#onelinewednesday: Lift

By | 2018-07-04T09:38:21+00:00 April 25th, 2018|#onelinewednesday|

I love when you discover a new read that is so pleasantly unique that it just sweeps you off your feet! Lift by L.M. Ransom is one of those reads. It was full of mystery, had a fun heroine, and magic flying ponies. However, not just any ordinary pony. No, these are ponies from grand carousels. It was amazing! I very greatly enjoyed how the [...]

#onelinewednesday: Flame

By | 2018-04-07T17:14:50+00:00 April 4th, 2018|#onelinewednesday|

I love how you sometimes you can read a certain quote and it speaks right to your heart in a time of desperation. Flame by Katie Cross has done this twice to me already. Once, being when it took me out of a reading slump (with the force of a whiplash if I might add) and yesterday when I was looking through some of my [...]

#onelinewednesday: Mythical Doorways’ Well of Fate

By | 2018-03-28T09:41:40+00:00 March 28th, 2018|#onelinewednesday|

I recently read my very first anthology and it was awesome! Many of the stories were fantastic and immensely enjoyed them. There was one, however, I think was most likely my personal favorite as it spoke to me the most. The funny thing is, the main character is a squirrel. Who knew a squirrel could be so relatable? Though I won't go into detail about [...]

#onelinewednesday: Amber Eyes

By | 2018-01-23T23:37:30+00:00 January 24th, 2018|#onelinewednesday|

I absolutely love the message of hope, and honestly don't think I tire of reading a book that has it for a prominent message. This is probably a very good thing for me because I know I desperately needed some hope with my latest read. S.D. Grimm's Amber Eyes took me on an adventure where times I really thought everyone just might die (okay, maybe [...]

#onelinewednesday: Escape to Vindor

By | 2018-01-17T10:31:05+00:00 January 17th, 2018|#onelinewednesday|

It's been a while since I have read a MG (middle grade) novel, though Emily Golus' debut, Escape to Vindor, certainly makes me want to remedy this. I'm quite certain that if I had not been really sick with all the congestion, I totally would have cried at the end of this book. I was so sad when the story ended! Though I was unsure [...]

#onelinewednesday: The Vanishing Spark of Dusk

By | 2018-01-09T23:31:08+00:00 January 10th, 2018|#onelinewednesday|

I love a good story that inspires. One that leaves you walking away wanting to make a difference in this world for the better, touch someone's life around you. Sara Baysinger's The Vanishing Spark of Dusk is definitely one of those books. It's not a story that will let you walk onto the next book and expect to jump into another book easily. No, it's [...]

#onelinewednesday: Meg Mitchell & The Secret of the Journal

By | 2017-11-01T15:57:31+00:00 November 1st, 2017|#onelinewednesday|

I love a good message of and about family. Entering Kimberly McNeil's (also known as A.C. Williams) Meg Mitchell & The Secret of the Journal is exactly what I got. I absolutely loved every single quote that was at the beginning of each chapter from Meg's father's journal. They were all so thought-provoking and spoke such truth about different things that the characters were going [...]

#onelinewednesday: The Beast of Talesend

By | 2017-10-25T09:51:10+00:00 October 25th, 2017|#onelinewednesday|

It is always an amazing feeling when a book completely surprises you in how much you greatly enjoyed it (and I mean to the point where you can't stop grinning because it's just so awesome). Author Kyle Robert Shultz's The Beast of Talesend definitely did this for me. I had already heard amazing things about this story, but it took me actually reading it to know [...]

#onelinewednesday: Conqueror

By | 2017-09-11T10:38:47+00:00 August 30th, 2017|#onelinewednesday|

This past year I have been a firm believer in that God leads me to each book I want/should read at just the right time. Mandy Fender's Conqueror was no different this week. I had been feeling very down about something and then read the end of Mandy's novel. It was sort of like time slowed down as I soaked in her words. I wasn't [...]

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