I Joined the “SHE Redefined Project”

Do you ever see those ads for Christian things on your feed? You like one thing and suddenly floods of other pages are ads on your timeline or suggestions for you to join, follow, etc. Sometimes this works for me, but often it takes a recommendation from a friend for me to consider actually following…

Review of “I Said Yes”

I know I just did a review of a different Bachelor book, but come on. How could you not love Emily Maynard Johnson? Answer, you must love her because she’s wonderful. Okay, okay, exaggeration. I know. But this book was an interesting read for people who love the Bachelor. Let me start by saying, there…

On Current Events and the Media

As I sit here at my computer, I feel compelled to respond to the current immigration events that have been broadcasted so loudly in the media. And as much as I feel the need to response, I also hesitate. Because no matter what I say next, someone will disagree with me. Isn’t it sad that…

Review of “For the Right Reasons”

So, confession time… I have loved Sean Lowe from the first time he showed up on The Bachelorette… And before you go all crazy on me, saying how crappy the Bachelor franchise is and how I shouldn’t bother watching it, trust me, I already get it. However, I still choose to watch. Sean Lowe is…

Review of “The Ship of Brides”

Another Jojo Moyes book under my belt. This book was my favorite Moyes book yet, which is funny to me because it’s older than the other two I have read. The beginning of the book is presumably the present in the story. A grandmother is traveling with her grandmother. As they are in India, due…

Review of “Lemony Snicket: The Unauthorized Autobiography”

I’ve loved Lemony Snicket ever since I first got my hands on the first book in “A Series of Unfortunate Events.” He is an author I could read over and over again. I was even more overjoyed when the beloved series was made into a Netflix series. I finished the second season in hardly any…

Review of “The Bridesmaids”

“The Bridesmaids” by Emirates Lynch is a compilation of stories from bridesmaids about their experiences in various weddings and wedding experiences. I picked up this book as a bride preparing for my wedding. I was looking for heart warming stories and a good laugh here and there. I ended up being disappointed. This book begins…

Review of “Be the Gift”

This is the second Ann Voskamp work I’ve read and I continue to be impressed. Voskamp maintains a consistent message: In order to live adundantly, you must be broken and grateful, the rest will follow. In this particular book, Voskamp breaks her thoughts down into page sized chunks. This brings deep theology down into small…

Review of “Capture Your Style”

Aimee Song brings answers to every Instagram users questions: How do I take quality photos, gain followers, and stay true to myself through it all? Song has (most) of the answers covered. For those of you who don’t know (like me before I read the book), Aimee Song is a popular Instagrammer and blogger. She captures…

Review of “Something Blue”

Emily Giffin entertains and delights in this novel about betrayal, love, and growing up. Page after page you discover the true joys of life and the healing of relationships. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. I do have to note, this book has some swearing, more so in the beginning, so if that kind of…