Book Worm :: March & April

It’s the beginning-ish of May! And…I’m a month overdue on my March Book Worm post. So let’s do March and April together, shall we? March Books…   The Daughter’s Walk: A Novel by Jane Kirkpatrick I really enjoyed this book. A mom and her daughter set out with the promise of a large reward if [...] Read more »

Book Worm :: February Edition

Time for a reading wrap-up for the month of February. Wait? February is already over??? Where, oh where, does the time go? But onto books! I must say, I wasn’t super-enthused over anything I read this month. Not that any of them were really bad, but I leave the month feeling kind of “eh” in [...] Read more »

Book Worm :: January Edition

Welcome to the 2014 version of book reviews! Last year I fell off with my “I Gotta Read” posts about mid-year. We’ll see if I can do better this year. Last year I have recorded 32 books as read. But I KNOW that I didn’t record a whole slew of books that I wandered through [...] Read more »

Book Review :: Preemptive Love

Longer ago than I’d care to admit, I was asked if I’d be interested in reading a book and writing a review. But with morning sickness, followed by an out of town trip, followed by the holidays, followed by the wedding I did decor for {yes, I WILL show you pictures someday soon-ish, I hope!} [...] Read more »

I Gotta Read :: June

What did you read in June? I read but two books. Falling short, I know. But many other things come before reading! {Even thought sometimes I wish reading trumped everything else.} Here’s what I read last month… Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption by Laura Hillenbrand This book was EXCELLENT! [...] Read more »

I Gotta Read :: May

It’s that time of month again! Time for my monthly reading wrap-up. 7 books read this month. With two that are *this.close* to being finished. That brings me to 30 total books read this year so far {not counting the multiple books I read to the kids}. First up is an excellent Bible study. Rising [...] Read more »