Category Archives: Reading

The Jesus You Can’t Ignore by John MacArthur – review

Another BookSneeze book. The Jesus You Can’t Ignore by John MacArthur. I received this book in August last year and kept putting off reading it. For a few reasons – it seemed it would require paying attention and taking notes … Continue reading

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Bound & Determined (review)

I received a review copy of Bound & Determined: Christian Men and Women In Partnership by Jeanene Reese. The book is scheduled to be published in September by Leafwood Publishers and will be 192 pages. The copy I received was … Continue reading

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Simon’s Crossing – review

I received an opportunity to read and review Simon’s Crossing by Charles William Asher and Dennis Patrick Slattery.  Asher is an Episcopal priest, and he has written this story using Simon the Cyrene as the main character. This is a … Continue reading

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The Portable Patriot – review

Another BookSneeze book. The Portable Patriot, edited by Joel Miller and Kristen Parrish, . This book looked interesting, collecting documents, speeches, and even sermons that “compose the American soul” as the subtitle says. The book is small (hence the portable … Continue reading

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Mind Your Own Mortgage by Robert Bernabe

Another BookSneeze book. This time a practical book called Mind Your Own Mortgage by Robert Bernabe. I liked this book. The information seemed sound and encouraging in an area of finances too many of us ignore. The writing was well … Continue reading

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Review: Girls Gone Wise

I was eager for the opportunity to review the book Girls Gone Wise In a World Gone Wild by Mary Kassian, and I was not disappointed. As a woman and friend to women with young daughters (and aunt to 6 … Continue reading

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Review: The Revolutionary Paul Revere

My latest BookSneeze book is The Revolutionary Paul Revere by Joel Miller. This was a great read. The cover has a great feel to it, so it’s comfortable to hold. The chapters are fairly short and easy to read. This … Continue reading

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Reading Classics

I try not to turn this into a blog just about my reading, so lately most of the reviews have been my BookSneeze books. But I have continued in my effort to read more classics. Here’s a summary of progress … Continue reading

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Review: Beautiful Things Happen When a Woman Trusts God

My latest BookSneeze book is Beautiful Things Happen When a Woman Trusts God by Sheila Walsh. The title says it all. This is a book about how hard it can be but how rewarding it is to trust God. The … Continue reading

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Review: The King and Dr. Nick

The King and Dr. Nick: What Really Happened to Elvis and Me by Dr. George Nichopoulos is my latest BookSneeze pick. This book is written by the man who was the main personal physician for Elvis the last 10 years … Continue reading

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