Category Archives: Book Reviews

Book Review: A.D. 30 by Ted Dekker

About A.D. 30 by Ted Dekker In A.D. 30, you’ll step back into the year of our Lord, and dive head first into a war that is raging between kingdoms on the earth and in the heart. The outcast daughter of one of the most powerful Bedouin sheikhs in Arabia, Maviah is called on to protect the very people… Keep Reading »

Book Review: The Letters by Suzanne Woods Fisher

I love well-written Amish fiction and Suzanne Woods Fisher is quickly becoming one of those authors whose books I pick up at the store without even reading the cover.  So I was very excited to get the chance to read her latest offering – The Letters.   More on my thoughts in a bit. About The Letters: Rose Schrock… Keep Reading »

Love Finds You in Glacier Bay Alaska – Book Review

Are you familiar with the Love Finds You book series?  Featuring light-hearted romance set in towns with unusual names, these books are a inspirational and quick read.  I love each one that I have read – and I have read a lot of them!  I am grateful to have been given another opportunity to review the latest book… Keep Reading »

The Lesson by Suzanne Woods Fisher ~ Amish Fiction Book Review

I am a huge fan of Amish fiction. Somethings just draws me to the simple lives that they lead. Suzanne Woods Fisher is quickly becoming one of my favorite Amish fiction authors. She has a way of interweaving bits of intrigue and drama into her lighthearted romantic tales that make you not want to put the book down… Keep Reading »

Book Review – You Don’t Know Me by Susan May Warren

I was thrilled to get the chance to read Susan May Warren’s newest book – You Don’t Know Me.  You may remember that I reviewed one of her other Deep Haven Novels, The Shadow of Your Smile, a while ago.  I am pleased to report that I loved her newest novel as much as I did the first… Keep Reading »

Book Review: Where the Trail Ends by Melanie Dobson

I know I have mentioned it before, but I am a huge fan of Melanie Dobson’s work.  Her historical novels are the ultimate form of escape – transporting you to another place and time.  I often get so engrossed in her writing that I stay up until the wee hours of morning to finish, rather than having to… Keep Reading »

The Magic Warble Review and Giveaway

My 9 year old daughter is a bookworm, much like me. More often than not, she can be found with her nose in a book. Her genre of choice lately has been fantasy, so I was thrilled to be asked to review The Magic Warble by Victoria Simcox. An adventurous tale that will appeal to anyone who has… Keep Reading »

It’s a Treasure Hunt! Geocaching and Letterboxing Book Review

Are you familiar with geocaching or letterboxing?  Geocaching and letterboxing are all the rage! These two new pastimes offer a modern twist to the age-old scavenger hunt by combining a hike in the outdoors with the technology of a GPS unit and the joy of discovering hidden treasure.  It’s a free activity that is fun for the entire… Keep Reading »

The Joy of Melt and Pour Soap Crafting – Review and Giveaway

 I love all sorts of crafts, but making soaps is something I have never tried.  I watched a video once that made it look simple enough.  I had great dreams of making handmade soap for everyone’s Christmas gift that year.  The thought of using lye though frightened me and I could never bring myself to order supplies.  However… Keep Reading »