Book Review: Introverted Mom by Jamie C. Martin

What this book is about:  Jamie dives into the world of mothering as an introvert. She examines how the constant giving of motherhood uniquely affects those who are introverted and offers to help restore and guide introverted moms into their best mothering place. What I liked:  It's a book about introverts! It's written well, packed … Continue reading Book Review: Introverted Mom by Jamie C. Martin

Book Review: Take Off Your Pants! by Libbie Hawker

What this book is about:  This is a writing book by a writer FOR writers. Libbie breaks down the way to outline books for faster, better writing. It's a short book, but she packs in so much information, I can hardly even believe it. What I liked:  Jam-packed with practical information and the understanding that … Continue reading Book Review: Take Off Your Pants! by Libbie Hawker

Book Review: The Blue Girl by Charles de Lint

What this book is about:  Imogene moves to a new school, where she immediately befriends Maxine, and then meets the ghost of a boy who died on the school grounds and haunts the school. Imogene then finds herself in the middle of all kinds of fairy weirdness and for the first time in her life … Continue reading Book Review: The Blue Girl by Charles de Lint

Book Review: Seven Wild Sisters by Charles De Lint

What this book is about:  Sarah Jane Dillard gets more than she expects when she begins helping Aunt Lillian at her isolated homestead just up the road. Not only her, but her six sisters experience a world they didn't know existed when Sarah Jane accidentally finds herself between a squabble in the world of the … Continue reading Book Review: Seven Wild Sisters by Charles De Lint

Book Review: Forever by Pete Hamill

What this book is about:  This rich fantasy follows Cormac O'Connor as his life takes him from Ireland to New York City in 1740... and right through until today. He is granted immortality, but only under the condition that he never leaves the island of Manhattan. What I liked:  I loved the slow build up … Continue reading Book Review: Forever by Pete Hamill

Book Review: More for Mom by Kristin Funston

What this book is about:  This rather light-hearted and fun nonfiction explores the ways in which moms in particular can step above the mess of everyday and live out her faith in Jesus. The tagline of the book is "Living Your Whole and Holy Life" and Funston doesn't mince words inside, which is beautifully balanced … Continue reading Book Review: More for Mom by Kristin Funston

Book Review: Now Playing Stoner and Spaz II by Ron Koertge

What this book is about:  Stoner and Spaz II is the story of Ben (the Spaz) and Colleen (the Stoner) after, what I presume, are events that happened in Stoner and Spaz, which I haven't read. Ben has Cerebral Palsy and an eye for the cinematic due to the obscene number of hours he's spent … Continue reading Book Review: Now Playing Stoner and Spaz II by Ron Koertge

Book Review: The Nobody by Sarah Fader

What this book is about:  This children's book is about a creature named Nobody and his journey to become a somebody. What I liked:  The illustrations are cute and the story has a good message - it just takes one person to go from feeling like a Nobody to feeling like a Somebody. What I … Continue reading Book Review: The Nobody by Sarah Fader

Book Review: Mended by Blythe Daniel and Helen McIntosh – Available 4/9/19

What this book is about:  This nonfiction, Christian living book focuses narrowly on mending broken relationships between mothers and daughters. Throughout 11 chapters, they illuminate various places that a relational breakdown could occur and then offer practical steps to begin the process of restoration. Every chapter holds a personal story from either Blythe or Helen … Continue reading Book Review: Mended by Blythe Daniel and Helen McIntosh – Available 4/9/19

Book Review: Say What You Will by Cammie McGovern

What the book is about:  Amy and Matthew are average high school students. Except Amy has cerebral palsy. And Matthew is paid to hang out with her once every four days at school. Amy has always been around adults and no one tells her the truth. Matthew has always been a loner, but honesty in … Continue reading Book Review: Say What You Will by Cammie McGovern