Browsing Category Book Reviews

The Hunger Games – A Review

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Okay, so the review isn't here, on this site, it is at Everybody Needs A Little Romance.  A while back I was asked to do a few book reviews, but at the time I didn't have time.  I was working full-time and then trying to get home and do chores, and take care of my man.  ...

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John Hart’s The Last Child – Review

Friday, January 14, 2011

The other day I asked what everyone was reading.  I also told you that I was reading The Last Child by John Hart.  "Was" is the keyword here.  I couldn't put it down.  Read this blurb from Goodreads about this book. Thirteen year-old Johnny Merrimon had the perfect life: happy parents and a twin ...

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The Happy Baker – Erin Bolger

Friday, September 10, 2010

SUMMARY:  30+ years of dating fiascos 60+ down-home, comforting recipes 1 pink baking hammer, with apron & lip gloss to match Many (many) bottles of wine Too many tears = A whole lotta laughter Yields: 1 Very Happy Baker   We’ve all been there. The blind date from hell. The Big Hurt. The guy who details his various surgeries over Caesar salad ...

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Are YOU a Christian Atheist?

Monday, May 3, 2010

What is a Christian Atheist?A Christian Atheists are people who believe in God, but live as if He doesn't exist.I hate to say this, but I am a Christian Atheist.  I didn't realize it until I read Craig Groeschel's book The Christian Atheist, but that is what I am.  Sadly, I think that is what ...

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Crazy Love & A Pretty Picture

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Another DC photo.  I really liked being in DC, I am ready to go back.  Now, Crazy Love!Crazy Love is a book.  It is a very good book.  Before I say anything about this book, or before I give you a link to go and check it out I feel like I need to ...

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A Book Review

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

What I Know uncommon wisdom and universal truths from 10-year-olds and 100-year-oldsRecently I was asked if I would be interested in reviewing a book.  My first response was that I would have to read it before I could recommend it, or even give away an autographed copy of said book.  I am a bit of ...

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