a book review | she prays by debbie lindell

Disclaimer: I received this free from Revell in exchange for my review! Happy Fall, wonderful people. I hope you all are enjoying hot beverages, fuzzy sweaters, and many bonfires. If not, I hope you are at least enjoying something today. Today I'm reviewing "She Prays," which is a Christian devotional written by Debbie Lindell. It's [...]

a book review | A Distance Too Grand by Regina Scott

my rating: 3 stars Oh how I wish I had enjoyed this novel! I know I would have a few years ago, but since reading genres outside of historical Christian fiction, I've found it hard to be satisfied by many of these kinds of books. Often times the author seems to be trying to tie [...]

book review | the women who met Jesus

DISCLAIMER: Hey, hi there. Just a heads up, I did receive a free copy of this from Revell in exchange for my honest review. Anyways... enjoy!  Have you ever had those moods where you're just wanting to read a particular kind of book and any other book just doesn't really quench that feeling? I was [...]

book review | bitter winter

There are a lot of things I want to say right now, but since I need to write this post I'm going to try to stay focused and not get side-tracked (God help me). WOW DO I HAVE THOUGHTS. Let's just dive right in, shall we? WARNING: I'm lacking sleep, I quite literally have 99 [...]

book review | deliver

(disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book from the author in exchange for my review... bless you, Tricia!!!) HELLO PEOPLES . . . So much has been happening these past few weeks, I apologize for not posting in what seems like FOREVER. But do not fret. I'll probably (maybe? hopefully?) have more time in the [...]

book review | all the light we cannot see

Wow. My mind is blown into smithereens. Like, I seriously just need a moment to comprehend all the thoughts. WOW.  Summary taken from Goodreads: Marie-Laure lives with her father in Paris near the Museum of Natural History, where he works as the master of its thousands of locks. When she is six, Marie-Laure goes blind and [...]

book review | traveler’s rekindled

I am so hopelessly in love with books, and I cannot lie. The frustrating thing is when life gets CRAZY hectic, that's when books summon me. Verbally. As if they're supposed to do that. *pfft* And I don't know what's worse: the fact that they speak to me, or... the fact that I actually listen [...]