For the Record by Regina Jennings is everything I've grown to expect from this author: humorous, gentle romance, and suspense. This book had me giggling and swooning from start to finish. A sweet story about what can happen when a writer doesn't change enough and readers figure out who she's been writing about.
Betsy Huckabee has plans to get out of her uncle's house and make it on her own as a writer but she's stuck in a small town in the middle of nowhere, and without inspiration until a handsome new lawman comes to town. She bases a series of stories on him but is soon caught between the truth and her imaginations. Delightful tale.
Sunday, December 18, 2016
I'm new to the world of doodling. If I'm honest I will say that my pictures rival those of a first-grader's. I'm not very good. That being said, these Scripture Doodle books by April Knight give me courage and confidence! I feel I can get into these and create some pretty scribbles. These are six-week devotionals that encourage the reader to create as she draws nearer to the Lord. From body image to generosity, there are many topics addressed in this clever series. Beautifully done, these would be a welcome gift to almost any woman! Published by David C. Cook. Look for these at your Christian bookstore or online.
Wednesday, December 14, 2016
Pray A to Z by Amelia Rhodes is a one of a kind prayer book. I've not seen anything like this one before. Want ideas of how to pray and who to pray for? Look no further. This book is divided into twenty-six sections from the letters A to Z and each letter has subsections. Every page gives prompts for praying. If you are struggling in your prayer life this book may help you get to the next level. It's small size makes it easy to take with you anywhere. The one page at a time approach makes it easy to stick with. Simple and genius. Perfect for all ages.