A Defense of Honor By: Kristi Ann Hunter Cleanliness (See "About" for scale): Very Clean (No curse words. Topics to consider: premarital pregnancy, blackmail, religion, and brief kissing.) 4.5 stars This story was so touching. A Defense of Honor is a tale about rejection, abandonment, 1800s etiquette, forgiveness, and beautiful love. I can't exactly place … Continue reading A Defense of Honor ~Book Review~
Chicken HeroBy: Uyi Osifo Cleanliness (See "About" for scale): Very Clean (Content to consider: mention of blood, mention of poop, drinking, bullying, and religion.) 2.5 Stars Uyi Osifo has a pretty amazing memory. Chicken Hero is a unorganized, random collection of he author's memories from when he lived in Nigeria. I enjoyed some of the … Continue reading Chicken Hero ~Book Review~
I was tagged in my third (WHAT?!) Sunshine Blogger Award by Lotte from The Reading Hobbit!! Thank you!!! If you haven't seen my other two awards, check them out here: Sunshine Blogger Awards. Rules: Thank the blogger(s) that nominated you in the post and link back to their blog Answer the 11 questions the blogger … Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award #3
The House at Saltwater Point By: Colleen Coble Cleanliness (See "About" for scale): Slightly tainted (No cursing. Content to consider: drugs, blood, multiple murders, mention of suicide, brief kissing, ISIS, and death.) 5 stars This is a book of hate and love, betrayal and trust. I had so many emotions flying. The House of Saltwater … Continue reading The House at Saltwater Point ~Book Review~
Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation By: Elyse Fitzpatrick Cleanliness (See "About" for scale): Very Clean (Topics to consider: religion and sexism.) 3 Stars One thing I almost always skip over in a book is the dedication page, but this one caught my eye. "To every woman who has ever wondered whether … Continue reading Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation ~Book Review~
Happy Fourth of July to all of my American friends! Although it's just an average day to most of the rest of the world, the fourth of July is the day when we Americans can put aside our differences, be patriotic, and shoot fireworks! To celebrate, I decided to choose three books that are red, … Continue reading Happy Independence Day!
Here's something new to my blog. Today, I have a post not written by me! This is Peggy's (check her blog out here: A Quiet and Peaceable Life) review of Joey! Please give her a big welcome to guest blogging and make sure to check out my review of this book here! Thanks to Peggy for sharing … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Joey ~Book Review~