#BookReview Clutter Free by @KathiLipp #ClutterFreeBook #minimalist

Even if you don’t think you have clutter, read this book! I didn’t think I had clutter, and I really didn’t have much, but I sure did have a lot of things that I’d hung on to for sentimental reasons. I ended up having eleven bags of things to donate to charity and about sixContinue reading “#BookReview Clutter Free by @KathiLipp #ClutterFreeBook #minimalist”

#BookReview – Emissary by Thomas Locke #RevellReads @RevellBooks

In a world where magic has been outlawed for centuries, one young man discovers that he possesses powers beyond his wildest dreams. But he does not realize how pivotal this gift will be in the days to come. Emissary is Book 1 in the Legends of the Realm series. The main character in this book,Continue reading “#BookReview – Emissary by Thomas Locke #RevellReads @RevellBooks”

#BookReview – All Things Hidden #RevellReads @RevellBooks

Gwyn Hillerman acts as a nurse at her father’s medical practice in 1935 rural Alaska. Her family life has been rough ever since her mother, hating Alaska, took Gwyn’s younger sister back to Chicago to live.   Dr. Jeremiah Vaughan finds his life suddenly turned upside down when his medical license is stripped away afterContinue reading “#BookReview – All Things Hidden #RevellReads @RevellBooks”

#BookReview – Perfectly Matched #RevellReads @RevellBooks

Perfectly Matched – Book 3 in THE BLUE WILLOW BRIDES Anna Olsen knows it’s time to leave her sister’s increasingly crowded house and start a life of her own. Following her sisters’ examples, she becomes a mail-order bride, and after a short correspondence with clock maker and jeweler Edward Parker, she moves to Denver toContinue reading “#BookReview – Perfectly Matched #RevellReads @RevellBooks”

#BookReview A Marriage in Middlebury by @anitahigman

I just finished my first Anita Higman book, A Marriage in Middlebury, and I loved it! She has a charming writing style and characters that you won’t forget. About the book: Charlotte Rose Hill, who loves serving up country delicacies and uniquely blended teas, discovers that while she’s been faithfully caring for her tearoom customers, she’d alsoContinue reading “#BookReview A Marriage in Middlebury by @anitahigman”

#Fiction Book #Review: Poison Town by @CrestonMapes

Poison Town by Creston Mapes is as addicting as Fear has a Name, the first book in this series about Jack Crittendon, local reporter. Yes, there’s suspicion that a manufacturing plant is manufacturing an illegal product and that it’s poisoning the townsfolk who live nearby. But “there’s more than one kind of poison in thisContinue reading “#Fiction Book #Review: Poison Town by @CrestonMapes”

Book Review — Ten Days Without by Daniel Ryan Day

I just finished reading Ten Days Without by Daniel Ryan Day. This book opened my eyes to suffering all over the world that I’d never given thought to before. I am preparing for my first mission trip and when I saw this book listed on the Blogging for Books program, I knew it would beContinue reading “Book Review — Ten Days Without by Daniel Ryan Day”

Book Review: For Such a Time as This by Ginny Aiken

Olivia Moore’s family is struggling to make ends meet during a drought. She decides to take matters into her own hands and take a job as a nanny for the local banker, widower Eli Whitman. When the town starts buzzing about her living in the banker’s home, they marry. Even though they both have feelingsContinue reading “Book Review: For Such a Time as This by Ginny Aiken”