October Book Round Up

In October I completed reading only one book, hey that is one more than last month! Improvement is always good ha! In the words of John Mark McMillan in his song Juggernaut: "Life is heavy but it just won't stop" This month I read Riley's Excellent and Not-At-All Fake Exorcism Service by Sophie Queen, fitting [...]

The September Book Round Up

This is going to be a short Round-Up as I didn't finish a thing in September. Between releasing a book and getting newborn placement my life has been super chaotic. Routine has gone out the window and I'm still trying to figure out my new "normal". So while my nose hasn't been shoved into a [...]

The August Book Round Up

The August Book Round Up

The Girl with Seven Names by Hyeosneseo Lee AMAZING! CRAZY! This book is about Hyeosneseo Lee's life from living in North Korea her whole childhood to finding herself a defector at the age of eighteen, and that is about half the story. We all know that the Kim regime is evil, but this book puts [...]

The July Book Round Up

The July Book Round Up

White Fragility by Robin Diangelo A must-read! If the title scares you, good, it scared me too. I knew about this book for years, and at first, I hated it because of the title. Then I learned more about it and thought, okay this book isn't truly the devil. Then in the wake of the [...]

I Hit My Reading Goal!!!

I Hit My Reading Goal!!!

So I hit my reading goal of reading 22 books this year that I had on Goodreads. And it is only July! So I definitely set my goal too low, lower then what I should have, even though I thought it was going to be a stretch for me. I still have a ton of [...]

May Book Round Up

May Book Round Up

Not Afraid of the Antichrist by Michael L. Brown & Craig S. Keener This book is about a theological point found in the Bible, which is at what point is Jesus's Second Coming, is it before or after the tribulation. The book's perspective is that the Bible is clearly has a Post Tribulation stance for [...]

Short Stories. Do You Read Them?

Curious. Does anyone read a single short story? I know there are short story collections, magazines, prizes, etc. But does anyone read a stand alone short story? And if you were to read a stand alone short story, how long would it be to make it worth it? And if you do read stand alone [...]