards?

In recent years, there have some published works that have been categorized in ways that can leave me puzzled. Probably the biggest one is the genre that I would say is Christian Living, but categorized as devotion. So when I signed up for a free copy of Truly Known, I went in with little to zero expectations. Does this sound… Read more »

3 Recent Purchases from Amazon that I am LOVING

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I can’t believe this book dropped 60%! For less than $10, this was a fantastic addition to our homeschool library! Purchase, Watercolor With Me In The Forest. See the other’s in the series here. My 7 year old has been making a bunch of pot holders from this kit refill! Who remembers the good old days?! But here is a… Read more »

Why This New Series Will Be Wonderful For Living Bookshelves

“I know of an author writing a series that I think you will be interested in.” And with that, my mom had me hook, line, and sinker. The story of Maylie and the Maze is a young readers novel about a would-be writer that enjoys time away in England with her “annoying” twin brother, Camden, aunt, and Grandma. While I… Read more »

At Heaven’s Edge Book Review and Why I Enjoyed It So Much

I requested this book from Celebrate Lit in exchange for my free and honest review. “After we transferred over to patient care, I took one last look at Matthew. ‘Its hard to be so involved and then to suddenly have to let go.‘” I have a son that wants to be a fireman and a daughter that would like to… Read more »